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Monday, 24 June 2019 14:56


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Wednesday, 19 June 2019 11:47

Surrogates Need to Share Their Experiences

Gag orders in surrogacy contracts can scare surrogates from sharing their experiences or agencies, clinics, doctors, etc. This information potentially hurts surrogates by not allowing them to make a truly informed decision about who they should work with. In addition, intended parents don’t get a full picture of the situation. At it’s extreme surrogates are actually kept from IP. We at Delivering Dreams believe in transparency. We want the best surrogates and encourage them to share their experiences. We want our IP’s to have close contact with their surrogate throughout the pregnancy and entire surrogacy journey. If someone is hiding…
Monday, 17 June 2019 10:04

What Not to Say to Someone Struggling with Infertility: God and Adoption

"As someone who went through pregnancy loss and infertility, the platitudes were the worst. Saying things like, 'If it's meant to be, it will happen,' or, 'God has a plan' are totally unhelpful. People chiming in about adoption also feels like a serious boundary being crossed," says Erica Houskeeper. Messages from moms who struggled with infertility in an article by Ilana Donna Arazie Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are…
Saturday, 15 June 2019 13:59

Infertility is a Disease

"When supporting people struggling with getting or staying pregnant, oftentimes people will give advice like, 'Just relax — it'll happen!' or, 'Just think positively!' but it's important to note that the American Medical Association and World Health Organization define infertility as a disease. If you have a medical issue, like endometriosis and blocked tubes, no amount of relaxation or thinking positively will help." Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are…
Thursday, 13 June 2019 12:22

Longterm Risks For MET Children

The rist of low birth weight and premature birth increase dramatically with multiple or double embryo transfers. These risks not to be ignored as short term. They can cause numerous other long-term risks, which include prolonged hospitalization, mental disabilities, cerebral palsy, respiratory distress, visual issues, digestive disorders, hearing loss, jaundice, bleeding in the brain, neonatal death, and increased risks during adulthood such as adult death from heart disease. Delivering Dream like the CDC and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) guidelines recommend that only one embryo should be transferred at a time. Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine:…
Tuesday, 11 June 2019 13:15

Infertility And Depression: How Your Employer Can Help

This is from a very good article by LINDSAY TIGAR As someone who dealt with infertility personally, Lesesne calls the experience one of the most isolating times of her life. “You feel like a failure for so many reasons but primarily because you can’t do the one thing you are biologically built to do. This can have such a significant impact on you mentally with many feelings of shame, guilt, doubt, and sadness,” she continued. It wasn’t until she looked back on her own IVF treatments that she realized the mental impact. After three rounds of IVF, she had a…
Sunday, 09 June 2019 17:26

Birth Rates Actually IMPROVE With SET

Transferring one embryo into women during in vitro fertilization (IVF) doesn't lower their chances of giving birth but it does mean fewer women give birth to twins, with all the attendant health risks, a study said. IVF has traditionally involved transferring multiple embryos, which is known to increase by many times a woman's chances of having twins and other multiple births, and raise risks to both mother and babies, including diabetes during pregnancy, premature birth and cerebral palsy. But improved technology has helped increase births if single embryos are used in younger women judged to have a good chance of getting pregnant,…
Friday, 07 June 2019 13:47

How Infertility Struggles Impact Work Performance

Let higher ups know how much it can impact work performance — and better yet, how they can be supportive. Though the traditional career advice has always been to leave your personal woes at the office door — there are some periods of life where that’s, well, impossible. Struggling to conceive when you’re ready to grow your family is one of the most difficult, frustrating and sad experiences that anyone can go through. As a topic that’s starting to lose its taboo label, infertility is something professionals should be encouraged to talk to their employer about. After all, it’s unlikely…
Tuesday, 04 June 2019 08:54

Infertility Impacts Your Finances — Greatly

Fertility coverage isn’t something employer are required to offer, which makes the high price tags fall on the shoulder of those trying to get pregnant. Estimates place one round of IVF can cost between $20K and $28. And most couples require two or more to find success. Because the desire to have children is innate for many, they’ll choke up the change, no matter the expense or sacrifice. “Many people struggling with infertility will delay buying a home or saving for their future as they are having to use the majority of their savings to afford the chance to get…
Sunday, 02 June 2019 17:42

Blaming Women for Infertility in the 1940 Sill Seen Today

In the early days of fertility treatments, some doctors theorized that women’s unconscious hatred of their husbands kept them from conceiving. By: Livia Gershon Infertility is notorious for its impact on mental health, with many people who are unable to conceive reporting shame, anxiety, and depression. Today, most medical providers assure patients that they’re not to blame for difficulty getting pregnant. But in the 1940s, blaming women for infertility was fairly common medical practice, as medical writer Randi Hutter Epstein explains. In the U.S. at that time, Epstein writes, cultural ideas about infertility were changing. Physicians and women’s magazines brought the previously…
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