PollenTree.com - Social Network For Those Wanting Children By Non-Traditional Means

PollenTree.com has just launched to provide a social network for those contemplating or using one of the following methods – IVF, Sperm Donation, Surrogacy or Adoption.
 
March 24, 2009 - PRLog -- There are a growing number of future parents seeking to have children by non-traditional means. The decision to choose a non-traditional route to having children may be due to fertility difficulties or may be a life choice.

PollenTree.com is the idea of Rita and Patrick D'Alton-Harrison and came about because some of their friends had decided to go down the non-traditional route and wanted to meet other people going through the same experience.

Website Features
The website includes discussions, groups, questions & answers, news and legal sections in the four main areas. The adoption section also includes an entertaining and informative Celebrity Adoption page.

The website is completely free to users and includes a number of useful tools and services :

- Fertility Calculator to estimate ovulation dates and calculate times of maximum fertility, including automatic email reminders.

- Fertility Diary to remind you of important dates.

- Messaging service between members.

- Members’ blogs.

- Groups for specific issues.

Even for those not seeking personal advice PollenTree is great way to keep up to date with news and developments relating to fertility.


NOTES FOR EDITORS:

PollenTree.com is a website for those seeking to have children by non-traditional means.
The site provides information relating to IVF, Sperm Donation, Surrogacy and Adoption.

For further information contact:
Email: press@pollentree.com
Web: http://www.pollentree.com
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Tags:Ivf, Sperm Donation, Surrogacy, Adoption
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