For families considering their options when it comes to infertility, it is natural to have some worries. One of the biggest hurdles facing many families is the cost.
While for some people the joke is innocent enough, for others who are facing infertility (especially women), that fake announcement comes across as insensitive and hurtful—almost like a punch to the stomach.
Many people who have experienced one or more failed IVF cycles successfully give birth to their child they adopted through embryo adoption.
Our embryo adoption story begins in 2012, when we got married. We expected our family life to unfold in the traditional way; we had no idea that conceiving a child would be an issue…
Infertility looks different for everyone, and maybe your journey has led you to consider embryo adoption and using a gestational carrier. Many do not think that the two can go hand-in-hand, but using a gestational carrier for your adopted embryos is a valid option!
By using an agency for your embryo adoption, you’ll have all the information you need to tell your children their special story, providing them with the secure sense of identity they need.
Great reminders of why a home study for embryo adoption is beneficial to you as the adoptive family. You want to do and be the best for your future children. And so do we!
The miracle of modern medicine, combined with the selfless and loving tradition of adoption results in a life-giving option for patients with frozen embryos and a form of adoption that allows parenting to begin with pregnancy.
Endometriosis affects roughly 190 million, or 10%, of women of reproductive age. What many women struggling with endometriosis do not know is that there is another option available to them: embryo adoption!
You are thinking about donating your embryos to help another couple realize their dream of building a family. But how?
Throughout our journey of trying to get pregnant and into early parenthood, that one question kept me up at night… “What would you like to do with your unused embryos?” It was an extremely difficult decision for us, but we knew we had to give our embryos a chance at life.
This was not just a study on embryo donation, but a study largely compromised of parents who adopted through Snowflakes. These families are reporting that their embryo-adopted children are psychosocially well adjusted and they have positive relationships with them.
Infertility takes a toll on any marriage. When faced with these hardships, some couples pull away from each other while other couples lean on each other for mutual support and grow closer.
Since leaving your embryos frozen indefinitely is not working for you, it is time to make a decision regarding what to do with them. Embryo donation is an option!
Embryo adoption can be a great opportunity for families, but can also introduce a variety of new uncertainties. Some of those uncertainties could include the waiting period, costs, legal matters, and more.