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Labour of love: Taking the surrogacy route to parenthood – Irish Examiner

The decision by Rosanna Davison and her husband to look for a surrogate to carry their baby shows the lengths to which some couples go to realise their dream, writes Sharon N Chonchir. ROSANNA Davison experienced one of the happiest moments of her life when her daughter Sophia was born on November 21 last year. It was the culmination of what had been a difficult journey to parenthood for the 35-year-old nutritionist and former Miss World and her husband Wes Quirke

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Amy Schumer’s ex-boyfriend says he’s currently living with her and her husband – Today.com

Amy Schumer sure gets along with her exes in fact, one of them is living with her and her hubby, Chris Fischer. Comedian Kyle Dunnigan opened up about the cozy arrangement during an interview Thursday on "The Howard Stern Show." (Warning: The video below contains an obscenity.) The Emmy-winning funnyman, who was one of the writers for "Inside Amy Schumer," told Stern he's been staying at the couple's New York apartment while he and Schumer work on her upcoming Hulu show, "Love, Beth." Trending stories,celebrity news and all the best of TODAY

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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 25 – The Straits Times

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Saturday, Jan 25. People wait as medical staff (back) wear protective clothing to help stop the spread of a deadly virus which began in the city, at Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan on Jan 24, 2020

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8 trendy (and unexpected) ways newlyweds are spending their registry gift money – CNBC

Couples aren't just asking for a KitchenAid mixer or matching towel sets when putting together their wedding registries.

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Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting: what time the documentary is on BBC Two tonight, and what to expect from it – inews

CultureTVPackham travels around the globe to see the impact our rapidly growing population is having on the planet Tuesday, 21st January 2020, 12:55 pm For many people, one of the biggest aspirations in life is to have their own family - but the prospect of having kids isnt necessarily for everyone. And in the opinion of TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham, abstaining from reproducing is actually a good thing, and could help to save the planet. i's TV newsletter: what you should watch next An ethical dilemma The new documentary, Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting, which airs on BBC 2 on Tuesday 21 January, explores whether our planet has the ability to sustain its population.

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LI’s Amy Schumer talks effects of IVF treatments – Newsday

Comedy star Amy Schumer, who has rarely hesitated at sharing intimate medical issues, from her current desire for in vitro fertilization to the pregnancy-long hyperemesis vomiting she experienced while pregnant with her first child, talked IVF-related constipation Saturday at a wellness event hosted by Oprah Winfrey. "I had my egg retrieval on Monday," the Rockville Centre-raised Schumer, 38, told media mogul Winfrey, 65, at "Oprah's 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus" at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. "Which is also the last time I pooped," Schumer added

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Even IVF is Funny When Youre Amy Schumer: Her Best Posts About Fertility Treatment – SheKnows

Amy Schumer did not have an easy go of pregnancy last year, when she had son Gene. And after enduring her hyperemesis gravidarum (while still performing standup) and giving birth, shes been sharing all the glory and glamour that is the first year of motherhood

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The infertility treatment market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 6% during the forecast period 2018-2024 – P&T Community

NEW YORK, Jan. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The infertility treatment market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 6% during the forecast period 20182024

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IVF is big business in Australia but these people are calling the industry out – ABC News

Updated January 21, 2020 11:30:16 It was May of 2019 when we realised we were opening a can of worms. We'd just kickstarted an ABC investigation asking men and women around the country to share with us their own experiences with the fertility industry. We understood that there was a social stigma attached to infertility in Australia

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Cancer risk found in babies born through IVF – nation.co.ke

Freezing is an essential part of every clinic in IVF plansBy ANGELA OKETCHMore by this Author1dayago Children born when parents use a frozen embryo transfer are at a higher risk of childhood cancer compared with those born to fertile women, a new study has shown. The study, however, pointed out that the risk remained low. A total of 1.1 million children born in Denmark between January 1996 and December 31, 2012 were part of the study.

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Should Fertility Patients Be Given What They Want, or What They Need? – BioNews

20 January 2020 The final session of the Progress Educational Trust (PET)'s annual conference 'Reality Check: A Realistic Look at Assisted Reproduction' asked: 'Should Fertility Patients Be Given What They Want, or What They Need?' Sally Cheshire, Chair of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), said that what fertility patients want most of all is a baby, or at least the chance to have a baby. She explained that many patients will do anything to achieve their aim, and that the regulator's job is to help them achieve this in the best way possible, as part of good care

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UAE- Patients suffering from secondary infertility due to genetic problems give birth to healthy children, says IVI Middle East – MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - Dubai PR Network) Advancements in reproductive medicine are helping more and more difficult cases start their parenthood journey UAE, 21st January 2020: The not-so-talked-about secondary infertility is defined as a situation where couples who have previously experienced pregnancies but are now struggling to conceive naturally again.

