Every country handles rules and regulations around fertility care a little differently — or, in many cases, very differently. That makes global fertility benefits complicated.
Where someone works has the power to make the pursuit of parenthood smoother, more challenging, or in some cases, possible at all. Welcome to season 2 of Baby Steps.
Carrot has a global perspective on the language of fertility, and we believe using the right words is important — for example, “gestational carrier” rather than “surrogate."
In preparing for chemotherapy and a battle with breast cancer, Dionne also now had to consider her fertility. In this episode, she shares how she managed it all.
Having a child via gestational carrier, commonly known as surrogacy, can be complex for one pregnancy. But George and his husband were hoping to have two babies at the same time.
Omair and his wife knew they wanted to adopt a child. But how long did the adoption process actually take? How was their social worker? And how much did everything cost?
Lauren has PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). Her struggle with infertility has changed her perspective on the world and the way she thinks about motherhood.
Trystan, who is transgender, shares the story of how he built his family of three children, and he talks about what his pregnancy was like.
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