Tina and Ben Gibson carefully scoured donor profiles before adopting embryos from a faith-based nonprofit in Knoxville, Tennessee, in Wives want hot sex Mescalero profiles given to the couple by the National Embryo Donation Center NEDC included basic information, such as the age of the woman whose soemone were used, but nothing about the year in which they were frozen.
So the Gibsons got the shock of their lives on the day of the transfer when their doctor announced that the embryo dated back to Tina Gibson, now 29, was born in April Nine months later, she welcomed a healthy daughter named Emma, whose birth made national headlines for being the longest-cryopreserved human embryo to result in a successful birth.
Now, the Gibsons are back in the news again. On Oct. Molly is believed to have set a new record for the longest-frozen embryo to have resulted in a birth, according to the National Embryo Donation Center and research staff at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library in Knoxville.
Gibson hopes more people will consider embryo donation to help couples who are struggling with infertility. And those children will be so loved.
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