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Does A Surrogate Mother Have To Take Fertility Drugs To Prepare
No: A gestational carrier ('surrogate, ' although the terms are different legally) does not use fertility drugs per se. She does not get injections with gonadotropins. She does, however, need her uterine lining prepared and she needs to be synchronized with the woman who will provide the eggs. Gestational carriers typically use drugs like oral estrogen pills and Progesterone to do this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: She has been paid for it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tell when right age: Honesty is always best, but need to address it when child is ready. It is important not to tell them too early as it can lead to unwarranted stress issues. Might want to share this with your child's pediatrician privately, as he/she may have insight as to when the time is right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'd love to become a surrogate mother for my sister. Whom has tried many times to get pregnant. What r the proceeds to becoming one?
IVF center.: You should consult a reputable ivf center to look into this possibility most admirable. ...Read more
OB will test: As long as the surrogate mother goes to a reputable obstetrician, she should have all of the necessary std checks during the pregnancy. Some obs test women twice; once at the beginning and once near delivery. If you are concerned, you can contact your surrogate's OB and ask what their policy is. ...Read more
No: Preferably no.Get a more detailed answer ›
Considering that a surrogate mother carries someone else' mix of sperm and egg, do they still produce milk?
Medical cons of becoming a surrogate mother? Will i be able to use my own ob/gyn for care? Will i be able to have another child of my own afterward?
Depends: If your pregnancy goes well, there should be no problem with future pregnancies. Blood incompatibility will be treated by your physician. The legal contract will determine your choices and payment for medical care during the pregnancy. Other medical concerns, such as your emotional health, should be discussed in advance with your personal ob/gyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother is a twin (b/g), I am a triplet (b/b/g), my husband is a twin (b/b). No use of fertility drugs. What are my odds of conceiving multiples?
Greatly increased: With that much positive family I you and your husband's families, there is at the least an increased chance of multiple births since they were conceived naturally. A late first trimester ultrasound will confirm your thoughts. Be prepared for a happy surprise ! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother had fertility issues. Are fertility issues inherited at all? Just because she had fertility issues, does that mean I will too?
Absolutely not: There is no truth to that claim. ...Read more
I am 25 year female with premature grey hairs almost 50% and its genetic from my mother. Is it goona effect my fertility or egg quality?
Does in veto mostly come out multiples? What's the percent of me getting pregnant with more than one child by going to a fertility clinic ...I have 2 children already( not twins) my dad is a twin and my mother got pregnant with twins twice but miscarried
Hello. : Hello. There seems to be some variability to the statistics. With Clomid (clomiphene) there is reported to be a 5 to 12 percent chance of twins. With in vitro fertilization (ivf), the odds could increase to 20 to 40 percent, depending on the number of embryos used. However, before fooling around with mother nature, think about what will you will do if your become pregnant with triplets or quads. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The women in my family have a hard time conceiving and i suspect i will as well. At what point can I seek fertility help? My mother and my aunts had a difficult time conceiving, and i suspect my situation is the same. I have irregular periods and have bee
90% : 90% of couples trying to conceive get pregnant within a year. The 10% who donâ€™t fall into the category of patients we label as â€œinfertile, â€ though a percentage of those patients, if left untreated, will go on to conceive at some point in the future. The most important factor governing if and when you seek treatment from a doctor depends on your age and commitment to conceiving. If youâ€™re 25 and on the fence about getting pregnant, take your time, relax, have lots of sex, and let nature take itâ€™s course. But if youâ€™re over 35 and desperately want to be the mother of a baby that shares your dna, donâ€™t wait longer than six months before seeing your doctor to explore the underlying causes of your irregular periods and reduced fertility. Often, irregular periods signal anovulation (meaning that you may not be ovulating.) anovulation can result from conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypothyroidism, or eating disorders, in addition to a variety of other causes. Your doctor can order some tests that will help you decide whether you need to jump into fertility treatment with both feet or whether youâ€™re better off chilling out and taking a wait-and-see approach. Most importantly, remember that stress reduces fertility and the best thing you can do as you navigate this journey is to trust that whatever happens will serve you and your highest good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No Specific Age: There is no specific age. Most women are at least 18 years old but i suppose in certain circumstances a younger women could take medicines (for instance to freeze eggs before cancer treatment). Many women in their early 20's up to late 40's take medicines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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