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Entries for the ‘IVF’ Category

Nick Loeb on IVF embryos: “The ability to create life is special”

by Carder When I was in my 20s, I had a girlfriend who had an abortion, and the decision was entirely out of my hands. Ever since, I have dreamed about a boy at the age he would be now. Later, I was married for four years to a woman with whom I tried to […]

Elton John hits back at gay adoption criticism

by Carder How dare you refer to my beautiful children as “synthetic”. And shame on you for wagging your judgemental little fingers at IVF – a miracle that has allowed legions of loving people, both straight and gay, to fulfil their dream of having children. Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, […]

Fertility industry touts cheaper alternative to IVF

by Carder With IVM, we’re doing the retrieval when the follicles and eggs are immature — so they’re very tiny. We mature them in a petri dish under special culture conditions, which takes about 48 hours, and then we fertilize them. The patient undergoes a short, three-day course of hormone injections followed by hormone supplementation […]

Pill creator’s vision of future “not a world we want to live in”

by Kelli This is not a world we want to live in, although many have tried to create it for several decades now. Already, a crude form of this Brave New World has been created through the pill, a chemical weapon which women are conditioned to use on themselves. Pregnancy is equated to a parasitic […]

Two IVF embryos ended up triplets

I would be lying through my teeth if I said I wasn’t a little overwhelmed… but I also know that with the help we have, there’s never going to be a baby not being held or a toddler not being played with. It will all work out. ~ Sarah Imbierowicz discussing the surprise news of […]

British fertility campaign accused of using scare tactics

And European countries are actively promoting higher birthrates. Did you see that British fertility campaign photo [above] of the old-looking pregnant TV presenter saying she wished she’d have kids earlier? Scare tactics. ~ Sarah B. Weir debating with colleague Beth Greenfield about the push for having children earlier in life rather than later, Yahoo Shine, […]

Parents: IVF screening to detect abnormalities “saved us heartache”

After standard treatment at the US clinic, the couple had 13 IVF embryos to choose from. The doctors cultured the embryos for five days, took a few cells from each and sent them… for genetic screening. Tests showed that while most of the embryos looked healthy, only three had the right number of chromosomes…. Based […]

Grandma gives birth to grandson – “incredible moment” for daughter

It was definitely the most incredible moment of my life… I never imagined I would be in a delivery room with my mother in this particular situation. ~ Sara Connell describing the moment that her mother, Kristine Casey, gave birth to her own grandson via in-vitro fertilization, as discussed on an episode highlighting infertility, Katie […]


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