Infertility is an emotional and complex challenge for any couple, including injured veterans whose service-related injuries caused their infertility. Though science has been rapidly advancing to help men and women overcome infertility and start their own families, a 30-year-old ban has long pushed these scientific accomplishments out of reach for wounded American veterans. (more…)
Open Arms Surrogacy & Egg Donation is excited to participate at Orlando’s Come Out with Pride event that has been rescheduled for Saturday, November 12th, 2016 at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. We’ll be there to answer questions about surrogacy and egg donation. Come by and see us!
BREAKING NEWS! The 12th annual Come Out With Pride festival, postponed due to the impact of Hurricane Matthew, has been rescheduled to Saturday, November 12 at Lake Eola Park. A full revised schedule of activities and entertainment will be released soon.
With a new date set, the LGBTQ+ community and allies will have the opportunity to unite together in strength and love five months following the tragedy at Pulse nightclub. The production team is committed to ensuring that the Most Colorful Parade, Pride Marketplace, and Fireworks continue as planned; ticket holders for the new Taste of Pride and the VIP Experience will have their entitlements transferred to the new date.
Open Arms Consultants was featured in Woman to Woman Magazine in their December of 2005 Issue.
“It is no wonder that couples put their trust in Souad Dreyfus when needing an egg donor or a surrogate to become parents. When I met Souad for the first time, she instantly put me at ease without the thought of trying to do so.” – Leslie Allen
Open Arms Consultants was interviewed by Bay 9 News, in 2007. Report by Kathryn Simmons.
Infertility Consultant, Souad Dreyfus of Open Arms Consultants was interviewed by Bay News 9, Wednesday 13th of 2007 and discussed egg donation as one of the options available for fertility patients today, and its process and the leading cause of infertility as well. Report by Kathryn Simmons.
Open Arms Consultants was featured at the Tampa Tribune article: ‘Birth Mom Breaks New Ground’, by Jan Hollingsworth. Published July 16, 2008.
PLANT CITY -- …A Plant City woman delivered last month on behalf of a South Florida couple. Ashley Alice and Lucas Edwin Newman arrived June 3 at South Florida Baptist Hospital. Officials there said it is the first time a surrogate mother has given birth at the facility. Technically, Tonya Browning, 33, was not a surrogate, but a “gestational carrier” whose womb nurtured the embryos…read full article
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