RMIA offers several family building options for LBGT couples. Couples who plan to start a family may opt to use assisted reproductive therapies whether or not one or both partners bear an infertility diagnosis. From providing guidance during the selection process of your donor and/or gestational carrier*, to coordinating your specific treatment plan — you will be in the hands of a dynamic team of experts in the field of advanced reproduction. RMIA offers several different treatment options to cover many of the challenges LGBT partners face. Among these treatments are:
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) with Donor Sperm
- IVF with Donor Sperm
- IVF with Donor Sperm and Donor Egg
- IVF with Gestational Carrier
- IVF with Gestational Carrier and:
- Donor Egg
- Donor Sperm
- Donor Sperm and Egg
- Reciprocal IVF for female couples – in this option, one partner provides the eggs, while the other carries the pregnancy
Psychological consultation is offered to all couples seeking third party reproduction. This visit is required for couples utilizing gestational carriers or known gamete donors.
*RMIA does not provide gestational carriers. Patients are responsible for obtaining their own carrier. This is usually a close friend or family member; however there are agencies that provide this service as an alternative source to patients considering this course of treatment.