3 Reasons the Cartledge Family Chose Embryo Adoption

There are a myriad of reasons to choose embryo adoption. Each family has their personal reasons forCartledge family in Tennessee, their choice to use embryo adoption resulted in the birth of their happy, healthy triplets, Henry, Charlie, and Brynton. Angela and … Read More

Adoption in 2016 – Have you given consideration to embryo adoption?

Once the holidays start to wind down, many of us start to make plans for the New Year. While many people will make resolutions to lose weight, get a new job, or pick up a new hobby, this is a … 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

Couples Weary of Domestic Adoption Turn to Embryo Adoption

Domestic adoption can be an incredible choice for many families, but for others, it simply isn’t the right option. Many couples become weary of domestic adoption because of stories they hear about biological parents returning for their children. It’s true … Read More

Judge Rules That Embryos Are to be Destroyed After Divorce

The world has been watching a landmark case regarding frozen embryos in the San Francisco area. The couple had the embryos frozen when the woman, Mimi Lee, was diagnosed with cancer in 2010 and wanted to preserve her chance of … 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