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Single Father Surrogacy – How to Become a Parent Legally and How Much Surrogacy for Single Man Costs

March 13, 2019 3928

IVF and surrogacy open new horizons of the family building for single men.
Now almost everyone can become a father through choosing a perfect egg donor and a surrogate mother in order to become a happy father in less than a year.
Considering the popularity of single father surrogacy during the last several decades, we decided to clarify the topic on our blog.

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Risk of Egg Donation – Does It Harm Your Health and Fertility?

March 6, 2019 360

Everyone knows that egg donation can be quite a profitable undertaking for egg donors. However, not all egg donor agencies inform the applicants about all possible risks for their health and fertility.
In this article, we will make things clear for you and reveal the truth that most oftenly stays behind the scenes.
Read and you will learn what dangers egg donors can faces on different stages of IVF, starting from the hormonal medication till the possible long-term consequences.

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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) – Dispelling the Myth

February 25, 2019 525

Let’s try to dispel the myths related to intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
This article will give you understanding of how intracytoplasmic sperm injection can help with male infertility treatment, what the cost and success rate are.
Moreover, you will find a detailed description of the procedure and discover how to prepare for it.

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Donor Eggs – Will the Baby Look Like Me – Genetics 101

January 16, 2019 5368

You finally got pregnant, after a few trials, and gave birth to your baby. You managed to accept the fact that you wouldn’t be genetically connected with your child.
After all, you carried that baby for nine months – and the child was yours. The thought that the baby was still half your partner’s, genetically, was somehow comforting.
Yet at this moment, you’re watching your newborn, and the baby doesn’t seem to look like your partner. The baby doesn’t look like your donor either.

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Donor Egg Baby – How to Truly Accept Your Child

January 16, 2019 457

The moment has come; you were finally able to become pregnant through an IVF procedure with the help of an egg donor.
You can already imagine holding a new-born baby in your arms. However, some unpleasant thoughts might begin to creep into your mind. Is it really my baby? Wouldn’t having a donor egg baby be just like raising an adopted child?
You and your partner are the only reason why this baby will be born.

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Single Embryo Transfer and Healthy Pregnancies of Older Patients

January 15, 2019 198

Our top priority is to support our patients in having the maximum chance of pregnancy success, with the smallest risks.
Women who are 35 and older are increasingly turning to a procedure of single embryo transfer accompanied by comprehensive chromosomal screening (CCS) and enjoying great outcomes.
Fortunately, single embryo transfer significantly reduces the risks linked to multiples and is an excellent choice for many patients.

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IVF for Gay Couples – Family Building

January 9, 2019 270

Sunshine helps people of all sexual orientations to build the family they are dreaming of. If you and your partner want to start a family, you may wonder what options you have and how the process looks like.
There are two ways for male couples to have a child – using a gestational carrier and traditional surrogacy.
At Sunshine, we’ll use your or your partner’s sperm in combination with an egg donated by an egg donor.
The egg will be fertilized by IVF and the embryo will be carried by a surrogate mother.

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How to Choose Egg Donor – Tips for Future Parents

October 26, 2018 366

The ability to use the services of an egg donor came as a godsend for many women who have lost their fertility.
Many people are aware of the fact that the fertility of a woman begins to decline after she hits the mid-30s.
More and more women decide to build a family later in their life; unfortunately, unlike men, their fertility rapidly declines after a certain age and they are unable to have kids.

Don't wait another day to complete your family