Deciding to have a child when you have cystic fibrosis requires a great deal of planning. Fortunately, addressing some key questions can help you navigate the family planning process.
Learning more about the financial, health, lifestyle, time-management, and other implications of being a parent with cystic fibrosis can help you decide if having kids is right for you.
Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is often a popular family building option among people with cystic fibrosis. Learn more about common ART techniques to find the right family building method for you.
Many people with CF choose surrogacy or gestational carriers as a family building option. By learning more about surrogacy and its potential challenges, you can ultimately assess whether it is right for you.
By understanding the effects that different forms of contraception can have on people with cystic fibrosis, you can choose the method that is right for you.
By learning more about the pros and cons of adoption for a person with cystic fibrosis, you can ultimately decide if it is the right family building option for you.
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