Gay Male Family Building
Gay men who wish to become biological parents can achieve their dreams by using an egg donor and a gestational carrier/surrogate with in vitro fertilization. The combination of IVF using donor eggs fertilized with sperm of the intended parent(s) with an embryo transfer into a surrogate (gestational carrier), enables gay and single men to have their own biological children.
The pregnancy rates using donor eggs and gestational surrogacy are some of the highest available in assisted reproduction.
Choosing a Gestational Carrier or Egg Donor
The egg donors and surrogates are selected through specialized agencies that carry out the initial recruitment and screening of candidates, provide referrals to attorneys who specialize in reproductive law, and help administer the arrangements. Cardone Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, LLC prides itself in working with many of the most respected third party agencies in the world.
- Access to Our Frozen Donor Egg Bank
- Referrals to Reliable Donor/Gestational Carrier Agencies
- Financing Options
Male Factor Infertility
Occasionally a male factor infertility problem is discovered; either the other partner's sperm can be used or advanced male infertility techniques, such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for an abnormal sperm count, is utilized, if appropriate.