We provide referrals to our preferred fertility provider in Canada for the entire landscape of fertility services; from egg donation and gestational surrogacy to reciprocal IVF and egg freezing.
You will be guided through your fertility journey to parenthood by best-in-class professionals who understand that every journey is unique. They will provide a curated program to assist your dream of becoming a parent(s).
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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)
IVF is the process of stimulating and retrieving multiple eggs from a patient’s ovaries and fertilizing them with sperm to create embryos.
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 will usher you through your journey to parenthood. Your care will be tailored through:
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.
The first step in addressing infertility is understanding its causes. In our fertility assessment, we’ll complete a physical exam and a medical history for the patient wanting to become pregnant. If they have a conceiving partner, we might ask them to complete some testing as well. The results of this assessment will help us create a fertility plan in collaboration with the patient.
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.