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Discover Your Path to Parenthood

At Oma Fertility, we believe that everyone who wants to have a child deserves the chance to have one regardless of their background or what led them to fertility care. Everyone’s path to parenthood is different, so we offer a range of treatment options and tailor-made plans to help each family achieve their goals.

Fertility Treatment Options

Oma is a full-service fertility clinic that offers patients a range of treatment options. Our clinics are designed with cutting-edge, best-in-class labs and technology to help give families better odds.


In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a process where eggs and sperm are combined outside of the uterus to create fertilized embryos.

IVF with Donor Sperm

Sperm donation is a great option for cases of male factor infertility, for single women, or for same-sex or transgender couples where neither partner can produce sperm.


Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a process where sperm is placed directly inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization.

IVF with Donor Egg

Whether from age or medical conditions, some people are unable to produce eggs that result in a viable pregnancy. In these cases, eggs from a thoroughly vetted egg donor can be used for in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Reciprocal IVF

Reciprocal IVF is a fertility option for female/female couples or couples including trans men that allows both partners to participate in the conception process.

Egg Freezing

As women age, egg health drops off significantly. By freezing younger, healthier eggs, you can give yourself more options and can improve your chances of conceiving later in life when you’re ready to try.

Frozen embryo transfer

If you have high-quality frozen embryos, you can use those embryos for subsequent transfers, even if those embryos were made at another clinic.

Gestational Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy is where a gestational carrier agrees to carry a pregnancy for those that cannot carry their baby themselves.

Shared Egg Freezing

Shared Egg Freezing allows people who are freezing their eggs to freeze their eggs for free when they donate half of their retrieved eggs to our Egg Donor program.

Find a Treatment That Works for Your Family

We believe that anyone that wants to have a child should be able to have one, so we have options for all types of future parents.

Heterosexual Couples

With flat prices, top lab design and technology, and a care advocate who will support you through your journey, fertility treatment at Oma is designed to be simple and seamless.

Lesbian Couples

Many of the steps to parenthood for lesbian couples are the same as those for heterosexual couples, however there will be some additional decisions that your Oma care team will help guide you through.

Gay Couples

Parenthood for gay couples will require a unique set of steps and decisions that your care advocate will help guide you through and ensure a seamless experience.

Single Parents

Single parents’ fertility journey will be similar to others, however egg or sperm donation will likely be required. Our care team is uniquely equipped to support you with these additional steps and help coordinate with third-party services.

Transgender Parents

We aim to make transgender parents’ journey to parenthood as seamless and simple. Your care team will walk you through all the required steps and help coordinate with third-party services.

Why Oma

Putting the same old experience behind a shiny new waiting room doesn’t make more babies. Oma is changing fertility treatment with innovative technology, respectful care, and ethical pricing.

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Oma Sperm InSight™

Sperm is half the equation — so we developed AI technology that helps our embryologists identify the most promising sperm cell for IVF.

Ethical pricing

Flat pricing without hidden fees, surprise costs, or inflated profit margins, because we believe fertility clinics can make a sustainable profit without taking advantage.

Convenient visits and medication delivery

Getting pregnant can feel like a full-time job. We give the option of virtual visits and help coordinate prescription delivery.

Respectful, attentive care from your designated team

You’ll see the same doctors and nurses at every visit and receive clear communication during and in between appointments. We also ensure seamless communication between Oma staff, so you don’t have to repeat information.

5-star care

“One of the best decisions I have made”

Choosing Oma Fertility was one of the best decisions I have made in a long time. Dr. Daniel Rychlik is amazing and will do whatever it takes to help you start your new family. The other staff members are wonderful as well and very helpful and very kind and courteous and knowledgeable.



  • How long should you try to conceive before seeing a doctor?

    If you’re over 35 years old and have been trying to conceive for 6+ months unsuccessfully, it might be time to consult with a fertility specialist. However, there are other reasons that it might be a good idea to see a fertility specialist, like learning more about egg freezing for future use or getting more information about your fertility status.

  • What tests are involved to diagnose infertility?

    If you’re over 35 years old and have been trying to conceive for 6+ months unsuccessfully, it might be time to consult with a fertility specialist. However, there are other reasons that it might be a good idea to see a fertility specialist, like learning more about egg freezing for future use or getting more information about your fertility status.

    • Blood work
    • Semen analysis
    • Ultrasound of follicles
    • Hormone testing
  • Do I need a referral to make an appointment with a fertility specialist?

    No you do not.

  • Does Oma provide financing options?

    Oma Fertility partners with CapexMD fertility financing. Once you’ve received your care plan from Oma, you’ll fill out an application with CapexMD and get approved within 24 hours. You can read more about financing options here

  • Is there a waiting list for treatment?

    There is currently no waiting list for fertility treatment at Oma.

  • Are there any restrictions on acceptance for treatment?

    There can be some restrictions and guidelines for who is eligible for various fertility treatments. It’s best to consult with your fertility specialist so you can get an understanding of what the restrictions are and what your options might be.

  • How long does a treatment cycle last?

    From the time your IVF cycle starts to getting embryos created, typically takes about two weeks.

  • How many cycles will I need?

    Everyone’s IVF experience is different. While some people might achieve a successful pregnancy after one cycle, others might require several. At Oma Fertility, our embryologists are armed with Oma Sperm InSight™ to identify the most promising sperm cell¹ in every sample. We want to give you greater odds—and independent studies² have shown that choosing promising sperm increases the odds of a successful pregnancy.

  • Are there any side effects expected during treatment?

    Different fertility treatments do have different side effects, however each patient is likely to have a unique experience. You can read more about IVF side effects here and Embryo Transfer side effects here

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It’s never too early to learn about your fertility and reproductive options.

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