The Cost of Infertility: Egg Donation

In this blog series, we’re looking where your money goes when it comes to alternative family building methods. In our first post, we looked at sperm donation and how the $250-$1,000 price tag adds up. Now we’ll look at another … Read More

Frozen Embryos Help Woman Become a Mother for the First Time at Age 50

LA Weekly: Photo by Danny Liao Ariane Fleiderman met her husband when they were both in their mid-40’s, but despite their age, the couple wanted to have children together. Her husband, Mauricio Bourges, already had children and wanted Fleiderman to … Read More

The Expense of Fertility Treatment Options Is Driving the Popularity of Embryo Adoption

A recent study out of the United Kingdom found that the more in vitro cycles a woman has, the greater her chances of success were for pregnancy. More clinicians felt that if a woman doesn’t conceive by the third or … Read More

Is Embryo Adoption a Valid Option for Pro-Life Catholics?

The Catholic Church has long condemned in vitro fertilization. They note several conflicts with their core beliefs. First, that babies are created outside the act of marriage, considered sacred. Second, they take issue with the fact that more embryos are … Read More

Fertility Solutions When You Don’t Have a Great Healthcare Plan

Many big companies like Google, Apple and Facebook are helping their employees realize their dreams of becoming parents. The companies are offering benefits like paying for freezing their eggs or offering insurance policies that cover the cost of fertility treatments … Read More

What Are Healthy Boundaries in an Open Adoption?

Many embryo adoptions are done using an open adoption format. That means the families have the option of staying in contact with each other as the child grows up, and the child has the opportunity to meet their biological family … Read More

When Fertility Treatment Options Don’t Work, What’s Next?

Unfortunately, many couples must eventually face the question of what to do when their fertility treatment options aren’t working. Sometimes the treatments simply won’t work for their specific type of infertility, sometimes couples have to stop treatments for financial reasons, … Read More