Top 3 Concerns about Embryo Donation

Having remaining embryos after you have finished building your family may not be something you were prepared to face. Or maybe you knew with certainty what you would do with your remaining embryos.  Regardless, many questions may come up as … Read More

How Open Adoption is Beneficial for All

When families research embryo adoption in the United States, sometimes they are surprised to learn that most agencies advocate for an open adoption between adopting and placing families. Did you know open adoption is now becoming the norm in the United States? Studies have shown this adoption … Read More

Why Should I Donate My Embryos?

In 2010, a survey of more than 1,000 IVF patients who had extra embryos found that about 60% of those surveyed were “very unlikely” to donate them to another couple; only 7% were “very likely” to consider this option. This was almost … Read More

National Women’s Health Week

This week marks the National Women’s Health week, which begins each year on Mother’s Day. It is a reminder to women to take care of themselves, and to make their health a priority. Did you know your health and habits have … Read More

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. Growing up with the traditions … Read More

Will Donor Embryos Become a Baby?

When embryos are created for in vitro fertilization treatments they are created with the intention of giving birth to a child. But often, embryos remaining in frozen storage long after the couple has completed their family. This is why embryo … Read More