Private surrogacy can be attractive for couples experiencing fertility problems. Some typical situations in which this service is in demand:
Most religions condemn reproductive practices as violating divine providence. But if the negative attitude towards the treatment of infertility declined over time, the surrogate motherhood, like attracting a third party to the sacrament of germ of life, is still strongly condemned. Every day, the reproductive centers around the world receive angry letters from religious organizations with exhortations not to promote the spread of sin, not to assume the role of God. However, there are religions that approve of helping desperate people to in creation a family and procreation. Consider the arguments of the main religious movements in this article.
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The social project that will tell about the problem of reducing the birth rate. We decided to start our social activities with a project that will allow free cryopreservation of eggs and their conservation for delayed motherhood.
The desire to become a mother is not alien to the woman, even if her life is devoted to the conquering the career ladder. At the same time, deciding to go on maternity leave is equally difficult at any stage: at the beginning of the way there is confidence that the child and climbing the career ladder are not compatible enough, in a managerial position there is a fear of losing control and not justifying expectations. In the search for solutions to the problem, the thought of turning to the services of a surrogate mother comes to mind. About fears, circumstances and the path to this decision tells this article.
The idea that a woman with a diagnosis of “epilepsy” can safely endure pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby is being questioned, even at the current level of medicine. The myths and fair fears are difficult to separate from each other, but women who decided to take such a step shall clearly understand all the possible risks and ways to eliminate them or at least minimize them. This article is one of the sources of reliable information about pregnancy with epilepsy.
There is an unspoken opinion in the society: “they become single fathers out of bare necessities of life: the mother of the child died /went missing/ is serving a sentence in a penitentiary institution”. In short, a single father is an involuntary father. But life is much more multifaceted and there is a place in it for men, who consciously chose such a role. In this article, we will think about the reasons, ways and rules of this phenomenon.
A woman is expecting a baby, but without a rounded belly. It sounds strange only in the first few seconds. After that comes the understanding that another woman can carry a child for this woman. But to understand at the level of ideas and at the level of approval of this decision (especially when it relates to the close person) are things of a different order. The women who turned to the services of surrogate mother prefer to hide their decision from others. We will talk about the reasons and ways to keep the secret in this article.
Since 2007, on September 26, public attention has been attracted annually to methods of contraception, family planning, and reproductive health.
Modern reproductive technologies make it possible to have a child when a woman really wants it, even if there is no man in her life. In these days, more and more stories can be heard, when a child is born using IVF and donor sperm, and then is brought up in women's society.
We also want to tell you three such stories where there are no men but there are women who wanted to become mothers and fulfilled their desires..
Most recently, the HIV diagnosis sounded like a sentence. But today, with the advent of sufficiently effective antiretroviral therapy, in most cases it is possible to convert HIV into the category of chronic diseases that can be controlled. Now people with HIV can live a fairly full life, make plans for the future and even plan the birth of their own child. There are still obstacles on the way to the realization of the dream of procreation, but they can be overcome. If you follow certain rules, the HIV diagnosis does not prevent from giving birth to a healthy child.