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Taking Action

For many women as their late thirties loom, so too does increased chances of infertility. For the women of the world wanting to be mothers, but waiting Mister Right, there are options available to preserve your fertility and healthy eggs. Women are taking action and spending tens of thousands of d ... Continue Reading

Taking Surrogacy Seriously: Fertility Doctors are Concerned about Baby Mama's Message

Hollywood just released a popular movie about surrogacy called Baby Mama that many are flocking to the theaters to watch. The movie itself is a step forward in bringing surrogacy to the spotlight; it's not been a topic discussed frequently in the arts and film before. However, it presents the topic ... Continue Reading

Tagging Embryos

After yesterday's mix-up at a fertility department in a British hospital, the UK and other fertility clinics are said to be electronically tagging embryo with hopes of preventing such mistakes. Physicians used the wrong sperm to fertilize an embryo, and on the wake of many other In Vitro Fertilizat ... Continue Reading

Taxpayers Funding IVF Treatments

Australian taxpayers are paying for older women (55+) to have free In Vitro Fertilization treatments. In just four years millions have been spent on Medicare bills for women over 40 having infertility treatments across Australia. As women begin to delay child-birth, more money is necessary to fund. Continue Reading

Surrogates and Egg Donors Rise with Troubled Economy

In today's volatile job market and economic woes many young women are turning to surrogacy and egg donation as a means of financial help. The numbers of egg donors and surrogate mothers has increased by 30% in recent months. These women are being paid handsomely as well as helping infertile couple ... Continue Reading

Surviving Infertility Won't Make You The Perfect Mom

Believe it or not, one of these days your battle with infertility is going to be over. You will eventually get pregnant through in vitro fertilization, bring a child into your home with the help of a surrogate mom or adopt someone else's children who are in need of love. And when you do, you are goi ... Continue Reading

Surrogacy Story

Couples unable to conceive a child are sometimes left with little options after fertility procedures continually fail. For those who refuse to give up on having a child, one option that is readily available is surrogacy. The most popular type of surrogacy is gestational, where a fertilized embryo ... Continue Reading

Surrogacy and the City

TVs favorite sex symbol writer is now the mother of three thanks to a fertility treatment. Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick have had a set of twins via surrogacy. The star-studded duo have a son, but the two twins are little girls named Marion Loretta Elwell ... Continue Reading

Surrogacy Market Impacted by Changing Economy

The changing economy is impacting every aspect of society. We hear about it most in terms of housing prices and the rising cost of fuel. However, there are changes being made to all parts of our lives including those parts that affect only a small segment of society. For example, surrogacy for paren ... Continue Reading

Surrogacy Laws Being Debated in Australia

Australia is currently in the process of taking a close look at the surrogacy laws that exist in various parts of the country. There are some parts of the country where surrogacy is illegal in various forms. For example, altruistic surrogacy (in which a woman carries the child for no monetary compe ... Continue Reading

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