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Learn how Oregon Reproductive Medicine can help gay and lesbian couples with pregnancy.
Gay and Lesbian Pregnancy
Can Oregon Reproductive Medicine help gay and lesbian couples with pregnancy? There are a growing number of gay and lesbian couples who are looking for options when it comes to pregnancy and starting a family of their own. Oregon Reproductive Medicine has many options for all types of couples looking to have children. The ORM third-party reproductive team has a proven track record of success when it comes to navigating the many options in achieving a healthy, full-term pregnancy. ORM’s experts will guide you through choices like selecting an egg or sperm donor, or finding a gestational surrogate to meet your pregnancy and family goals.
Pregnancy Options For Lesbian Couples
Lesbian couples will (in most cases) need to find a sperm donor. A couple can procure sperm from a male friend or family member, or chose donated sperm through a sperm bank. Additionally, a lesbian couple will need to decide on which one will be carrying the pregnancy, or if the help of a gestational surrogate is needed. Eggs can be fertilized using in vitro fertilization (IVF) or artificial insemination (IUI).
Pregnancy Options For Gay Couples
Gay men looking to begin a family will need to find both an egg donor, and a gestational surrogate (or gestational carrier) to carry the pregnancy to term. The eggs can be fertilized by either male (or a combination of both), or a selected third-party via in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination.
Helping Gays and Lesbians Achieve Their Family Goals
Oregon Reproductive medicine can guide gay and lesbian couples through the process of achieving their individual family goals. From selecting egg and sperm donors to the protection of your legal rights as a same-sex couple, Oregon Reproductive Medicine has a current success rate of 85% for Donor Egg/Gestational success. You can find out more about the process of pregnancy and same-sex couples at a free informational seminar, where doctors from Oregon Reproductive Medicine answer all your questions and discuss the promising treatments now available.