Third-Party Reproduction

LGBTQIA+ individuals and couples, single parents and those with certain infertility diagnoses can all benefit from our third-party reproduction services. Third-party reproduction means prospective parents or individuals need the help of another person whether it be a donor or gestational carrier to have a child.

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Donor sperm recipients

Donor sperm can help couples with male-factor infertility, single women and LGBTQIA+ individuals achieve pregnancy. Sperm donors may be anonymous, or someone the sperm recipient knows.

Used with IUI or IVF

Egg donor recipients

When a woman can’t get pregnant using her own eggs or doesn’t want to risk passing along a genetic disorder to her child, she can receive eggs donated by another woman, fertilize them via IVF, and greatly improve her chances of pregnancy.

Who can donor eggs help?

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Using a gestational carrier

A gestational carrier (surrogate) is needed when a woman cannot carry a healthy pregnancy to term, or for same sex male couples who wish to build their family.

How it works

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LGBTQIA+ family building

LGBTQIA+ couples and individuals often need reproductive services to build their family. These include testing, a gestational carrier, and donations of eggs, sperm or embryos.

Services for all needs


Dedicated team

We have a third-party reproductive team dedicated to this specialized form of treatment. Click on the contact us button to request information or to speak with our third-party coordinator.

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Free phone consultation

We know seeking fertility care is a big step. Whether starting the fertility journey or seeking a second opinion, our free fertility phone consults can give patients peace of mind. We answer patients’ questions, discuss medical history, solutions they can try, and possible treatment options.

Let’s talk about it