Kenya, A Legally Secured and Beautiful Surrogacy Destination

Posted on November 5th, 2018

The procedure of Surrogacy in Kenya There are two types of surrogacy practiced in Kenya. Gestational Surrogacy, and Traditional Surrogacy Law for Surrogacy in Kenya There are no strict legal applications for surrogacy in Kenya. The Kenyan government has considered surrogacy to be a simple procedure to have babies for all childless couples. There are […]

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Common Reasons for Female Infertility

Posted on October 5th, 2018

Infertility in female human being is referred as Female infertility. Infertility is diagnosed when a female individual is not being able to get pregnant over the course of one year of trying (or 6 months if the woman is over age 35). Among all infertility cases, female infertility factors account for almost 50%. Inability to […]

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Shedding Lights on Common Misconceptions About Fertility in Midlife and Menopause

Posted on September 5th, 2018

Most women are under the perception that menopause is the end of their fertility. They think that they cannot possibly conceive without a period. Well, all these two statements are true. However, the misconception lies in the term “menopause”. Menopause is not when your period stops completely. The duration of menopause starts when you start […]

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Tips for New Gay Dads

Posted on August 5th, 2018

Surrogacy has evolved as a boon for the gay intended parents in recent years. It has opened the possibility of bringing a child into the family with similar biology and DNA. Gay couples have now a new option to build their families. The U.S. Supreme Court has also supported gay marriage from June 2015. This […]

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Kenya, the Perfect Surrogacy Destination for Single Parents

Posted on July 16th, 2018

As per the Kenyan surrogacy law, every person has the right to access Surrogacy. Surrogacy in Kenya was inspired by the introduction of surrogacy in many European nations by the European Parliament. As a matter of fact, Kenyan surrogacy laws are still unregulated. It is taken to be as a fertility treatment for whoever requires […]

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Adoption Laws for Gay Couple and Single in Different Countries

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

The procedure of Gay adoption, also known as LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) adoption involves a child’s adoption by someone with a different sexual orientation. Gay adoption usually is a joint adoption by a same-sex couple. Step-parent adoption is also popular where one partner of a same-sex couple adopts the others, biological child. Single […]

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What to expect from a fertility tourism facilitator?

Posted on June 18th, 2018

A fertility tourism facilitator is a friend, philosopher and guide in your quest for fertility tourism that could take care of your needs. No one can visualize the entire scenario as clearly as a facilitator can do. Especially in a foreign country, he stands a better chance to handle different treatment related issues as he […]

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What are the ART programs in fertility tourism?

Posted on June 11th, 2018

In fertility tourism, ART or assisted reproductive technology is a very closely related term employed to fulfill the dream of childless couples longing to have a baby of their own, and for which they have been craving since long facing a lot of mental and physical hardships. ART programs include pregnancy achieving procedures like fertility […]

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Travel medicines for fertility travelers – How to protect against infections

Posted on June 4th, 2018

While travelling abroad for fertility treatment you should do enough to insulate yourself from infections. You may be immune to viruses and carriers of infections back home as you have been accustomed with the environment over a long period of time. However, foreign viruses are a major threat and you are just vulnerable to their […]

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Necessity of sperm and egg donation service abroad

Posted on May 28th, 2018

The domestic medical support and the quality of trained human capital back home may not always meet the requirements of all types of fertility treatment. While there is a limitation on the availability of quality infertility treatment facilities there is no limit to the rise in the number of customers seeking satisfactory egg and sperm […]

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