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Gail Sexton Anderson

San Rafael, California
Gail Sexton Anderson, Ed.M., has dedicated her career to helping intended parents from all walks of life to build families. She founded Donor Concierge as a compassionate approach to helping intended parents sort through the gauntlet of egg donor and surrogacy options. Gail has developed working... Full Bio
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Shannon, San Francisco by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I wanted to let you know that things are going very well with our donor.   In fact, the timing worked out great and we’re scheduled for a transfer in 6 weeks!  I feel much b ... Read on »
Ana from NYC by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility We are so happy to share that our precious little girl arrived!  She is so beautiful.  I truly don’t know how to thank you enough for all your help we could never have done ... Read on »
Surrogacy in India vs. Surrogacy in the United States by Gail Sexton Anderson Ed.M. by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility It seems that surrogacy in India is growing faster than Starbucks franchises, with a clinic on every corner in both major cities and small villages alike. Read on »
Orientation To The Ovum Donor Process By Gail Sexton Anderson Ed.M. by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility The links embedded in this overview will help answer many of your questions and help you to feel more oriented toward what is involved in coordinating an egg donor cycle. Read on »
The Greatest Gift: Lacey Part I by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Lacey (not her real name) is a wonderful young woman who I have had the privilege of knowing through my work. I have asked her to share her experiences as a donor. She ha ... Read on »
Grieving and Growing: Creative Outlets to Grieving During Infertility By Beth Jaeger-Skigen, LCSW by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Grief will inevitably be a part of your infertility journey. Grieving each loss is an integral part of the process toward parenthood. I believe that in order to fully make n ... Read on »
NEWS Straight, Single Men Turn to Surrogacy for Children (BOSTON) Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility More and more single heterosexual men are turning to surrogacy to start their families. Men who have been search for the right woman to marry and have a family are choosing ... Read on »
‘MUM’S’ Fly for Baby Help by KIRSTY JOHNSTON by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility MUM'S THE WORD: 'Angela' says she'd put her life on hold trying to have a baby using her own eggs before flying to the United States for treatment. More and more women despe ... Read on »
Trying to Conceive: When is it time to transition to donor egg? By Gail Sexton Anderson, Ed.M. by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility There are two parts of the answer to this question. The first would be when your RE tells you that egg donation is your best choice for achieving a pregnancy. The second p ... Read on »
Could sperm and egg donation be as ‘obvious’ as giving blood one day? by Ellen Stewart by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility http://donorconcierge.com/the-world-of-third-party-fertility/could-sperm-egg-donation-be-as-obvious-as-giving-blood-one-day-by-ellen-stewart From raising public awar ... Read on »
Lesbian custody battle in Florida could redefine law on sperm, egg donors by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A custody battle in Florida between two lesbians could fuel the growing national debate over the definition of motherho ... Read on »
Does Your Sperm Need a Diet? Fatty Foods Linked to Poor Sperm Quality By Alexandra Sifferlin by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Re-post from TIME – Healthland Gentlemen, you may want to hold the bacon. A new study suggests that eating a high-fat diet may be associated with ... Read on »
The Telegraph: Surrogacy mothe ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility The Telegraph: Surrogacy mother launches maternity leave challenge http://ow.ly/9Wj9h Read on »
Blog: The Costs of Surrogacy P ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Blog: The Costs of Surrogacy Procedure http://ow.ly/9WiYA Read on »
A Surrogacy Story from Adrienn ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility A Surrogacy Story from Adrienne Arieff http://ow.ly/9NBwb Read on »
Tasmania: Govt to revise surro ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Tasmania: Govt to revise surrogacy laws http://ow.ly/9NBrL Read on »
WKU graduate collaborates on b ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility WKU graduate collaborates on book to answer questions on embryo donations http://ow.ly/9NzTm Read on »
The Sydney Morning Herald: Aus ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility The Sydney Morning Herald: Australia: Concern over complex laws on surrogacy http://ow.ly/9NzyD Read on »
NEW Donor Concierge article: T ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility NEW Donor Concierge article: The Dark Underbelly Of The Surrogacy Industry In India By Andrew Vorzimer http://ow.ly/9KAeh Read on »
DONOR CONCIERGE article: Does ... by Gail Sexton Anderson Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility DONOR CONCIERGE article: Does Your Sperm Need a Diet? Fatty Foods Linked to Poor Sperm Quality By Alexandra Sifferlin http://ow.ly/9KA2V Read on »