Monthly Archives: March 2017

Is Crowdfunding an effective way to cover surrogacy costs?

A new study by the University of Washington has shown that crowd-funding, despite increased popularity, is not a very effective financing option. The study reports that use of Crowdfunding for medical bills is on an increase across the United States, especially in states that did not agree to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act…
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Surrogacy with ICSI may pass along fertility problems in men

For the first time, young men who were conceived during the 1990s through intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) are being studied. The results of this study reveal that these individuals may inherit the same fertility problems that led their parents to seek reproduction through assisted measures in the first place. ICSI is a process wherein sperm…
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How Many Embryos to Transfer during your FET?

Every Intended Parent asks how many embryos they should transfer during their surrogacy program. Many doctors will disagree on this issue, but in general the higher the success rate of your clinic, the fewer embryos are likely to be transferred. In the United States, the ASRM urges clinics to transfer only one embryo per transfer…
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