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New Fertility Practice Helps Gay Couples Conceive

June 5, 2017
Katie Visco

Fertility clinics have developed a practice that will forever change conception for same sex couples. The new procedure will make pregnancy more involving for both partners than ever before. This “two-mom” approach uses a “co- in vitro fertilization,” or, “co-IVF,” approach to plant a fertilized egg of one partner into the uterus of another. This gives both parents a hand in the biological process of their child’s birth. This procedure has already helped over 18 families co-parent in a way never done before.

Learn more about co-IVF and how it has helped others here.


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