Guide for gay couples and single men to become dads

Oma Fertility

Guide for gay couples and single men to become dads

We are proud to offer gay couples and single men to start their families.

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Fertility options for gay dads and single men

  • Egg donation

    Egg donation is the most common form of third-party reproduction.

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  • Gestational surrogacy

    Gestational surrogacy is where a surrogate agrees to carry a pregnancy for a couple that cannot carry their baby themselves.

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  • Embryo transfer

    If you have many high-quality embryos available after an implantation attempt, you have the option to freeze them.

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How to get started?

The first step in your journey can be the hardest. But fertility treatments shouldn’t be complicated, and neither should getting started. Discover your treatment options in a few simple steps

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  1. 1

    Get in touch

    Tell us a little about yourself by filling out our contact sheet so we know how to reach you.

  2. 2

    Connect with a Care Coordinator

    One of our dedicated Care Coordinators will reach out to you to learn more about you and your fertility goals. They will work with your schedule to book a video consultation with our fertility doctor.

  3. 3

    Speak to our Fertility Expert

    In a video call with our fertility doctor, you’ll discuss the specific care plan created to address your unique goals and health history.

  4. 4

    Begin Treatment

    Your Care Coordinator will follow-up with you on your discussion with our fertility doctor. Then, we’ll give you detailed financial information on your care plan. If you choose Oma Fertility for your journey to have a baby, the Coordinator will book you for your first in-office appointment so you can start your treatment.

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