LGBTQ Biological Parenting

For Women

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Same-Sex

Female Couples

IUI or IVF

Female couples will decide which partner will carry the pregnancy and select a sperm donor, while a single woman will only need to select a sperm donor. If repeated attempts with IUI do not result in pregnancy, further options may include the use of fertility drugs with IUI, or IVF treatment.


For Men

— & —

Same-Sex
Male Couples

Egg Donation, Surrogacy and IVF

Men wishing to build a family will use both an egg donor and a gestational surrogate, as well as in vitro fertilization (IVF). Gay couples will decide which partner will use his sperm to undergo routine sperm testing, while a single man will use his own sperm. Even if a male fertility issue is discovered, the sperm can often be used successfully.


During Your Visit

We encourage you to ask questions about the process of becoming a parent. If any diagnostic testing is needed, we will schedule these so the doctor can develop a treatment plan that is customized to your desired outcome.

Your private consultation will include:

  • Overview of your medical history
  • Potential treatment plans
  • Financial options

ORM Cherishes the LGBTQ Community

Contact Oregon Reproductive Medicine for more information today.

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