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More is not always better. And more is not always better when it comes to fertility treatment. – Toronto Star

The fertility clinic waiting room is a space where many people will find themselves at some point in their lives.

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In-vitro Fertilization Services Market 2019: Insights and Forecast Research Report 2025 – Technology Magazine

India in-vitro fertilization services market is forecasted to reach USD 1.4 billion by 2025 due to increasing prevalence of infertility coupled with rising awareness pertaining to IVF procedures.

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Preimplantation Genetic Testing Market to reach USD 762.6 million by the year 2026| Natera, Inc. CooperSurgical, Inc. – MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - America News Hour) Accordingto the current analysis of Reports and Data, the globalPreimplantationgenetic testing marketwas valued at USD 347.7 million in 2018 and is expected toreach USD 762.6 million by the year 2026, at a CAGR of 10.1%. PreimplantationGenetic testing identifies genetic defects in embryos, which are developedthrough Vitro Fertilization (IVF) before pregnancy.

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New study links fish oil with improved sperm count and health – New Atlas

A large observational study out of Denmark has linked fish oil supplements with improved semen quality and testicular function in healthy men. The research cannot prove causation, however, it does echo prior research reaching similar conclusions in men with fertility issues. Over the past few years evidence supporting the health benefits of taking fish oil supplements containing omega-3 fatty acids has been mixed at best

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Amy Schumer, Gabrielle Union & More Celebrities Who’ve Opened Up About Their Emotional IVF Journeys – PEOPLE.com

The former First Lady made headlines when she opened up to Good Morning Americas Robin Roberts about feeling lost and alone during her struggles with infertility and her eventual decision to pursue IVF, which she wrote candidly about in her memoir Becoming. I felt like I failed, because I didnt know how common miscarriages were because we dont talk about them, Obama told Roberts of the miscarriages she suffered before welcoming daughter Malia in 1998 and Sasha in 2001 with husband Barack.

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IVF Resources + Fertility Clinics in the New York City Area – hobokengirl.com

Countless families in Hudson County have welcomed miracle babies into their homes thanks to advances in reproductive science and help from local doctors. Of course, that means that there are numerous local resources available that have made this possible. We touched base with some local parents via our Hoboken Girl Insiders group and the Hoboken Mommies group {as well as our teams personal experiences} to round-up some of these top-notch resources for you to learn about egg freezing and fertility treatments

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‘After failed IVF, you shouldn’t be in the classroom’ – TES News

Battling endometriosis throughout my teacher training and subsequent years in the classroom had been hard: heavy periods, crippling cramps, a partial oophorectomy, two ectopic pregnancies that ended in miscarriageand further surgery to remove one fallopian tube. I was often running up the corridor with a tampon up my sleeve for the 10thtime in one day. Or I would lean strategically against the desk while teaching, in order to dampen the chronic pain.

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Amy Hart tells Loose Women she will be freezing her eggs due to early menopause concerns – Worthing Herald

Former Love Island contestant Amy Hart from Worthing said she will be freezing her eggs due to fears she may be facing early menopause. The 27-year-old appeared on Loose Women this afternoon (January 17) to raise awareness about her situation, which many women in the UK face, and the fertility options open to them as part of the show's fertility week. Amy said she recently went for a fertility 'MOT', in which the doctor did an internal scan of her ovaries and a blood test to check her Anti-Mllerian hormone, or AMH, levels

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The life-changing reason Dan and Steph are back on MKR – Daily Examiner

FORMER My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron are prepared to put their Hervey Bay restaurant on the line for another chance at the money that could give them a second child. The couple won the fourth season of the show in 2013, allowing them to start a family through IVF, welcoming daughter Emmy four years ago, as well as opening their restaurant EAT and buying their first home

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Fighting to Give Every Child With Cancer a Chance to Become a Parent – On the Pulse

Taylor Tran (left) and her mother Mai Nguyen. Taylor underwent cancer treatment when she was 2 years old, causing her to go into early menopause when she was just 16. You pay the price for having cancer over and over again.

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This is how much you could save in a lifetime by swapping from tampons to a menstrual cup – Yahoo Lifestyle

This week it was announced that girls in schools across England and Wales will be given free menstrual products in a move to end period poverty. It has previously been revealed that a monthly bleed costs the average woman 18,000 in a lifetime.

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Millions of Brits have already used up all their annual leave and booked their holidays for 2020 – Yahoo Lifestyle

Most people have only just managed to put away their Christmas tree and thought of a New Years resolution. But millions of Brits have already found time to use up this years annual leave in its entirety - and book all their holidays for 2020. According to a new survey of 2,000 adults, a third of the nation admitted to having planned their over the next 12 months trips before last year had even finished

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Michelle Obama shares her workout playlist and Lizzo and Ariana Grande are pumped – Yahoo Lifestyle

Its no secret that former FLOTUS Michelle Obama puts in some serious time at the gym.

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