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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.