Self-Care Tips for Intended Parents of Surrogate-Born Babies

Posted on September 5th, 2018

You’ve been through months – if not years – of trying to have your own baby, and now you can see a light at the end of the tunnel. While you’re patiently waiting for your dream to come true, there are a few ways you can make the most of this time to prepare yourself […]

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Ten Best Gay Parenting Blog

Posted on August 5th, 2018

Gay parenting is interesting. More than 15 Million children are blessed to have gay daddies. Gay couples and singles face everyday challenges of a homophobic society. They are the de facto second class citizens considered in many countries when it comes to parenting or civil rights. Despite all legal obstacles and social barriers, gay men […]

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Endometriosis and How It Affects If Success

Posted on July 16th, 2018

Symptoms of Endometriosis The foremost complication that arises as the primary symptom of endometriosis is a pelvic pain. This pain is more noticed during the menstrual period. It is common for women to experience cramping at the time of their menstrual period. Nonetheless, the pain suffered during the periods due to the effects of endometriosis […]

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10 Best LGBT Magazines

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

The LGBT community has remained unacknowledged for a long time. They either have been misrepresented or unheard. Very recently they have received a wide array of attention by the following editorials that speak for them. Not many years ago we were in a situation why it was very difficult for LGBTs to be accepted in […]

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What is surrogacy in fertility tourism?

Posted on June 18th, 2018

Intending parents on a fertility tour search for treatments, services and arrangements designed on highly sophisticated medical guidelines so that they can have a baby of their own with a third party participation. In this case, the baby is born from a woman in whom the fertilized embryo is impregnated by artificial means. If the […]

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Unexpected events that could arise from fertility tourism – What could go wrong in surrogacy and how to prepare for that?

Posted on June 11th, 2018

There are a number of reasons behind an infertility treatment ending up in a failure. A combination of factors starting from selection of the wrong egg donor, imperfections in the IVF and ICSI procedures, a flaw in the PGD and incompetence of the surrogate mother could be could be responsible for a pregnancy never materializing. […]

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Traditional fertility treatments

Posted on June 4th, 2018

Though modern medical science and technical support have been extended largely to infertile couples to help them conceive, the traditional modes of fertility treatment existed as well. And they yielded successful outcome helping the intending parents have healthy and cherubic babies. The Chinese have contributed substantially to fertility issues and have discovered medicines to resolve […]

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Maintaining the health of surrogate mother

Posted on May 28th, 2018

The health of the surrogate mother and the quality of lifestyle she maintains is obviously a very crucial factor determining both the health of the baby and herself. It also becomes a moral obligation for the person lending her womb to take care of the baby whom she is raising inside that belongs to someone […]

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How fertility tourism has developed in the past?

Posted on May 20th, 2018

The incapability of giving birth to a child has plagued hundreds of couples way back in the past. This was a painful void as much as it was a social stigma. Childless couples were in a desperate quest for seeking solutions to their infertility issues. When the clinics back home failed to provide them with […]

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Evaluating and authentication of qualification of doctors and surgeons in fertility services like ART, IVF and surrogacy

Posted on May 14th, 2018

Surrogacy and other fertility treatment procedures sound fine in turning an ever gloomy childless couple into smiling parents, but the success of ART treatments involved and post operational health of all concerned including the egg donor (if required), surrogate mother and eventually the child to be born will largely depend upon the professional enlightenment of the […]

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