Ectopic Pregnancy - The Time Bomb in the Tube
An ectopic pregnancy is one that develops outside the uterus. Most ectopics are found in the fallopian tube and these are called tubal pregnancies. However, they can also occur at other pelvic sites which include the ovary the abdomen and the cervix. Fertilization normally occurs in the outer... Surrogate Mothering
The word "surrogate" means substitute or replacement and a surrogate mother is one who lends her uterus to another couple so that they can have a baby. In the West where fewer and fewer babies are offered for adoption, surrogacy is gaining popularity, despite controversial legal and ethical issues.... Choosing Embryo Adoption
Embryo adoption is the process whereby an embryo, created from the egg of a woman and the sperm of a man, is gestated in the womb of another woman to be raised by her and her partner neither of whom provided the gametes. Although we refer to this process as adoption, we use that term strictly in a... Pregnant - At Last!
For most infertile patients, getting pregnant is the ultimate dream, which keeps them going through tests, treatments and surgery. What happens when the dream finally comes true? Making the Diagnosis of Pregnancy How do you find out if you are pregnant? For most treatments, doctors will wait...
BASKING RIDGE N.J. Feb. 18 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) has released in-vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates for the year ending December 2012 the most recent data reported yesterday by The Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART).The data... Cooperative Resources Int'l acquires animal reproductive company
Cooperative Resources International (CRI) has finalized the purchase of the primary assets of MofA, formerly known as Minitube of America. Produce Woolly Mammoth Stem Cells, Says Creator of Dolly the Sheep
Sir Ian Wilmut proposes an alternative method as a possible means of creating a mammoth--or a hybrid. Such research could lead to major biological discoveries and advances -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Costs 'killing' embryo exports
Compliance costs are killing a healthy export trade in farmed animal embryos and semen and threaten to close the only licensed facility for embryo export left in the South Island.
The latest way to adopt - Embryo Adoption
May 10, 2011, 12:02 pm
With advances in medical technology, many infertile couples are now able to have biological children through procedures, such as IVF and ICSI. While these procedures are wonderful, an unintended result has developed - leftover embryos. Up until recently, a couple had 3 decisions regarding what to...