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At the Center for Reproductive Medicine, our team is highly experienced in coordinating care for singles and couples who choose third-party reproduction. If you’re building your family with the help of a third party — meaning an egg donor, sperm donor or gestational carrier — our fertility experts will help you understand your options and take the next steps. Additionally, if you need help connecting with third party, we can recommend several well known agencies.

Egg Donors

Egg donors provide eggs to be fertilized by sperm from you, your partner or a donor through in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Sperm Donors

Sperm donors provide sperm to fertilize eggs through in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI). An egg fertilized by donor sperm may be transferred into your uterus or the uterus of your partner or a gestational carrier (surrogate).

Gestational Carriers

A gestational carrier (or gestational surrogate) agrees to carry an embryo as it develops into a baby, then give birth to the baby. A gestational carrier is not genetically related to the baby, but helps others build a family by carrying their child through pregnancy for them. 

 

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Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility