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Recommended IVF Clinics & Resources
Pacific Fertility Center in Los Angeles (PFCLA) was founded more than a decade ago by the team that pioneered the nation’s first private in-vitro center. Since that time, our physicians have introduced a number of innovations in the treatment of infertility, and they have been at the vanguard in defining standards of care and accountability. They’re proud to note that today more than 4,000 children across the world owe their conception to the treatment their parents received at our centers. PFCLA's doctors are fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese.
San Diego Fertility Center® has been creating miracles every day for over 10 years. Regardless of your situation, their nationally recognized infertility specialists can work closely with you to develop a personalized fertility treatment plan, including IVF, PGD, egg donation and surrogacy, and other fertility options. San Diego Fertility Center's doctors are fluent in English, Spanish, Korean, and Mandarin Chinese.
Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT) believes patient care begins with a partnership between patients and award-winning, board-certified reproductive endocrinologists. Personalized fertility treatment plans include IVF, sperm and egg donation, and cutting-edge genetic testing technology, and Select CCS (Comprehensive Chromosome Screening). The clinic's Fertility & Wellness Program offers acupuncture, nutrition, and yoga. RMACT partners with GayParentsToBe.com on gay and lesbian parenting to help same-sex couples become parents. Financial packages are available. Patients also have access to financial resources and legal services.
Author and Founder of SecretInfertility.com, Fran Meadows’ shares her experiences to raise awareness throughout the community as an Infertility Advocate, exploring the ways in which our society remains silent about the secrets of infertility. Through self-education and awareness, she hopes to share her voice to make a difference to break the stigma surrounding the disease of infertility. Meadows stays connected to both patients and professionals and frequently connects, shares, and collaborates to build successful relationships in the community with social media. She continues to raise awareness and support the community with online events and live educational events.
GayParenting.org is one of the Internet’s largest resources for LGBT individuals interested in becoming parents. They are there to help you find answers and offer support on the challenges of starting up a family you can call your own. They believe that there is no one solution for all the challenges in raising a family.