25 Aug Building a Family through Gay Surrogacy for Same Sex Male Couples and Single Men
Today, increasing accessibility and advancements in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) make it possible for many LGBTQIA couples to have biological children of their own.
Gay male couples and single men desiring to start a family need assistance coordinating the complex process of egg donation and gestational surrogacy.
Fertility Specialists Medical Group (FSMG) is experienced in helping same sex male couples and single men learn more about their options for building a family. A medical consultation with a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist will assess you and your partner for sperm quality, screen potential egg donors for suitable egg quality, quantity, general health and genetic history. The reproductive endocrinologist will assist with the evaluation of your potential gestational carrier, explain and perform all FDA regulated screening and coordinate and perform IVF and the embryo transfer.
Using an egg donor and gestational carrier is a realistic and rewarding way to build your family and can run smoothly with the right people on your side. The first step in building your team is to meet with the reproductive endocrinologist who will build and lead your team. FSMG can guide you through this complicated and exciting process and help you build your family.
Fertility Specialist Medical Group embraces the American Society of Reproductive Medicine position that gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual couples, and individuals (as well as single heterosexuals) all have the same aspirations and constitutional rights to have a family as everyone.
The goal at FSMG is to help all LGBTQIA individuals and couples build a family. We support the LGBTQIA community and we are committed to meeting their reproductive needs with support and services to build families.
To learn more about this topic and speak to one of our physicians about fertility treatments, please request a consultation here.