Single women who are ready to have a baby can achieve their dream at HART Fertility Clinic. Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) with donor sperm is generally used for this. We recommend our patients select their donor through a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) accredited sperm bank. This will ensure the donors are screened and selected properly and the legal framework is in place that will protect you and your family in the future.
IUI Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is the injection of washed and prepared sperm directly into the uterus. This is performed in a similar manner to the pap smear examination in a regular clinic exam room. No anesthesia or sedatives are needed. The timing of the IUI procedure is determined based on your ovaries readiness to release an egg.
IUI can be done in a natural cycle or a medicated cycle using medications such as clomiphene or letrozole. Your physician at HART will discuss which option is the best for you.
If you are not ready to have a baby but would like to make sure your fertility is preserved for the future, your physician at HART Fertility Clinic will be glad to explain how we can freeze your eggs for future use as egg count and quality decline with age.
Freezing a woman’s unfertilized eggs is one of the more recent and most significant advances in modern fertility treatment. Rapid freezing techniques such as vitrification have changed the success of the egg freezing procedure and has made it now a routine clinical option for women. At HART Fertility Clinic, we have been using the rapid freezing techniques (vitrification) with great success for many years. Your physicians at HART understand that each patient has individual desires and requirements and we are happy to discuss the options available and right for you.
Single men can become parents through donor egg In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and a gestational carrier. Donor eggs are fertilized using the patient’s sperm via In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). When these fertilized eggs form embryos they undergo genetic testing (PGT-A) to determine which embryos have the highest chances to achieve pregnancy. A single embryo with a normal chromosome count is then transferred into a gestational carrier’s uterus.
HART Fertility Clinic works with most donor egg agencies, gestational carrier agencies and attorneys. Your physician at HART will be glad discuss the details with you.