At Fertility SOURCE Companies, we recognize that transitioning to egg donation when you might have hoped to conceive without third-party reproduction, or even fertility treatment, is difficult. Unless you were already aware of a fertility issue or are LGBTQ, it’s unlikely that you ever expected to need an egg donor in order to have a baby.
Gestational surrogacy has become increasingly well-known in the past decade, particularly the past five years. Surrogacy arrangements now make common appearances across television shows and movies, and the legality of gay marriage in the U.S. in 2015 made legal issues that once created painful complications for LGBT couples and individuals null and void.
As a proud sponsor of Men Having Babies, Fertility SOURCE Companies is excited to attend the organization’s January 13-14 conference in San Francisco. We look forward to the event, and we hope you’ll consider joining us.
It’s no secret that the United States utilizes a for-profit healthcare system, which means that health insurance companies can pick and choose what they will and will not cover.
When it comes to telling your family and friends that you are infertile and you are going through the trials of IVF, most people are fairly open about the process and the struggles. However, there are many people that still pause on sharing this information, even for something that has become more commonplace.
Fertility SOURCE Companies would like to honor our partnership with Reproductive Fertility Center this July!
Fertility SOURCE Companies would like to honor our partnership with The Advanced IVF Institute this May!
GenePeeks, Inc., a computational genomics company focused on transforming genetic disease risk analysis, today announced a new partnership with Fertility SOURCE Companies® and its two divisions: The Donor SOURCE™, a premier egg donation agency, and The Surrogacy SOURCE™, a specialized gestational surrogacy program. This announcement signals continued momentum for GenePeeks Preconception Screen, which identifies the combined parental risk of passing on more than 1,000 serious genetic diseases.
Children need to know about the people who created them. This is a hard topic to discuss when the child is conceived through egg donation. It can be even more difficult to know when and how to explain this to you child and if it even should be brought up. But when children are trying to create an identity for themselves, they need to understand that the way in which they were conceived doesn’t make them less loved or different, but that it brought their family together.
At Fertility SOURCE Companies, we understand that the process of third party reproduction with a gestational surrogate begs many questions. If you are about to embark on your journey to parenthood via gestational surrogacy, we’d like to clear up some common misconceptions.