March 22, 2019

LGBTQ Millennials Are Actively Planning to Grow Their Families

LGBTQ Millennials Are Actively Planning to Grow Their Families

Increasing numbers of individuals in the LGBTQ community are planning on building a family. A recent survey conducted by the Family Equality Council reported that 48% of LGBTQ millennials are actively planning to grow their families which is close to the 55% of non-LGBTQ millennials who are considering starting a family.

The Fertility Centers of New England has been an LGBTQ advocate for over two decades. Advances in the Assisted Reproductive Technologies involving In Vitro Fertilization, donor egg, donor sperm and gestational surrogacy make it possible for people to have children through non-traditional methods. There are many countries where having children via non-traditional methods are difficult if not impossible especially for those in the LGBTQ community. There remain 10 states in the USA (Alabama, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Virginia) where laws still exist making it difficult for same-sex couples to start a family.

The costs of fertility treatments also preclude many form trying. The Fertility Centers of New England understands these challenges and endeavors to make the costs of our services the most competitive in the Country without compromising outstanding service and high success rates. Our dedicated concierge and compassionate care teams also provide free out of region consults to all needing our services. Free initial consults are also given to those new patients within our region who do not have any infertility insurance. When you are ready to take the first step, the Fertility Centers of New England is here and ready to assist and guide you on your journey to parenthood. Contact us to schedule an appointment.

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Joseph A. Hill, III, M.D.

Joseph A. Hill, III, M.D. Board-Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility