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How to become parents
with infertility

Couples who are faced with infertility, but still dream of becoming parents have a number of options available to them. IVF, surrogacy and adoption stand out as the most efficient solutions in today's world.
IVF is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro ("in glass"). It is a type of assisted reproductive technology used for infertility treatment. Success rates vary significantly but on average over 36% are successful which means that every 3rd patient achieves a positive result - pregnancy.
1. IVF
IVF is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro ("in glass").
It is a type of assisted reproductive technology used for infertility treatment. Success rates vary significantly but on average over 36% are successful which means that every 3rd patient achieves a positive result - pregnancy.
IVF with egg donation should be considered by women with low ovary reserve, absent ovaries or other ovarian diseases or when hormonal stimulation may pose a risk to pre-existing health conditions.
2. Surrogacy
Surrogacy is a viable option for couples where a woman cannot get pregnant or carry a pregnancy full term.
List of medical reasons that qualify for surrogacy is extensive, yet some of them are:

-at least 4 failed past IVF attempts
-absence of uterus/ovaries as a birth defect of as a result of other conditions
-cardiovascular diseases
-type 1 diabetes
-intrauterine adhesions

Surrogate mothers undergo extensive medical and psychological screening which allows for effective results. A surrogacy journey is a monumental experience but also a complex process.
3. Adoption
Adoption is an alternative to assisted reproduction, but it too provides the same opportunity for parenting.
Many childless couples go through difficult decision-making processes especially in terms of ethical issues. Some families really want to have a genetic link with the child which is possible via IVF or surrogacy. For others this is of secondary importance. They are very excited by the idea of adoption and their priority is to adopt an orphan.
Surrogacy and adoption are the only two options available for same sex couples.
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