Choosing the right egg donor attorney to assist you through the surrogacy process will take time and research. As you consider attorneys, here are the questions to ask.
After you’ve poured endless time and energy into your fertility journey, what do you do when the doctor says, “I’m sorry… We’ve done all we can do apart from egg donation, embryo donation, or surrogacy”? Here’s how to work through the heartbreak.
Which assisted reproductive technology (ART) should I use to build my family? An overview of the four main options: donor sperm, donor egg, donor embryo, and gestational surrogacy.
A surrogate can decide to keep the baby? Egg donors are only in it for the money? Read on for the realities that disprove these and other myths.
Is egg donation right for you? Here’s a chart outlining the basics including intended parent restrictions, average cost of egg donation, donor identity and more.
“Will we be matched with a donor, or will we select the donor?” and other questions you need answered before choosing the right egg donor program.
An overview of what’s involved in the decision to use donor egg after infertility, including medical options, programs, costs, and more.
Here is a list of storybooks you can use to help explain egg donation and assisted reproduction to your young child.
What can intended parents ask for and what are the boundaries of the relationship with the woman who will be carrying your baby for nine months?
Real families share how they covered the expenses associated with IVF, donor egg conception, gestational surrogacy, and more.
This sample budget will give you an overview of the line items associated with conceiving through egg donation.
As infertility treatment technology advances, more Americans are turning to assisted reproduction. Here, we look at some of the choices families are making.
Families are forming in all sorts of ways, in a rainbow of colors, and my son through adoption is growing up right in the middle of all of it.
I have talked with many people who have adopted or used donor eggs or sperm, and they all say the same thing: “It doesn’t matter at all! This is our child one thousand percent.”
An attorney explains what laws apply when you build your family through assisted reproduction.
How do you choose the person you want to make babies with? Everyone has her priorities; these are mine.
Four writers look back at the roads they’ve traveled since wrestling with infertility.