Can Egg Donation Cause Cancer to the Egg Donor? Myth Vs Fact

Posted on May 27th, 2019

The job of being an egg donor is no less important in the entire IVF cycle. She has an important role to play that includes various hormonal changes in her body that leads to her physical distress. The entire procedure of ovarian stimulation and preparing for egg retrieval is a crucial phase. The follicle stimulation […]

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10 Questions You Should Not Ask Your Egg Donor

Posted on May 13th, 2019

Egg donation or oocyte donation or ovum donation is used as an effective treatment for infertility for women suffering from infertility occurred due to anatomic issues with the uterus, like severe intrauterine adhesions. There are higher rates of success achieved with egg donation as compared to the rate of pregnancy in women with poor egg […]

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What are the first Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer?

Posted on March 5th, 2019

Ovarian cancer starts in the ovaries. Unfortunately, very often, it is not diagnosed until it spreads in the pelvis or abdomen. Only 20% of the ovarian cancers are diagnosed on the early stages. Similarly to any other types of cancer, ovarian cancer is more difficult to treat on the later stage and late identification often […]

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Lifestyle Risks to Female Fertility

Posted on February 5th, 2019

Our poor lifestyle choices have a negative effect on our overall health and quality of life. However, this is not the end of the story. Our bad habits affect our fertility and the wellbeing of our babies. Children are the first priority for every parent and the following facts will definitely be a good motivation […]

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Common Egg Donor Myths

Posted on January 5th, 2019

In today’s word, social media and other websites are a very good source of spreading information. However, there are a lot of myths spreading continually and if not having a correct information, it becomes really complicated to distinguish between truth and fiction. Field of fertility and especially egg donation is no exception. So, what are […]

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TESA, Testicular Sperm Biopsy After Cancer Treatment

Posted on December 5th, 2018

Cancer Treatments Affects the Fertility Cancer treatment can be prolonged and has various side effects on the body. The fertility of a person is highly affected after the chemotherapy and radiation of the cancer treatment. The treatment procedures of cancer usually harm the reproductive organs and glands that control fertility. Alkylating drugs used in the […]

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How Hormone Imbalance Can Lead to Infertility

Posted on November 5th, 2018

Hormonal abnormalities in a person can lead to infertility. Hypothyroidism (low thyroid function), hyperprolactinemia (high male hormone levels) and luteal phase defect (low progesterone levels) are good examples of it. Endocrinological abnormalities along with hormonal imbalances should be cured properly to treat infertility in a person. Couples going through assisted fertility treatments should also have […]

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8 Best Egg Donor Agencies Around the Globe

Posted on October 5th, 2018

Egg donation is a preferred procedure for all those infertile couples who suffer from lack of healthy eggs to conceive. Apart from infertile couples, singles and homogeneous couples also opt for egg donation as they are not able to produce one for them. There are several egg donation agencies working to provide the best-matched eggs […]

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How to Have a Positive Egg Donation Experience

Posted on September 5th, 2018

Some women cite becoming an egg donor as one of the best things they’ve ever done. By helping couples start a family that otherwise would have been impossible, they can help others achieve their dreams. They can give existing children much-loved siblings that can change their lives, and egg donors enjoy the satisfaction of sharing […]

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Surrogacy for HIV Positive Parents

Posted on August 5th, 2018

Being HIV positive does not take away the right of being parents from anybody. It is equally important for HIV positive people to have their families. Sometimes, it seems to be more important for them to have a family than others. HIV positive people have their own struggles in life. They need more care and […]

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