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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How to avail sperm and egg donation services abroad

Posted on May 20th, 2018

When there is a shortage of healthy sperm and egg donors in the domestic clinics, the intending parents opt for going abroad to avail the service. Other reasons involved spin around cost consideration, legal issues and the quality of treatment. Now how to go about the entire procedure? Here we go with a stage wise […]

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Fertility Tourism Facilitator- Communication and payment

Posted on May 14th, 2018

Communication with your fertility tourism facilitator and fixing a payment deal could be challenging at times. There is nothing like straightforward communication but the failure to understand your thoughts and problems by a foreign fertility specialist could beat the very spirit and purpose of your fertility trip abroad. Language indeed poses a barrier which becomes […]

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Double Joy, Double New Life!

Posted on April 18th, 2018

New Life is happy to share a triumphant surrogacy story of a European patient who has just become a father of twins. M. from Europe had heard about surrogacy friendly environment in Kenya and requested a Skype call with New Life representative to discuss all details about a year ago. He was quick at finding […]

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Preservation of Sperm and Eggs

Posted on March 29th, 2018

Medical science has made a ground shattering breakthrough in this domain where there is a a lot of need to be able to preserve sperms and eggs. The reason is obvious. Due to the perishable nature of sperm and eggs and the fact that you might need sperm and eggs for fertilization in future situaion, […]

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How to Find the Perfect Nanny

Posted on March 22nd, 2018

At some point most parents find themselves in need of help when it comes to childcare. It is not easy to juggle a life as parent at the same time as you are working and running a household. Day care might be one option but for many people it is a better solution to hire […]

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Should Egg Donors Meet the Baby Born Through Their Donation?

Posted on March 15th, 2018

Should egg donors be requested to meet the baby that is born through their donation? This is a very important question and there are many different opinions about what is right and what is not. At New Life we have found this to be a very common wish among parents of babies born via egg […]

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Endometriosis – One of the Major Causes of Infertility

Posted on March 8th, 2018

Endometriosis is a common cause of infertility. It is a disease, which is defined by local uterine tissue growing outside the uterus, which causes inflammation and irritation. It is one of the most painful disorders that occur when the tissue that usually lines the inside of the uterus, known as the endometrium, begins to develop […]

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