IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)
IUI involves placing concentrated sperm into the uterus around the time of ovulation.Learn More
IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)
IVF involves retrieving eggs and sperm, fertilizing them in an RMA of New York laboratory to create embryos, then placing a healthy embryo into the uterus to achieve pregnancy.Learn More
Co-IVF / Reciprocal IVF
If you and your partner are both interested in being physically involved in the pregnancy process, co-in vitro fertilization (Co-IVF), also known as reciprocal IVF, may be an option for you. In co-IVF, one partner supplies eggs and the other partner carries the pregnancy.Learn More
Additional Treatment Options
Preserving your eggs now allows you to take control of your options later.
Eggs are combined with sperm in the laboratory to create embryos, which are then cryopreserved for future use.
An egg donor will donate eggs to enable another woman to become pregnant. The egg recipient may be the female patient or a gestational surrogate.
Gestational surrogacy is a process in which an individual, who did not provide the egg used in conception, carries the pregnancy and gives birth to a baby for another person or couple.
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