Fertility Treatments and Insurance Coverage

Infertility is one of the most difficult battles many couples can face. Advances in fertility treatments offer an excellent chance of overcoming this challenge and achieving their dreams of becoming parents. Yet, insurance coverage, in many cases, is spotty at best....

Pausing Embryo Transfers in Response to COVID-19

In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) issued a set of recommendations for reproductive medicine professionals and practices. One of the ASRM’s recommendations for practices during the coronavirus...

Age Women Have Babies

While age is just a number, it’s an important factor to consider when you decide to have a baby. Age and pregnancy are closely linked, and women who wait longer may find it more difficult to have children. Understanding how age is related to pregnancy is an...

Conceiving as a Single Woman

At Western Fertility Institute, we understand that families come in all shapes and sizes. Just as many couples choose not to have children, many single people decide to start families on their own. Ultimately, having a baby is a personal choice — and we think...

Telling Your Child About Their Surrogacy Birth

Many aspects of the surrogacy process can be challenging to discuss. Telling your child about their surrogacy birth may seem like a daunting task — but with a little preparation, it doesn’t have to be! Children are naturally curious and have a question for...
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