5 Benefits of Known Egg Donation

Your doctor says you will need donor eggs to conceive. We get it — it’s hardly the answer you wanted to hear during your already arduous...

July 18, 2024

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More and more, donor eggs are becoming a normalized part of the fertility conversation. Several celebrities have revealed they needed donor eggs to...

Sarene Leeds • Jun 11, 2024

What's New in Third Party

You’ve decided you want to grow your family, and that using a sperm donor is on the path to getting there. Like with...

The Rescripted Team • May 20, 2024

Adopting a baby in the United States can be expensive. Typically, it can cost anywhere between $15,000 and $70,000, depending on what type...

Amanda Koval • Apr 16, 2024

Same-sex couples, individuals pursuing parenthood on their own, or couples facing severe male-factor infertility, may consider using donor sperm as an option for...

Sarah duRivage-Jacobs • Apr 16, 2024

I’ve spent the past decade covering reproductive health, and here’s what I’ve noticed during that time: Celebrities have been a real force in...

Zara Hanawalt • Apr 2, 2024

If you’re considering adopting a child and feeling overwhelmed about deciding which type of adoption is right for you, I get it; I’ve...

Amanda Koval • Mar 31, 2024

Hoisting carry-ons into overhead bins, I peered between my up-stretched arms. My two young sons played in their seats. Here was the picture...

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If you asked a group of people affected by infertility to describe what it feels like, I imagine the word “isolating” would come...

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My journey to motherhood began in 2016 when I became pregnant with my son, Luke. I was fortunate to conceive easily and have...

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