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Packing for the birth of a surrogate child is vastly different from packing fr the birth of your own... Read more
Embryos are tiny, delicate things. As such, the transfer process is often conducted with great caution and preparation. This caution... Read more
Many of our US-based Intended Parents choose to have their surrogate continue to express breastmilk for their child long after... Read more
Every mom-to-be will be peppered with the same question for nine months straight, “When are you due?” With less than... Read more
A woman’s jou rney up until transfer day focuses on the development of her lining. Doctors consider how thick it... Read more
I am a two time surrogate, meaning I’ve completed two surrogate pregnancies. For me, surrogacy did more than create three... Read more
Some women come to Growing Generations with one simple need: a viable egg. Many women are capable of getting pregnant... Read more
Once your egg retrieval is complete, it is quite possible that you walk out the clinic and never know what... Read more
Once your embryos have been created your first question to the doctor may be, “How good do the embryos look?”... Read more
The term “mosaic” is assigned to an embryo that is found to have both normal and abnormal cells during PGS... Read more
As science continues to advance and doctors learn more about embryos and IVF technology, we continue to see new terminology... Read more
Choosing to donate your eggs means that, very likely, your DNA will ultimately be used in gestational surrogacy. For many... Read more
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