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Single Woman Fertility

Single woman fertility issues have been at the forefront of media coverage, a topic of discussion among reproductive health professionals, and a trending topic on social media for some time.

Single-Parent Fertility

 

A single woman may want to pursue motherhood regardless of whether she has a male partner or spouse. Perhaps she hasn't met the right partner yet. Perhaps divorce or widowhood has caused her to look into single-parent fertility options. Or, perhaps being a mom is much more attractive than being a wife.

 

Today, a woman can take control of her own fertility through treatments like intrauterine insemination (IUI) or In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with donor sperm. Dr Morgan will help you make an informed decision about whether to use anonymous donor sperm or a known donor.

 

Dr Morgan may also recommend some female fertility testing to make sure you don't waste time and money if there are obstacles present to hinder your chances at successfully becoming pregnant.

Egg Freezing

 

Egg freezing is a safe and convenient way to preserve the opportunity to have children using your own eggs in the future should you choose to do so. It is a proactive approach to fertility that historically has been offered only to women who have a family history or fertility problems and young women who have been diagnosed with a disease (like cancer) that either directly or indirectly affects her reproductive health.

Today, women of all ages are seeking out experienced egg freezing physcians for a variety of reasons like pursuing a career, saving up money, eliminating the pressure to find the right life partner, or even just to travel and do the recreational things they want to do before becoming a parent.

Visit our Egg Freezing page for more details about the process and costs involved in egg freezing.

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