Whether you’re already planning a family or simply think you might want to in the future, it’s important to take an active role in your reproductive health. Building Your Family is here to help you get informed: learn about common fertility challenges and their treatments; the supports available to new, expectant, or hopeful parents; and egg donor and surrogacy services.
A fertility specialist can assess your body’s readiness for pregnancy and offer a treatment plan to maximize your chances of a healthy conception.
Learn why, if you are under 35 years of age, you should seek the care of a reproductive endocrinologist (REI) after one year of trying to conceive.
The benefits of Preimplantation Genetic Testing are more pronounced in older women, as the percentage of aneuploid embryos increases dramatically with age.
Perinatal Support Workers are professional educators and caregivers for new and expecting parents who are graduates of personal support worker programs.
After Nathan Chan waited eight years to become a single father, the inclusive egg donation and surrogacy consultancy — Proud Fertility — began from his journey.
With over 40 years of trusted experience creating families, Xytex Sperm Bank is committed to making your path to parenthood an experience to cherish.
A newly-approved Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing is empowering prospective Canadian parents to make better informed decisions earlier in their pregnancies.
A low ovarian reserve may feel like an expiration date to your fertility, but it doesn’t have to: there are ways to improve your chances of conceiving.
Optimizing your health before trying to conceive can help improve your baby’s health. Dr. Jodie Peacock explains why, and some of the key things to look for.