Monthly Archives: June 2013

Big Changes for Canadian Fertility Consultants This Summer

Published June 26, 2013

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This Summer, Leia Picard, Canadian Fertility Consultants owner will be travelling to Western Canada, to meet with clients to provide consultations for those interested in Gestational Surrogacy, Egg Donation, as well as those in need of more straight forward services, such a Fertility Clinic referrals, or referrals to Adoption practitioners, and other family building programs.

If you are an Intended parent, or are interested in becoming a Gestational Surrogate, please contact our office to book a consultation with Leia. These are free 2 hour consultations, in which Leia will provide you with an outline of the process, as well as information regarding the medical, and legal process involved in the Gestational Surrogacy process.

During July, Leia Picard will be visiting Richmond, Langley, Victoria, Qualicum Beach, Parksville, British Columbia, as well as Calgary, Alberta.

Leia is looking forward to speaking with Infertility groups, as well as meeting with Fertility clinics on the West Coast, that CFC is currently working with.

During the past three years CFC has had our headquarters in Brighton, Ontario, however we have expanded, and have a location in Nanaimo, British Columbia, where Meredith Kimber our Intake Manager works with all of our West Coast clients. Leia is looking forward to spending some time in Nanaimo, training Meredith to begin working on many new projects that we are in the beginning stages of, including Fertility coaching, as well as managing a number of Fertility Retreats that we will be hosting later this year.

For more information on what’s new with CFC, or to book a consultation with Leia Picard, please contact us through our website http://www.fertilityconsultants.ca or by calling our office at 613 439 8701.



Male Infertility Myths Debunked

Published June 26, 2013


http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/suburbs/chi-ugc-article-mens-health-month-11-male-infertility-myths-2013-06-10,0,257331.story

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In this article many of the Infertility Myths, around Male infertility are debunked. This article is definitely a must-read for men struggling with infertility, or for men who are going to begin to build their families in the coming months, or years.

Men



Surrogate Mother Poetry

Published June 20, 2013

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Forever In My Heart
by Isabelle -used with permission

I gave you life, but you are not mine
Sweet little one, one day you will understand
The way you came to be
That you came from me

I felt your kicks and hiccups for 9 months
You felt my heart beating and my voice as I talked
That scar on my belly, the one that reminds me of you
Is the most perfect because it tells a story

A story of a sweet little angel
An angel that changed my life and made dreams come true
That angel is you Maya
As small as you are, you have changed the world

I have never felt a love like this before
The love of a mother to?a child
Yet so different from my own children
A bond so strong nobody could ever break

You special child
I wish I could kiss, hug and hold
But instead I just keep you in my heart
And treasure you like gold

You see little one you are not my own
Surrogacy made you be
And so surrogacy has changed me
So this bond we have will forever stay

As I handed you over to your loving father



Why I became a Surrogate Mother

Published June 20, 2013

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After becoming a Mama for the second time I realized that I wanted to share this amazing love with others. I wanted to be able to give someone that awestruck moment when you see your child for the first time. My children have brought so much joy, knowledge and love into my life that I questioned if there was a need for Surrogacy.

I quickly discovered that the need was huge



Surrogate and Intended Mom pregnant together

Published June 17, 2013

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I came across an interesting surrogacy article this afternoon, please see link below, which talks about a mother who is pregnant, and currently her surrogate is also pregnant. What I love about this story, is I know three surrogate friends who have had similar journeys.

I loved watching one of these girls locally go through her journey, and hearing how her intended mother was faring back home. It added a whole new dimension to her journey, and my own thoughts on whether I could do a double transfer for intended parents. One of my other friends’ situation played out a bit differently, she went through the embryo transfer for her intended parents, and then the mother became pregnant herself..which was thrilling and exciting for all sides. Have you been involved in a similar situation, as a surrogate or intended parent?

http://blogs.babycenter.com/celebrities/caprice-surrogate-pregnant-06172013-simultaneously/



TOP 5 WELLNESS TIPS FOR SURROGATE MOTHERS

Published June 14, 2013

When I was a surrogate, carrying a child for intended parents, I seemed to be more in tune with what I was putting into my body and how I was looking after myself. Don



Make IVF Funding a reality in Alberta!

Published June 14, 2013

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We would like to help support The Generations of Hope Fertility Assistance Fund in the petition to help fund IVF. Please read a bit about them below, visit their site and help support IVF!
The Generations of Hope Fertility Assistance Fund was conceived in 2005 as an initiative of the Regional Fertility Program, Calgary. The primary objective of the Fund is to help patients of the Regional fertility program in Calgary who wish to conceive a child, but who are facing fertility challenges in the pursuit of their dream, and who also face serious financial challenges that make the hope offered by assisted reproductive technology through the Regional Fertility Program – particularly In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) – an unaffordable option for them.

http://www.generationsofhope.ca/



Father`s Day Google Hangout

Published June 14, 2013

STILL is a documentary film project committed to breaking the silence about pregnancy loss and infant death. We came across their facebook page recently and wanted to get this out to as many men as possible. Please forward the information to anyone you know who can benefit from this project and event…

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To all the Dads out there, especially those of you who are dreading Father’s Day this weekend, we send you all our love and peace.

