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Infertility reportedly affects 1 in 6 couples and increasingly people are turning to fertility treatment and IVF to start a family.

IVF was once a controversial and revolutionary treatment for the few, helping couples with infertility to have a child of their own. However since 1978 when Louise Brown, the first IVF baby, was born, there is now a thriving population that has grown to more than 6 million IVF children worldwide.

But now a second revolution is taking place.

Today, there is no such thing as a stereotype of a typical IVF patient

IVF babble strives to reflect this ever-changing diversity. Straight couples, same sex couples, singles, people with genetic disorders, serious illnesses and those who wish to preserve their fertility are all turning to IVF to help them achieve their dreams of parenthood.

Things that were once cultural norms are changing

There are those who are now wanting to preserve their fertility as they haven’t met the right partner or just not ready to start a family. Others where their career is the priority for now. In fact companies such as Facebook, Apple and Yahoo, in an effort to retain and attract talent, now offer egg freezing for female employees. Facebook, it is reported, also offers surrogacy assistance and ‘a host of other fertility services for male and female employees’.

Same sex couples are also having children through their own genetic material, and single people wanting to start a family are choosing to go it alone, or co parent. We’re also living longer and people are generally deciding to have children much later than previous generations.

IVF is not fail safe and won’t work for everyone

Do explore your options and potential paths to parenthood and make sure that IVF is right for you. As you look through the articles on, you will see that through IVF, there is more than one way to make a baby.

With the almost daily medical advances in IVF, there are many paths to parenthood.

Take your first steps and click here to start your journey.

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