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

National Infertility Awareness Week

This week marks the 30th annual National Infertility Awareness Week. A week dedicated to breaking the stigma of infertility. The myths and silence that surround infertility are what negatively affects awareness. Here are infertility facts to brush up on to … Read More

Ellen and Tim Van Treuren: An Embryo Adoption Journey

One of the best ways to learn about the embryo adoption journey is to hear about the experiences of someone who has taken this approach to overcoming their infertility challenges. Now, after welcoming their embryo adopted son into their lives, … Read More

Giving Embryos a Chance

After getting married, Jamie and Dan wanted to start a family straight away. After a year with no results, the couple went to see a fertility specialist. Finding no reason why the couple should not be able to conceive, their … Read More