A 2SLGBTQI+ company, proudly serving all pathways to Parenthood. We belong to this community, understanding the needs and challenges that our community faces regarding family building. We believe that every individual has a fundamental right to grow their family and have aligned with the top service providers in the fertility industry to facilitate your journey to parenthood.
Members of the 2SLGBTQI+ community often do not know where to start to begin a family. We are here to educate and assist with your needs. Our goal is to make the journey to parenthood attainable and easier to navigate, making your dreams of having a family come true.
Our values are grounded in how we relate, connect and unite with the 2SLGBTQI+ community. We remove barriers and provide access to best-in-class fertility services, growing legacy for our future generations.
Canada is the best jurisdiction in which all families can grow!
Egg donors and gestational surrogates are accessed through collaborating, expert and vetted agencies. Our partnered fertility centers will serve as your guides facilitating the required medical work up including the following:
*All conform to Health Canada regulations as stipulated in the Canadian AHRA (assisted human reproduction act)
Process in 5 easy steps:
Reciprocal IVF is a family building option for couples that includes one partner contributing eggs to form an embryo (created with donor sperm) and the other partner who then receives the created embryo/ carrying the pregnancy.
This assumes that both partners possess eggs and/ or a uterus. While widely adopted as an option for lesbian couples, it is also a viable option for trans men who still have ovaries and their partners, if they have a uterus.
Reciprocal IVF allows both partners in a couple to be intimately involved in the family building process.
Your Cycle Coordination Concierge at your center will usher you through your journey to parenthood. Your care will be tailored through:
What is Egg Freezing?
Egg freezing is the most common way to combat the age-related decline in fertility for individuals with ovaries.
It is important to do this in an experienced, reputable laboratory with innovative technologies so that you are given the best chance at a family should you have recourse to the frozen eggs in the future.
What is involved in a general fertility assessment?
The first step in addressing infertility is understanding its causes. In your fertility assessment, the provider will complete a physical examination and a medical history for the patient. If they have a conceiving partner, that individual may be asked to complete some testing as well. The results of this assessment will help to create a fertility plan in collaboration with the patient.
What is TDI/IUI?
Intrauterine insemination (IUI), also commonly known as “artificial insemination”, is the process of placing sperm into a uterus at the time of ovulation, bypassing the vagina and cervix, in order to achieve a pregnancy.
It is commonly combined with the administration of medications with the purpose of releasing more than one egg at the time of ovulation. This is known as COS (controlled ovarian stimulation) and increases the chances of pregnancy in a cycle.
TDI stands for “therapeutic donor insemination”. This refers to when the insemination involves a sperm donor for the purposes of achieving a pregnancy. The process for the insemination is the same as for an IUI.
A 2SLGBTQI+ Company. Built by gays for the gay community. The team at Pride Parenthood is proud to make your dreams of becoming parent(s) a reality!
We will be referring you to our preferred fertility service providers, ensuring premier care is given to all clients with their unique journeys.