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Tips for FET Success!

Tips for FET Success!

Whether you are preparing for your frozen embryo transfer (FET) with your adopted embryos or you have just completed one, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do to improve your chances of success.

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Another Childless Mother’s Day

Another Childless Mother’s Day

At this time of year, social media, online advertisements, TV commercials, and magazines are all endorsing one thing: Mother’s Day. However, this day can be tough for those who struggle with grief, loss, and/or infertility.

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Resources for Families Facing Infertility

Resources for Families Facing Infertility

Whether you find yourself wanting to do more research on infertility or wanting a place to connect with others going through similar situations, there are a number of resources available!

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Choices for Your Remaining Frozen Embryos

Choices for Your Remaining Frozen Embryos

What if you have remaining embryos in frozen storage from your IVF treatments? Is your family complete? There is one more decision you need to make before you can shut the door on that chapter in your life: What should you do with your remaining embryos?

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The Truth Behind Pre-Genetic Screening

The Truth Behind Pre-Genetic Screening

Sometimes couples want a guarantee that embryo adoption will work for them. For many, this means having the embryos pre-genetically tested. However, many specialists have concerns about the accuracy of these tests and the risks this type of testing may impose on the developing embryos.

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Infertility Journey Leads to Embryo Adoption

Infertility Journey Leads to Embryo Adoption

Our experience in the foster care world gave us some time to take a break from the fertility world and pregnancy loss. We decided we were ready to try embryo adoption again and discovered the Snowflakes Embryo Adoption Program.

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Seven Tips to Create an Embryo Adoption Profile

Seven Tips to Create an Embryo Adoption Profile

You have completed your home study for embryo adoption and now you are ready to create your adoptive family profile! We are here to help you create an accurate and engaging family profile in just seven easy steps. 

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Are Home Studies Necessary for Embryo Adoption?

Are Home Studies Necessary for Embryo Adoption?

Home studies are extremely beneficial to embryo adoptive parents. Whether you are adopting embryos through an adoption agency or another organization, a home study is often required. Please consider four main reasons why we find it necessary for embryo adopting parents to have a home study completed before adopting embryos.

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How to Be Kind to Your Body Through Infertility

How to Be Kind to Your Body Through Infertility

As you focus on getting pregnant and building your family through embryo adoption, you also need to focus on taking care of your body. Your fertility specialist may have you on certain medication, diet or exercise regimen, and while it is important to follow these, paying attention to your own needs and practicing self-care can make a make a difference in helping with stressors.

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Medicated vs. Natural Cycle Transfer for your FET

Medicated vs. Natural Cycle Transfer for your FET

One decision families are faced with when pursuing embryo adoption is whether to do a medicated cycle or a natural cycle when preparing for their frozen embryo transfer (FET). There is a lot to consider when weighing these two options.

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Let’s Talk About Transracial Embryo Adoption

Let’s Talk About Transracial Embryo Adoption

Adoption an embryo of a different race can be intimidating. Fears like lack of identity between your child and their racial heritage, or getting weird questions or looks when you deliver a baby of another race may come up. While these are valid fears, they should not inhibit you from considering transracial embryo adoption.

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