• “Planes, Trains, and Fertility Clinics”

    “Planes, Trains, and Fertility Clinics”

    Although this article originally appeared a few months ago, Jan Goodwin’s “Planes, Trains, and Fertility Clinics” is always a helpful read for intended parents looking to go abroad for treatment, or anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of cross border reproductive care. Goodwin begins her article by talking about […]

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  • Male Infertility Test Can Save Time, Money, and Stress

    Male Infertility Test Can Save Time, Money, and Stress

    Often fertility tests focus on the woman, but in an estimated 40% of cases trouble lies with the sperm. A new fertility test for men has recently been introduced—making it easier for couples to identity previously ‘unknown’ fertility issues. The SpermComet test is a more comprehensive test for sperm, looking […]

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  • Global IVF on the Radio!

    Global IVF on the Radio!

    It was a fun and informational hour on “Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility and Adoption” as Global IVF’s Co-Founder & Vice President Lauri de Brito talked with host Dawn Davenport and panelist Taras Kuzin, Founder and CEO of MedVacation, about cross-border reproductive care.  If you are an intended parent […]

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  • Same Sex Couples Journey to India

    Same Sex Couples Journey to India

    Two heart-warming stories from same-sex couples who recently returned home from India with twins! Terry and Steve share their journey to India.  Inspiring and informational, Terry and Steve speak on how they chose India initially, the first clinic they worked with, why they decided to change clinics, and, ultimately, what […]

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  • Link Between Cell Phones and Infertility

    Link Between Cell Phones and Infertility

    Men– keeping your cell phone in your pants pocket? Maybe you should think twice about your phone’s resting spot. According to recent studies, there may be a strong link between male infertility and cell phone use. Sperm quality appears to be lower for men who store their cell phones in […]

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