Infertility and Men – Getting Tested for Infertility

Posted on March 1st, 2018

The inability to produce healthy sperm in men is known as male infertility. Male infertility is the reason behind 40% of all infertile couples. This condition is often revealed when, even after no use of condoms or any other contraception, the couple fails to achieve pregnancy naturally. In case you are facing troubles in conceiving […]

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How to Handle the Negative Outcome of the Beta Pregnancy Test

Posted on February 23rd, 2018

It is very disappointing for intended parents to experience negative results on their pregnancy tests. It becomes very important for such couples to remember that they are in a cycle of medication that comprises of many more attempts to go. It is a very common thing noticed in these couples to spend time in analysing […]

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Hormones and Mood Swings That Can Happen to Intended Mothers

Posted on February 16th, 2018

To take part in a program that involves ART means that the intended mothers will have to undergo some major stress- both mentally and physically. This is especially true when going through an IVF or egg donation process. To prepare the intended mother for the egg donation program she will be subjected to a lot […]

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Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis and How You Can Benefit From It

Posted on February 6th, 2018

With the technique of the modern day world, many things that could not be done before are now possible. Nowadays intended parents can know the gender of their baby before it is even born. It is also possible to choose the gender of your baby. This can be done in a number of ways and […]

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Communication Between Intended Parents and the Surrogacy Agency

Posted on January 30th, 2018

Intended parents starting a program in our clinic usually have a lot of questions. This is only natural since they are embarking on one of the most important journeys of their lives. New Life Mexico is here to provide them with the requested information, and we are always available to answer any questions that may […]

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Age of Egg Donor is a Vital Factor for Success

Posted on January 23rd, 2018

Egg donation is a method that is frequently used by those who are having problems conceiving on their own. When going through this procedure a lot of questions arise. One such question, and a very common one at that, is the question regarding the age of the donor. Along with many other factors, this is […]

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Triple Marker Screening Test- the test that all expecting women should take

Posted on November 15th, 2017

The triple marker screening test is a test that is done in order to detect signs of any genetic abnormalities such as Down syndrome or spina bifida in the baby. The test measures three different substances in the placenta during the pregnancy. The results will show the likelihood of a woman giving birth to a […]

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Surrogate Screening During the Pregnancy

Posted on November 10th, 2017

To make the decision to start building your family with the help of Assisted Reproductive Technologies is not an easy one. It is a major decision and the process also requires significant emotional and financial investments. So there is no wonder that the intended parents will want to monitor their investment and follow the surrogacy […]

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Empty Follicle Syndrome (EFS)

Posted on November 7th, 2017

Empty follicle syndrome, or EFS as it is called, is a condition that might appear during an ovarian stimulation initiated in order to retrieve eggs from the female donor. In general, the reason to retrieve eggs is so that they can be used in different types of treatments using assisted reproductive technologies (ART). EFS is […]

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Criteria to Look for in Your Egg Donor

Posted on November 5th, 2017

When intended parents are entering into a egg donation program they will often have a lot of question regarding the donors. Since the donor will play such an important role in their quest for a family, this comes as no surprise. It is common for the intended parents to want to find out as much […]

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