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Fertility Services for Same-Gender Couples in Los Angeles

In the past, same-gender couples looking to start a family had to go through long, complicated adoption processes. Now, with modern reproductive techniques, same-gender couples can have children and share the joys of conception and pregnancy. At Reproductive Fertility Center, we provide a safe, friendly environment to help same-gender couples of all ages achieve their dreams of parenthood.
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“May peace, hope and love be with you today, tomorrow and always. You helped us to complete our family with in vitro fertilization IVF procedure in Beverly Hills facility. Thank you and your ever comforting staff who helped us in our journey to have an angel. She brings joy to our life and strengthens our relationship. Keep up the good work Dr. Saadat.”

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Benefits of Same-Gender Fertility Services

Make Your Family Feel Whole

The thought of welcoming a new baby is exciting for any couple dreaming of becoming parents. No matter what your family looks like, our specialists at Reproductive Fertility Center are here to meet your specific needs to make your family feel complete.

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Fertility Treatment Options


For same-gender couples, we offer surrogacy and donor programs to help them reach their family goals. Couples will be asked to schedule a consultation with Dr. Saadat to discuss their options so they can move forward with their dream of having a child.

Same-Sex Female Couples

We provide the following fertility treatments for same-sex female couples attempting to start a family of their own:

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Option

  • One or both partners are inseminated with donor sperm.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Options

  • Eggs from one or both partners are fertilized using donor sperm, and the resulting embryo(s) is implanted into one or both partners.
  • Eggs are taken from one partner, fertilized using donor sperm, and the embryo is implanted into a surrogate.
  • Eggs from a donor are fertilized using donor sperm and implanted into one partner.
  • Eggs from a donor are fertilized using donor sperm and implanted into a surrogate.

Couples can choose to know their sperm donors or look into anonymous donors selected from a sperm bank.

Same-Sex Male Couples

Male couples will meet with our egg donor and surrogacy coordinators to find an egg donor and surrogate of their liking. Our specialists will then fertilize the eggs using IVF and place the embryo in the uterus of the surrogate. Male couples can choose from the following treatment options:

  • Egg donor using one or both partners’ sperm and a surrogate
  • Egg donor using donor sperm and a surrogate

Legal Resources

We offer referrals to legal resources and attorneys who specialize in legal and contractual issues regarding same-sex parenting.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do IVF and same-gender fertility treatments cost?

The cost of your fertility treatment will vary based on several factors. For more information, you may view our IVF cost page online and meet with our financial coordinator after your consultation.

Can my partner and I select the embryo’s gender?

Yes, your embryo’s gender can be genetically detected. Additionally, most chromosomal abnormalities can be genetically detected before the embryo transfer.

How will my partner and I know what fertility treatment is right for us?

Dr. Saadat personally meets with each couple to go over their health history and discuss their needs to determine the best fertility treatment option for their family.

What if my partner and I decide to use a surrogate?

If you desire a surrogate, Dr. Saadat will make sure you and your partner receive guidance and support throughout the process. Most male couples who wish to become parents choose to use a surrogate using their sperm or donor sperm. Female couples may seek a surrogate if they experience unsuccessful artificial insemination or IVF treatments.