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Melbourne IVF

The pioneers of IVF, world leaders in research, technology and improvement.

Are you in a same-sex relationship and talking about having a baby either now or maybe down the track? You might also be thinking how your age, lifestyle and other factors beyond your control may impact your fertility. Understanding how the reproductive systems work and what you both need to do in order to fall pregnant will help greatly.

We’re seeing more and more members of the LGBTI community accessing our donor programs to fulfil their dream of having a child.

If you decide to go through a fertility clinic you are able to use a donor that you know, or select from a database of de-identified donors that have been recruited locally or even from overseas.

Why use Melbourne IVF?

While it is very reasonable for same-sex couples to go ahead with self-insemination when trying to fall pregnant, there are a few things worth thinking about.

  • Health Risks. When you use a fertility clinic, we’re able to protect your health by ensuring that all sperm donors (known or de-identified) are rigorously screened and their sperm is quarantined before being released for treatment. All donors used will have undergone a in-depth medical assessment.
  • Counselling. All involved will undergo compulsory counselling to consider the legislation and the longer term implications of becoming a sperm donor or recipient. Complex emotional and social issues are talked about. Fertility counsellors also provide support throughout the process.
  • Security of access. If you’d like to have a genetic sibling for your child, using a clinic recruited donor may provide the ability of accessing the same donor.

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Thank you for visiting the page of Melbourne IVF as part of the Rainbow gay friendly network. Melbourne IVF is located in Victoria and are happy to assist the gay and lesbian /lgbti community when looking for Health & Wellbeing. Melbourne IVF is proud to be part of the rainbow flag Australia network and can be contacted on (03) 9473 4548.