by Kimberly Tyson
An interesting article in a recent edition of the New York Times today a Jewish woman’s anguish in evaluating alternative solutions to IVF to achieve pregnancy.
Should she use $25,000 ‘donor’ human eggs and her husband’s sperm? How would she feel about the resulting child(ren), knowing that they were genetically related to her husband but not to her? There is another solution that perhaps she is not aware of – embryo adoption.
People of many faiths, including Judaism, have donated their remaining embryos to the Snowflake Embryo Adoption Program. These embryos have been matched according to the desires of the donor and the adopting family.
Perhaps the solution to your infertility is embryo adoption. Think about it.
To read the full article please visit the New York Times Website.
To learn about embryo donation and adoption please visit EmbryoAdoption.org.