Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Surrogacy involves using one woman’s uterus to implant and carry the embryo and deliver the baby for another person or couple. Unlike traditional surrogacy, a gestational surrogate mother is in no way biologically related to the baby or surrogate babies she carries. The woman that carries the pregnancy is called the surrogate, “surrogate mother” or “gestational carrier”. She is merely the carrier of someone else’s biological child.
It is most often done utilizing IVF (in vitro fertilization) but is sometimes done with intrauterine insemination (IUI). This form of surrogacy is becoming increasingly popular, as advances in the success rates of IVF grow.

There are many causes of infertility and while there are many different types of fertility treatments available, couples dealing with male factor infertility are not always able to choose the right successful method. Male infertility factors could be different and different approaches should be used in every specific case. It is important to know that low sperm count, poor motility, or abnormal morphology of sperm can make it very difficult to conceive using your partner’s sperm. However, donor sperm is increasingly becoming a viable option for many couples.
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EGG DONATION – infertility treatment
For many couples, being infertile no longer means having to go through life without children. Modern science and continued research in this direction has helped millions of couples all over the world become parents to a healthy child. Even issues that were once thought to make it impossible to conceive a child can now be overcome. One such female fertility problem is having a lack of eggs available for fertilization.
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