It's no secret that the older a woman gets, so do her eggs. Many women decide to use donor eggs or even a fertilized embryo to have a baby. However, there are many legal hurdles and regulations that you should consider before going abroad to get IVF and selecting a country for treatment.
By Andrea Hunt on 24 Apr, 2017
So you and your partner are ready to start your family. Fertility travel can help you make that possible. Now, even lesbian couples that live in countries with restricted fertility laws can simply go abroad to get affordable sperm donation, insemination, and IVF. Read why it’s smarter to get a fertility consultation first to know exactly where you and your partner need to go.
Many women rely on sperm donations to have a baby. If you're one of them, maybe you’ve already run into legal hurdles or expensive prices and decided to go abroad. However, laws vary by country depending on age, marital status, and sexual orientation. Read on to learn how international laws affect where you should go for fertility treatment.
By Andrea Hunt on 18 Apr, 2017
Many people go abroad for fertility treatments because of better options, fewer legal limitations, and more affordable prices. However, it’s not easy to judge the quality of a clinic, its prices, or regulations in another country. Find out why expert fertility consultations can improve your chances of a having a baby.
By Andrea Hunt on 03 Apr, 2017
There are times in life when it makes sense to take risks. However, when it comes to your health, it’s better to be sure about your decisions. Many medical treatments come with risks, side effects, or lengthy recovery periods. Wouldn’t you prefer to be informed? Read on to learn what advantages a remote second opinion has and in which cases it’s strongly recommended.