Age is an important factor in a woman’s ability to get pregnant, but lifestyle may also play a vital role. Currently, research shows that certain chemicals in our environment could […]
Myths about male infertility are varied and widely believed. If you’re trying to become a parent, do you believe having sex daily with your partner will increase your odds of […]
A CONCEPTION MISCONCEPTION According to the experts, there’re not best positions for conception. In fact, different sex positions aren’t going to make much difference when you’re trying to conceive. Sperm […]
Happy Juneteenth to all of those that are celebrating! Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated holiday that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. The holiday […]
Q: What does Kindbody’s commitment to LGBTQ+ patients look like? How has that been reflected over the past year during the pandemic, both inside clinics and through virtual care? A: […]
1) In a few sentences, please tell us about your own fertility journey… At this point in my life I wasn’t expecting to decide to have a baby by myself. […]
I can still smell the rain from the highway when I realized my father was my hero. He had just gotten me my first cell phone and was telling me […]
We know the path to becoming a parent can be a winding and complicated one. Whether it’s deciphering ovulation charts, injecting yourself with hormone medications, using a donor or surrogate, or planning for adoption – the reality is there isn’t one path to motherhood, and that’s okay. This past month we dived into the different routes people have taken to become parents or preserve their ability to do so. Hosted by our leading physician, Meredith Brower, we were joined by ABC’s The Rookie actress Camille Guaty-Kaye.
As an assisted reproductive technology attorney representing clients in New Jersey, I am thrilled to partner with Kindbody and the folks at New England Surrogacy, an East Coast-focused surrogacy agency, to provide our communities with free educational resources about surrogacy in the Garden State. This month, we’re celebrating the three-year anniversary of New Jersey’s Gestational Carrier Act, which officially legalized surrogacy across the state after almost thirty years of outlawing the practice.