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In Vitro Fertilization or IVF is the most commonly used assisted reproductive technology (ART) to help couples achieve their dreams of parenthood. The process consists of ovulation induction, egg retrieval, fertilization in a laboratory (in-vitro) and embryo transfer to the mother's uterus. The biggest advantage of...

Most people reach a point in life when they wish to have children. For lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals or couples, many options exist for starting a family. Rocky Mountain Fertility Center recognizes that LGBT couples face particular hurdles, when building a family...

When a couple is not successful at achieving pregnancy after a full year of unprotected intercourse, both partners should undergo a thorough physical and medical assessment with a fertility specialist.  Using clues from this comprehensive evaluation the physician can suggest appropriate tests to diagnosis the...

A fertility clinic can offer many options for gay and lesbian family building. We have helped individuals and couples from all over the globe to build families using assisted reproductive procedures. Our goal is to ensure that each patient is comfortable through the entire treatment...

Before in vitro fertilization (IVF) was developed, there were no options available for women who had diminished ovarian reserve, ovarian failure, or potential for genetically transmittable diseases. Luckily, today woman who have fertility problems can use an egg donor, which is a woman that donates...

The concept of a female’s egg quality is derived from an observation that the probability of embryo implantation is associated with the age of the woman who provides the egg as well as her overall ovarian reserve. Egg quality is synonymous with embryo implantation. Egg quality...

The legal rights for transgender persons and parents are quite unclear, according to the Human Rights Campaign. Transgender individuals can often become legally married in a same-sex relationship or heterosexual pairing, which depends on whether their state recognizes transitioning. However, the lack of established legal...