Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Special Opportunity Just For Our READERS!!!!

We have been contacted on behalf of Fertility LifeLines™ and RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, asking us to join an initiative empowering couples to speak openly if they’re having trouble getting pregnant. We immediately responded that we are extremely interested in working together to reduce the stigma surrounding infertility by sharing this information with 3 Babes, 2 Jens, 1 Cause- Embryo Adoption readers.

News anchor Giuliana Rancic and her husband, entrepreneur and The Apprentice season one winner Bill Rancic, are no strangers to this difficulty and are urging couples to communicate about fertility issues with a fertility specialist. They are collaborating with RESOLVE and Fertility LifeLines™ in order to stress this fact and help couples who may be experiencing or may experience issues in the future.

A few things Giuliana and Bill want couples to keep in mind:

•See a fertility specialist as soon as possible to get evaluated, learn about fertility and determine potential treatment options.

•If you’re under the age of 35 and have been trying to conceive for a year or more, or are over the age of 35 and have been trying for six months, see a fertility specialist now in order to potentially reduce the chance of frustration later.

Want to see what Giuliana and Bill are saying first hand? Click here for their special online public service announcement. This online public service announcement and Fertility LifeLines™are provided by EMD Serono, Inc.

For more information about patient resources, visit

Resolve's information pages about Embryo Adoption/Donation are located here.

Resolve also has a website specifically regarding Embryo Adoption/Donation @

Now, for the Special Opportunity...

Do you have any questions for Giuliana and Bill???

Please leave a comment with your questions,

we will forward 5-7 questions to the Rancic's,

and we will post their answers soon!!!


  1. How exciting! I would like to know what other options they are considering -- embryo adoption, surrogacy, traditional adoption.

  2. I'm sure this will help so many couples! I'd love to know if they'd ever heard of embryo adoption in their research and networking?