Have you considered becoming a Surrogate Motherbut are unsure if you qualify due to the tubal ligation that you had, after your last child was born? Maybe you are done adding to your family, but still wondering and wanting to give something back to others. Maybe a friend or relative has approached you. Perhaps your sister is battling infertility. Many women who inquire about Canadian Fertility Consultants‘s Surrogacy program seem to have this as one

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Many clients ask us if it is a good idea to let the Surrogate Mother hold the baby once it’s born, or not? We suggest that if the surrogate mother is wants to hold the baby, there should be no reason why it wouldn’t be appropriate. For the past 9 months she has nurtured, and cared for your baby, and of course a bond has developed.  Holding him is a way of completing a journey,

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Many clients ask us if it is a good idea to let the Surrogate Mother hold the baby once it’s born, or not? We suggest that if the surrogate mother  wants to hold the baby, there should be no reason why it wouldn’t be appropriate. For the past 9 months she has nurtured, and cared for your baby, and of course a bond has developed.  Holding him is a way of completing a journey, not

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Scientists have identified a new hormone that promotes follicle development and stimulates ovary growth, and could act as a potential `game-changer` in human fertility treatment. The discovery may help improve effectiveness of current fertility treatments for women and possibly lead to entirely new treatments altogether. The full article can be viewed at : ScienceDaily.com

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There is no place for a regulatory state in unassisted reproductive coupling. Thus older men have long enjoyed the liberty to procreate with younger women. But doctors, lawyers and counsellors aid in the begetting of children born of assisted reproduction. There is some latitude for them to query whether they can abide their role in bringing a child into the world whose small house may lie in ruins before the age of comprehension. A responsible

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When CFC’s staff are speaking to those who are not familiar with the details of surrogacy, many are often surprised to learn that typical intended parents are quite “regular folk” as the headlines coming from Hollywood suggest that surrogacy is a privilege and only an option to benefit the rich and famous. In other words, those that are “too posh to push”. In fact surrogacy can be an option to just about all intended parents

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Quebec’s assisted procreation program should be restricted to couples with medical infertility problems rather than offered like “an open bar” to anyone who wants a baby, says the head of the province’s medical specialists. One month after the provincial Health Department ordered public consultations to review its popular three-year-old government-subsidized invitro fertilization program, Quebec medical specialists, gynecologists and pediatricians weighed in Wednesday with a call for stricter criteria and guidelines, and including age limits. To

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Having a Scottish background, and an eye for men in a kilt, I found this article to be great news…KILTS FOR ALL!  It turns out that those burly, kilt-clad, Scottish hammer throwers may be appealing to women on an instinctual and reproductive level, as well as purely aesthetics. Researchers at Erasmus University in Rotterdam discovered that the wearing of pants, which generally constricts male genitals, decreases sperm production; by contrast, the wearing of a kilt facilitates air

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Pinpointing men with 2 specific variations in genes encoding for follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and its receptor (FSHR) may lead to targeted therapy of male infertility with FSH, say German researchers. Reporting the findings at the 2013 European Congress on Endocrinology last week, Joerg Gromoll, PhD, from the Center for Reproductive Medicine, Muenster, Germany, said the combinatory effect of these variants in the hormone and its receptor is “an unparalleled example in endocrinology.” To read the full article

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Recently, British Columbia adopted a more simplified law. Parentage is passed to intended parents if there is a preconception written agreement between them and the surrogate mother, she consents post-birth to surrender, and they assume responsibility for the child. To see the article written by Karen Busby, a professor of law and director of the Centre for Human Rights Research, Robson Hall, University of Manitoba; please visit the following link: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/westview/manitoba-could-follow-bc-on-surrogacy-issue-206734861.html

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