Experience pregnancy and parenthood with the gift of love.

Couples and individuals facing infertility have options. Donor eggs. Donor sperm. In vitro fertilization. But these options can be too costly for some, and they don’t always result in pregnancy. At the same time, adoption is also costly, and it can take years to move up the waiting list.

But there is another option to consider that can allow you to experience both pregnancy and parenthood.

Donated embryos make pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood possible for many.

As part of the IVF process, embryos are created, and many are frozen for future IVF cycles. But when a couple conceives through IVF, they very often have additional embryos in cryostorage. (Today, it’s estimated that a million or more frozen embryos sit in storage.) This leaves IVF patients to choose between discarding their embryos, paying for embryo storage indefinitely, or donating their embryos to make someone else’s dream of having a family come true.

If you’ve been struggling to welcome a new bundle of joy into the world, donor embryos could be the gift of love that makes pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood possible for you. At Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility, we work with families who’ve grown their own families and want to give the same joy to people like you by donating their frozen embryos.

Pregnancy through donated embryos is viable, affordable, and quicker than adoption.

Embryo donation has been around since the 1990s, and it’s estimated that more than 7,000 babies have been born from frozen embryos. In 2010, a beautiful baby boy was born from an embryo that had been frozen for two decades. This means embryo donation is a viable, proven way of helping couples who are unable to conceive on their own…at lower cost than IVF and with less cost—and waiting—than adoption. And some tests and procedures may be covered by your insurance.

To schedule an appointment or learn more about Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility’s advanced fertility services in South Cleveland/Independence, Columbus, Akron, Canton and Youngstown, call 844-707-1296 today. You can also request a fertility service appointment using the form on this page.