Smart Fertility Choices
Provides a wealth of knowledge about fertility procedures as well as a podcast and a collection of stories about the fertility process.
Building Your Family
Information about infertility, assisted reproductive technology, and adoption
Books for Donor Offspring
Provides a selection of children's books in 12 languages that help explain to children the many different ways that children can be born, including egg donation, sperm donation, and surrogacy.
This international collaboration and exchange of experience enables us to deliver up to date, evidence based, information and news about endometriosis.
Fertility Within Reach
A resource for accessing infertility health benefits as well as supporting reproductive health preservation. FWR services and materials are provided free of charge to all consumers.
Baby Quest Foundation
Provides financial assistance to those who cannot afford the high costs of procedures such as egg and sperm donation, egg freezing, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo donation, and gestational surrogacy
Path 2 Parenthood
Services include leading-edge educational outreach events, an extensive online library with HD videos, a daily blog, a resource directory available for download on mobile devices, telephone and in-person coaching, and a toll-free support line.
A non-profit organization with the only established, nationwide network mandated to promote reproductive health and to ensure equal access to all family building options for men and women experiencing infertility or other reproductive disorders.
American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Has new research and educational videos related to reproductive medicine
Billings Clinic Reproductive Medicine and Fertility Care
Billings Clinic's reproductive medicine and fertility care specialist, Dr. Stacy Shomento, provides comprehensive female and male fertility evaluations and treatment. Dr. Shomento is the only reproductive endocrinologist in Montana, Wyoming and western North Dakota.
Missouri Center for Reproductive Medicine (MCRM)
A full service IVF clinic that uses the most affordable and accessible advanced fertility treatments, such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), as well as the most cutting-edge technology including the region's only embryoscope and on-site DNA Fragmentation semen testing.
Mississippi Reproductive Medicine
Mississippi Reproductive Medicine assists women and men with fertility problems as well as female endocrine disorders, uterine abnormalities, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and a number of related health concerns.
Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates
A highly specialized infertility center focusing on in vitro fertilization, specifically devoted to delivery of care for infertile couples and individuals. The core mission is to provide infertility services in a compassionate and responsible fashion. RMIA is a full service clinical facility offering clinics in Woodbury and Edina, both of which house full clinical facilities with state of the art surgery centers and Andrology/Endocrine/Embryology laboratories for all ART Services.
Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine
Located in Omaha. Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine, is staffed by some of the region's top infertility specialists and has become a teaching facility for the University of Nebraska Medical Center. They have a full range of fertility treatments including and egg donation program.
The Fertility Center of Las Vegas
1 (702) 254-1777
Dr. Bruce Shapiro and Dr. Said Daneshmand are internationally recognized for their research and scientific presentations. The Fertility Center of Las Vegas offers two locations in Nevada located in Las Vegas (Summerlin) and Henderson (Green Valley).
Nevada Center for Reproductive Medicine
The Nevada Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCRM) was established in 1997. NCRM is the only fully accredited reproductive endocrinology and infertility clinic in Northern Nevada offering state of the art fertility treatments. They have in-house egg donation program.
Fertility Centers of New England—Portsmouth
Four locations in New Hampshire, five in Massachusetts and one in Maine. They acknowledge the benefits offered by complementary therapies, such as yoga, acupuncture, and massage therapy, and can guide you in adding these into your treatment plan. Additionally, they provide guidance in non-traditional options, such as donor egg, donor sperm, and surrogacy, in addition to traditional methods of pregnancy.
Dartmouth Hitchcock Fertility Center
Infertility specialists offering the simplest to the most complex forms of infertility treatment. Treatments may include lifestyle changes, medication, surgery, or assisted reproductive technology. In addition to their doctors, embryologists, and nurses, genetic counselors can help with concerns about risk factors. Pregnancy rates for advanced reproductive technologies are regularly higher than the national average. Offices in Concord, Lebanon, Manchester and Nashua.