The STILL Project are hosting a Fathers Day Google Hangout at 7pm Pacific Time (Friday Night). Please visit their page to grab all the details to the hangout. Watching a Google Hangout is just like watching a youtube video. We will be posting the link on our pages just before the hangout goes live. My husband Sam is hoping to join the panel that is made up of some really wonderful guys including JP from STILL, Paul from Still Standing Magazine, Brent from GAPPS and Sean from Return To Zero. Please share this with anyone that you think it might help. Too often men are left to grieve in silence. Times are changing and we as a community need to shows these wonderful dads that they are supported too.

Many thanks to Carrie and JP for making this special event a reality.



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father?s Day- Lifestyle may be the key

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it?s time will happen without any problems. After all, the mechanics of getting pregnant seem to work fine, and there are no obvious problems. We quickly explain to them that research is suggesting that Male Factor Infertility may be the cause of approximately half of all cases of infertility.

AT CFC, we suggest that Men use Father?s Day as a reminder to adopt New Healthy Habits, as they begin the Family Building Process.

Healthy Habits for Men that will Increase the odds of Conception

Whether you are just starting, or have been trying for some time to get pregnant, there are lifestyle changes that can make an impact.

Male Infertility and lifestyle factors

Daily habits can threaten male fertility, and your chances for conception. Men that use tobacco products, recreational drugs, or consume large amounts of alcohol can find themselves at higher risk.

An unhealthy diet and limited exercise can also lead to sperm disorders.

Working environments can also play a part in male infertility, especially for men regularly exposed to heat, chemicals, or even a stressful workplace.

DNA damage in sperm

How well a sperm swims is known as motility. In a fertile man, at least 25 per cent of sperm cells should be ‘rapidly progressive’ ? moving fast enough and in the right direction to reach the egg.

Poor motility is a sign of sperm DNA damage, or fragmentation, caused by highly reactive substances called free radicals.

Getting the right nutrients

Foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains are important because they are rich in antioxidants, which inhibit the free radicals that can damage sperm DNA.

But it’s not so much about eating specific foods as having a healthy diet overall.Lots of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins C and E, and zinc and selenium are needed for healthy sperm.

Make it a Happy Father?s Day with Proactive Fertility Habits

Adopting healthy habits and knowing the risk factors for male fertility can improve your chances at becoming a Dad. Take Father?s Day as a day to reflect on your Healthy Lifestyle, and come up with a few ways to improve that lifestyle, to ensure that you are doing all that you can to increase your fertility. We also suggest booking an appointment with a Fertility clinic to have further testing done, to rule out any issues that may be affecting your chances at success.

Canadian Fertility Consultants is a full service consulting firm, working with couples, and individuals to help them build the family of their dreams- Through referrals, surrogacy, egg donation, and proactive family planning.

For more information on our programs, and services, please contact us through our website- www.fertilityconsultants.ca



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


width=300

When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Canadian Fertility Consultants - This Father

Published June 14, 2013


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When Canadian Fertility Consultants works with traditional married couples, or men in same sex relationships, our advice for conception is the same. Often, after a minimum of one year of Trying To Conceive (TTC), through traditional methods, or those considering gestational surrogacy/donor egg and IVF, couples contact us to discuss their options. Often, men are under the assumption that starting a family when it



Can I be a Surrogate Mother if my tubes are tied?

Published June 13, 2013


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Have you considered becoming aSurrogate Motherbut are unsure if you qualify due to the tubal ligation that you had, after your last child was born? Maybe you are done adding to your family, but still wondering and wanting to give something back to others. Maybe a friend or relative has approached you. Perhaps your sister is battling infertility.

Many women who inquire about Canadian Fertility Consultants‘s Surrogacy program seem to have this as one of their major concerns.

Gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy are facilitated through CFCs surrogacy program, however with a tubal ligation IVF is necessary, and so for most surrogates that means they will pursue gestational surrogacy.

A Gestational Surrogate is carrying a child that is not biologically connected to her. Instead of traditional surrogacy, where your eggs are used, the eggs of the intended mother (or an egg donor) are fertilized by the sperm of the intended father(or a sperm donor) and then implanted via an IVF treatment. Since the surrogate



The Surrogate Mother : Is closure really necessary? Will she change her mind? Will she bond with our baby?

Published June 07, 2013

Many clients ask us if it is a good idea to let the Surrogate Mother hold the baby once it



New hormone that makes ovaries grow discovered

Published June 03, 2013

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Scientists have identified a new hormone that promotes follicle development and stimulates ovary growth, and could act as a potential `game-changer` in human fertility treatment.

The discovery may help improve effectiveness of current fertility treatments for women and possibly lead to entirely new treatments altogether.

The full article can be viewed at : ScienceDaily.com