Reproductive Options

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Reproductive Science Center of New England
Website: www.gayivf.com (Link Checked 8.12)
1 Forbes Road
Lexington, MA 02421
(781) 674-1230
Fax (781) 674-2442
The Reproductive Science Center (RSC) of New England is a pioneer in helping same-sex couples, transgender and gender queer individuals become parents. RSC New England began offering assisted reproductive services to lesbian couples in 1989. In 1998, Samuel Pang, MD, medical director at RSC, was the first reproductive medicine specialist to help a male couple have a baby through in vitro fertilization (IVF) using donor eggs and gestational surrogacy. RSC New England began offering fertility preservation consultation and services to transgender persons several years ago. Services include medical consultations re: fertility preservation options prior to transition, egg and embryo freezing, intrauterine insemination and reciprocal IVF (one partner provides eggs and the other carries the pregnancy" (Information provided by the RSC's Marketing/Communications Manager). MTPC has provided information & technical assistance to this organization

California Cryobank
(617-497-8646) in Central Square. Offers sperm storage for male to female transsexuals even though it's not advertised on their web site. The staff has experience with transsexual clients, though they do require a letter from your primary care doctor or therapist stating that you intend to start hormone replacement therapy before you'll be allowed to store sperm. (Link Checked 8.12)

New England Cryogenic Center
153 Needham Street
Building One
Newton, MA 02464
Tel: 617-244-4447 OR 800-991-4999
Website: www.necryogenic.com
(Link Checked 8.12)

Fertility Centers of New England
Website: http://www.fertilitycenter.com
Board-certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology. Director of Reproductive Medicine and Reproductive Surgery at Boston Medical Center.
As reported to MTPC "Doctor has attended and presented at local trans events, including a presentation on patient needs. Local trans people speak highly of him."
(Link Checked 8.12)