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Advancements in medical and reproductive technology have made it possible for gay men to become parents to a child who is biologically related to them. Gay couples will need both an egg donor, who will provide the eggs and a surrogate carrier, who will become pregnant and bear the child. Once these choices are made, one or both male partners will donate their sperm to inseminate the donated eggs.
Our team will be with you every step of the way to help guide you through the decisions that make the most sense for you and your partner.
You will need to choose an egg donor. If medically appropriate, you can choose a family member or close friend. We have rigorously-screened donor eggs available at our facilities, or you can use a donor from an agency.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is one of the most common and most successful types of assisted reproduction.
In Vitro Fertilization takes place outside of the body. Donor eggs are combined with the sperm of one partner, usually creating multiple embryos. Once an embryo is tested and selected by the couple, it is then transferred into the chosen gestational carrier, where it will continue to develop into a baby.
Learn more about the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) process.
After retrieval, it is possible to split an egg so that it can be fertilized with the sperm of both partners.
If you wish, you can arrange for two gestational carriers so that both partners can be used at the same time. It is possible to transfer both partners’ embryos to two separate gestational carriers on the same day.