Questions to Ask at your First Fertility Clinic Visit
Your first fertility clinic visit can be overwhelming. You’re bound to have many questions that you inevitably forget when you’re face-to-face with your doctor. Review
Acupuncture, Stress, and In Vitro Fertilization
Acupuncture refers to the administering of disposable, one time use needles which are hair- fine and flexible. These needles are inserted into specific areas of
Supporting the Bi+ Community on the Path to Parenthood
Research is beginning to suggest that members of the bi+ community who have children in the context of a different-sex relationship may be more likely to experience depression and anxiety symptoms in the postpartum period. The speculation is that during the transition to parenthood, there is a loss of identity around sexual orientation and a feeling of disconnection from the LGBTQ+ community. The suggestions here aim to keep you connected to your identity throughout the pregnancy and parenthood journey.
2019 LGBTQ Family Building Guide
Our 2019 LGBTQ Family Building Guide is designed to help hopeful parents learn more about all approaches to family building and reproductive health for the LGBTQ community. All articles are written by experts in their fields, and the Guide is available to download or read online.
Parenting Options for the LGBTQ+ Community Handbook
This informational handbook provides a comprehensive overview of family building options for LGBTQ+ individuals. It includes: Medical and legal information all LGBTQ+ individuals should know
Surrogacy and Egg Donation Handbook
Are you LGBTQ+ and thinking about becoming a parent through surrogacy and egg donation? Whether you’re single or part of a couple, this comprehensive handbook
Paths to Pregnancy Handbook
Are you LGBTQ+ and thinking about pregnancy? This handbook provides comprehensive information about pregnancy options for LGBTQ+ individuals who require sperm to start or expand
Facts about LGBTQ Families
Last Updated August 2017 How many LGBTQ people are there in the United States? LGBTQ: Approximately 4.3% of adults in the U.S. identify as lesbian,