Grow your family with help from reciprocal IVF
Reciprocal IVF is a lesbian fertility treatment. While intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a very successful option for female couples, it means one partner has little physical involvement in the process. However, this treatment allows both partners to physically take part in conception.
With this arrangement, one partner will donate her eggs. As a result, she serves as the egg donor and supplying the genetic makeup of the child. The other partner undergo the embryo transfer and carry the pregnancy. This process creates the ultimate two-mother family. The new family will enjoy the legal and social recognition and privileges of dual motherhood.
Learn more about the factors influencing this lesbian fertility treatment
The success of having a child through reciprocal IVF depends on a variety of factors.
- Fertility and health of the egg-donor partner
- Fertility and health of the sperm donor
- Health of the recipient partner
- Expertise and skill of the physicians and embryologists managing the process
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