Assisted reproduction techniques for the LGBT collective
Assisted reproduction techniques for the LGBT collective

Assisted reproduction techniques for the LGBT collective

By Reproclinic Editorial Committee
The desire to be a mother or father sometimes becomes the dream of people around the world. And one of our objectives as an assisted reproduction center is to make it possible for any person to achieve it, when and how she or he wishes. For this reason, we make available to the entire LGBT collective different methods and techniques that cover each and every one of the needs that may arise. But, what are these assisted reproduction techniques for the LGBT collective? Keep reading!


Assisted reproduction techniques for the LGBT collective: How many are they and how do they work?


Thanks to medical and technological advances, now is possible for couples in the LGBT group to have children. In Fertty we offer different techniques that can vary depending on the sex of the couples and the age they are:


Shared motherhood: We talked about this method earlier in our blog. It is a technique designed for couples of women. One of the future mothers pots the egg to be fertilized, while the other is the future mother who will have the embryo in her uterus. Get more information here.


Artificial insemination with donor semen: It’s a treatment that offers the possibility of increasing the number of mobile sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and thus increase the chances of pregnancy. Fertilization occurs with sperm obtained from an anonymous donation. Get more information here.


In vitro fertilization with donor semen: It consists of obtaining embryos in the laboratory from an egg from the woman and a sperm from donation, previously assigned and selected. Once the embryos are obtained, they are transferred into the mother’s uterus that is responsible for gestating the pregnancy. Get more information here.


Who are they indicated for?


The effectiveness of each assisted reproduction technique is conditioned by different factors: the woman’s age, the quality of the ovaries or possible abnormalities in the fallopian tubes.


For all this, it is important that at the moment to start the process, the experts know well the case of each person to be able to advise which is the most effective method of assisted reproduction for the couple.

So, if you want to start a family, do not hesitate to contact Reproclinic. We will inform you and advise you without obligation and solve your doubts.


Published by Dr Maria Arqué

Medical Director at Reproclinic
Specialist in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine