Lesbian-Family Building

Lesbian couples, couples with two egg providers, or egg producing individuals who would like to achieve pregnancy have two main treatment paths: intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF). IVF can be completed by pursuing either standard IVF or Co-IVF. Our physicians work with you to determine which treatments will best meet your fertility and family-building goals.

Additional Treatment Options

Egg Donor Conception

An egg donor will donate eggs to enable another woman to become pregnant. The egg recipient may be the female patient or a gestational surrogate.!

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Gestational Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy is a process in which an individual, who did not provide the egg used in conception, carries the pregnancy and gives birth to a baby for another person or couple.

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Egg Freezing

Preserving your eggs now allows you to take control of your options later.

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Embryo Freezing

Eggs are combined with sperm in the laboratory to create embryos, which are then cryopreserved for future use.

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Our Services:


IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Co-IVF / Reciprocal IVF
  • IUI involves placing concentrated sperm into the uterus around the time of ovulation.
  • IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • College of American Pathologists
  • The Association of Chinese Geneticists in
  • American Society for Clinical Pathology America
  • American College of Medical Genetics
  • Association for Laboratory Automation
  • "Comprehensive Paired Tumor/Germline Testing for Lynch Syndrome" Journal of Clinical Oncology | In Review
  • "Functional Assay of Small Molecules Using Yeast Genomic Technology and System Biology Strategies" | In Review
  • "Idiopathic Infantile Arterial Calcification: A Possible Cause of Refractory Cardiopulonary Failure in Infancy. Case Rep Pathol | 2014
  • Evolutionary History and Associated Chromosomal Abnormalities of a Segmental Duplicated Superstructure found on Chromosome 17. American Society of Human Genetics Meeting 2009
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