In the process of surrogacy, a woman’s uterus is required for implanting and accepting the embryo so that a baby may be delivered for a couple or another person. The female who will carry this embryo is referred to as a surrogate. In surrogacy, in vitro fertilization or IVF is used to implant the fertilized… Continue reading Guide To Surrogacy: Different Types Explained
The decision to become a surrogate is not for the faint of heart. It takes a courageous and selfless woman to want to help another person, who otherwise would never have the opportunity to experience parenthood. When you sign up to become a surrogate, you have to undergo certain medical and psychological evaluations. In the… Continue reading What To Expect During A Surrogacy Psychological Assessment?
Whether you’re trying to conceive right away or want to maintain good fertility health, dietary and lifestyle choices, have a significant influence on your ability to conceive. The following simple changes are scientifically proven to boost fertility: 1. Regular Exercise Results from research conducted at Connor’s Centre for Women’s Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital… Continue reading 6 SIMPLE CHANGES THAT BOOST FERTILITY
Surrogacy provides a chance for parents to have a baby which would’ve otherwise been impossible. There are a variety of reasons why some couples pursue the assistance of a surrogate mother. Some of these reasons are: Age Some women with advanced age, i.e. 45 and above, may feel they are not physically capable of carrying… Continue reading WHY MIGHT SURROGACY BE A GOOD OPTION FOR YOU