- Ask Us a Question
- Psychological Counseling Referral
Over the years, we have developed a referral base consisting of a group of psychologists dedicated to helping patients (couples) with infertility. Please go to the link above for the list of individual psychologists.
- Mental Health Resources
- Donor Oocyte Agency Referral
We will work with most (but not all!) of the oocyte donation agencies nationwide. Please go to the link above to see a list of agencies we have had the best experience with over the years.
- Gestational Surrogacy Agency Referral
This document lists gestational surrogacy agencies we have worked most closely with.
- Acupuncturists Referral
- Adoption Agencies
- List of Fertility Pharmacies
We have compiled a list of pharmacies specializing in fertility medications. These pharmacies not only have the lowest prices but also stock all the medications you might need and they will provide professional, knowledgeable care.
- Fertility loans by fertility experts.
Finding An Egg Donor
When considering the egg donation treatment it is critical to look at the fertility potential of the egg donor. The selection process includes finding the best physical match, reviewing the medical history of the donor, considering the educational background and getting a feel for the donor’s personality. These are all very important when narrowing down the selection process.
The donor’s fertility potential should be considered before the final selection process is made with the egg donor agency. Parts of the history that would suggest good fertility potential are listed below:
- Age under 32
- Regular Menstrual Cycles (when not taking birth control pills)
- Prior Pregnancies (Full term or abortions)
- Dependable Personality
- Prior Egg Donation Cycle
– That resulted in a pregnancy
– There were extra embryos frozen from that cycle
– High implantation rate
Finding an Egg Donor
Finding A Surrogate
Choosing a surrogate to carry your child can be a difficult task. Surrogates put a lot into the process and being sure that the surrogate is truly “on board” is important. Selecting a surrogate that is dependable and committed to the whole process from embryo transfer to delivery will keep the relationship between you and your surrogate much less stressful.
Some women are better suited for a safe pregnancy than others. A safe pregnancy for both surrogate and baby is the goal. The following should be considered in selecting an ideal donor:
- At least one prior full term pregnancy
- No history of pregnancy complications: Gestational diabetes, high blood pressure in pregnancy,
preterm labor, blood clots
- No more than 2 cesarean sections
- BMI less than 30 (Sometimes can be slightly higher)
- No major medical problems
- Good Nutritional Habits
Finding a Surrogate
Finding an Acupuncturist