Considering Surrogacy? Consider This First

Using a surrogate to help create or grow your family is a big deal. Besides putting the ultimate trust in... Read more

PCOS & Infertility Treatments

Researchers spent two years following adolescent girls diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and made some exciting discoveries that could... Read more

Sperm’s Mobility & The Female Reproductive System

In order for fertilization to happen, the sperm has to complete a gargantuan swim that, if completed, is a miracle... Read more

Surrogacy Without Celebrity: What it’s Really Like

Surrogacy stories are storming the internet as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West prepare to welcome their third child by way... Read more

Cutting Edge IVF Procedures

Medical science continues to evolve and discover ever more effective ways to increase the odds of becoming pregnant through InVitro... Read more

One Million Babies Born From IVF

As Growing Generations nears and crosses the 2,000 birth threshold, it’s interesting to take a look at just how many... Read more

New Tips for Improving Male Fertility

Difficulty with conception leads many couples to fertility experts every year. Many learn that the issue lies within the female... Read more

Walnut Enriched Diet May Improve Sperm Quality

Continued research into infertility and the natural ways to remedy it often capture the interest of couples struggling to conceive.... Read more

Hormone Levels Can Predict Changes in Pregnancy

Science is telling women to “chill out” if they want to get pregnant. Research published in early 2017 showed that... Read more

The “Ideal” Sperm for IVF

Researchers in Alabama are taking a closer look at sperm as they continue to strive towards more effective infertility treatments.... Read more

Is IVG The Successor to IVF?

The future of IVF could mean that there is no longer a need for sperm or egg in order to... Read more

Daylight Savings Time May Impact IVF Success

The ever-changing field of IVF means that new research is being conducted daily, and that it often leads to new... Read more