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IVF Success Rates
The success rate of in vitro fertilization varies according to numerous aspects such as the age of the woman, the technique applied, the egg origin, etc.
Moral Implications of Surrogacy
Is surrogacy an ethically acceptable practice? What are the moral implications of its practice? This is discussed in this article.
Adopting a Child in United States: - How Does it Work?
Domestic or Intercountry Adoption is another way to build a family for US citizen couples or single person who have to face infertilty problems.
International Surrogacy - Laws & Options for Surrogacy Abroad
International surrogacy refers to surrogacy arrangements that involve a surrogate who lives in an overseas country. Learn about the most popular countries.
Cygote, Embryo and Fetus: What Are the Differences?
The meanings of zygote, embryo and fetus are different, although they tend to be confused. In this article we explain the differences.
What is Intrauterine Artificial Insemination?
Artificial insemination is a simpler assisted reproductive technique than IVF. It is about artificially depositing semen in the female uterus.
Surrogacy in Portugal: Law and Conditions for Foreigners
Portugal approves free surrogacy applied solely for medical reasons. We will tell you the conditions and situation for foreigners.
What Problems May Occur in Surrogacy?
The surrogacy process must be well defined in the contract in order to avoid complications for the surrogate mother and/or parents.
Surrogacy in South Africa: Residents only
Surrogacy in South Africa is only accessible to residents and if it's carried out altruistically.
How Does Surrogacy Work in the UK? - Law, Cost & FAQs
Surrogacy is legal in the UK, as explained in the Surrogacy Arrangements Act 1985. Intended parents must apply for a parental order to be the legal parents.
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