Third party parenting options for building a family are provided by the experienced fertility specialists at the Center of Reproductive Medicine (CORM). Please call 281.332.0073 for more information on the many infertility treatment programs and third party parenting options available at our four Texas fertility clinics in Houston, Webster, Pearland, and Beaumont.
When one or both partners face the inability to have a genetically related child, CORM's experienced staff can assist these couples with many third party parenting options for building a family.
The Center of Reproductive Medicine offers an on-site, active Egg Donor Program in Texas for patients needing this service.
Donor Eggs increase the possibility of successful pregnancies for:
- Women with premature ovarian failure
- Women whose own eggs are of poor quality
- Women in the older reproductive age group (under age 50)
- Women with chromosomal translocations or genetic diseases that they wish to avoid passing on to their offspring
Egg Donation has been in practice in the U.S. since 1986 and has been proven to be a safe opportunity to assist couples in achieving successful pregnancy with the proper reproductive medical care.
The infertility specialists at CORM ensure that each couple is actively involved throughout the egg donation process, while providing a positive, nurturing experience.
CORM allows the recipient couple to choose a known egg donor, to select from our egg donor list of anonymous donors, or to select an egg donor from an outside egg donor agency.
The egg donor process takes approximately 6-10 weeks depending on the egg donor selected and the screening tests required.
If you are interested in becoming an egg donor for an infertile couple, please call 281.332.0073 ext. 229 or and visit our donor info link.
CORM can also assist couples who require the services of a gestational carrier.
A couple undergoes In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) using their eggs and sperm and the resulting embryos are transferred to a surrogate.
See below a list of reasons a couple may need a gestational carrier:
- Absence of a fetus
- Uterine Abnormalities
- Medical conditions that make pregnancy risky for a woman’s health
- Immunological abnormalities which may increase the chances of a miscarriage
For more information on third party parenting or other treatment programs for infertility, please call 281.332.0073 to speak with a caring infertility specialist who will be happy to discuss your individual situation with you. Please also feel free to fill out the CORM online infertility information request to receive a prompt reply.