How Can A Christian Choose IVF?

  1. Kara says:

    Wishing you the best of luck on your new adventure!

  2. Candace says:

    Another great post! You answered some hard questions and honestly- I know so much more now about the process! Praying for you!!

  3. Your words were beautiful. I cried. In case you ever did fertilize a lot of babies check out the snowflake foundation as we also knew we would never destroy any but were worried if we had too many. That wasn't even close to our issue.

    • Honestly, with my DX I highly, highly doubt this will be our issue as well. Since we know it is my eggs, either quantity or quality, it will be a miracle if we even do have any to freeze, let alone have success with transfer. But, even so, we so desire a large family. We don't want just 2 or 3 babies. MOAR BABIES!! 🙂 So, I'm going to keep them all to myself!

  4. Lacy says:

    Love these posts! I know a lot of Christians have such misconstrued ideas about IVF and I love the way you explain it in terms of keeping with biblical beliefs. It's so awesome to see you embrace this path God has led you on and reach others through your story!

  5. David says:

    This was a great read and really spoke in regards to how my wife and I felt when realizing we would have to go this route.

    God is the one who decides whether or not it will work. He makes the decision if the embryo will actually transplant. Our first round didn’t take. Thankfully, we were blessed with our daughter in 2014, after a second round, and are starting the process over again. I can honestly say it was heartbreaking when the first round didn’t take. That being said, God had a plan for everything.

    Something we did to help us as well was telling our ivf doctor that you fertilize what you transfer. They would only do 2 at a time so that’s what we did. He was confused but understood our decision.

    Thank you again for writing this.

  6. Amanda says:

    I just stumbled upon your page in a frantic effort to find some discernment on the issue of IVF from a Christian perspective. My husband and I just came from a frightening appointment in which the specialist was raving about how wonderful it is to “screen and discard problematic embryos” in regard to IVF implantation. With my AMH levels extremely low at the ripe old age of 21, we are finding that IVF is likely our only route to conception but after leaving the appointment I found myself in a moral crisis. I SO appreciate your outlooks and insights on this subject- such encouragement and comfort on a difficult night.

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