LGBT Family Building

LGBT Family Building

Providing Same Sex Fertility Care to Growing Families

LGBT Family Building

Whether you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender SpringCreek Fertility’s doors and arms are wide open for you if you want to start a family. You bring the love, and we’ll bring the science, education, and compassionate care. Our fertility experts will help you explore options such as gestational carriers as well as intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization using donor eggs and sperm. In addition to clinical care you may need emotional and legal support, so we will connect you to our network of related service providers in counseling and reproductive law.

Helping all intended parents achieve their dreams is our singular goal. We would be honored to be a part of this life-changing experience for you, too. Third Party (Collaborative) Reproduction offers parents identifying as lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender many possibilities and paths to parenthood including IUI’s and IVF using donor eggs, donor sperm, and/or a gestational carrier. We seek to provide full-service same sex fertility care, customized to each person or couple’s needs. We work with an expansive network of professionals with experience in reproductive law, therapy and counseling, and donor sperm and egg agencies. We are here for you each step of the journey and to inform you of your options and provide you with access to exceptional care and terrific outcomes that are well above the national averages at costs way below the national averages. Everyone deserves to have the family of their dreams.

LGBT Family Building

Please call the office to schedule a consultation with one of our providers. If you have more questions about costs, please call or email our financial counselors who will be happy to discuss some of the fertility bundles designed specifically for collaborative reproduction and the LGBT community.

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When To See a Specialist?

When To See a Specialist?

Deciding when to see a fertility specialist can be complicated. We’ve created a short quiz to help.

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Are you a heterosexual couple that has tried to conceive for over 6 months?

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Are you a same sex couple trying to conceive?

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Do you have irregular menstrual cycles or ovulatory problems?

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Are you a patient where male factor infertility is present?

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