Our Fertility Treatments in Ontario

We Offer a Range of Treatment Options

For many people, starting a family of their own is a lifelong dream. But it’s not uncommon to face challenges when you’re ready to conceive. If you are struggling to conceive naturally, it’s important to know you are not alone and that there are many options to help you start your family. NewLife Fertility Centre has locations throughout Ontario to help individuals and couples in their journey to start a family. We offer a range of fertility treatments to our patients and can help you find the right option that aligns with your family’s goals. Please reach out to us today to schedule a consultation.

Personalized Care for All Types of Families

At NewLife Fertility Centre, we understand that the needs of every patient will be different. That’s why we offer care tailored specifically to each patient. We will take into account your current fertility level and your desired outcome to build a personalized treatment plan that will help you create a new life to join your family. Whether you are a single woman or a couple, we provide the support you need during this journey. Even in cases where conception is not possible for the woman, or in cases where the woman is not able to carry a child, we will work to find a solution you’re comfortable with. We know struggles with fertility can be emotional and stressful, but we’re here for you every step of the way. Please continue reading to learn more about the services we provide at our fertility treatment center.

Fertility Treatment Options We Serve

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

For individuals and couples whose infertility persists despite conventional first-line treatments...

Investigation Process

Couples and individuals who are struggling with infertility face many challenges including invasi...

Endometrial Receptivity Test

Using a small sample of endometrial tissue, the ERA® test establishes the best day for transferri...

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation induction is often one of the first treatments recommende...

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Intrauterine insemination, or IUI, is a safe office procedure and o...

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

For individuals and couples whose infertility persists despite conv...

Donor Egg IVF

Most women experience a natural decline in ovarian function after a...

Gestational Carrier

Surrogacy describes the relationship between a woman, who agrees to...

Egg Freezing

There are many valid reasons to delay pregnancy. You may be more in...

IVF Genetic Testing

For women who experience infertility or

Donor Sperm

Sperm donation is an essential way to have a baby for many people. ...

Embryo Freezing

Fertility preservation techniques such as embryo freezing give women more options and flexibility...

Second Opinions

Considering a second opinion is quite important if you've already undergone failed cycles at othe...

Genetic Screening

NewLife Fertility has partnered with Invitae in a bid to imp...

Male Infertility

Infertility affects both men and women equally.

Investigation Process

Many couples may encounter struggles when conceiving and have no idea how to address them. Often, they are left confused and overwhelmed because they don’t fully understand the challenges they are facing. Our team is here to help you uncover where your difficulties lie when conceiving a child. Through our investigative process, we use various advanced testing methods to determine the cause of your fertility struggles and develop a plan to overcome them. You can count on us to provide the care and attention you need as you undergo treatment.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

In vitro fertilization is usually the next step when first-line fertility treatments are not successful. In this process, eggs are collected from the mother’s uterus or an egg donor. The collected eggs are then fertilized in the lab using the father’s sperm or the sperm of a donor, which creates embryos. These embryos are then implanted into the mother, who will carry the baby to term.

Endometrial Receptivity Test

Transferring an embryo from the lab to the mother’s uterus for conception is a complicated procedure that requires very precise timing. Otherwise, the body may not be ready to accept the fertilized egg, which could result in implantation failure. We can complete an endometrial receptivity test to determine the best time for embryo transfer, increasing the chance of success.

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation induction may be an effective treatment for those women who experience irregular ovulation or none at all. This treatment option uses medication to stimulate ovulation, helping to create better opportunities to conceive naturally or collect eggs for IVF treatment.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

IUI treatment is often one of the first fertility treatments recommend for those facing unexplained challenges in conceiving. This in-office procedure facilitates conception by providing a path for specially prepared sperm to enter a woman’s uterus through a catheter. The sperm then naturally fertilizes the egg in the fallopian tube.

Donor Egg IVF

In some cases, donor eggs are required to produce a baby. This is necessary for women who do not have viable eggs due to advanced age or a health problem or for gay men who wish to start a family. The donor egg IVF process uses a donor egg, fertilizes it in a lab, and then implants it into the uterus of the mother or surrogate, who will carry the baby until birth.

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Gestational Carrier

There are some cases where women are either unable or do not wish to carry a child until birth. In these cases, a gestational carrier, or surrogate, may be suggested. During this process, an embryo is implanted into the surrogate, who will then carry and deliver the baby.

Egg Freezing

Unfortunately, women have a finite number of years in which they can produce eggs. This can put a lot of pressure on women to have a baby by a certain age. With egg freezing, you can freeze and preserve your eggs until you are ready to start your family, so there’s no rush.

 IVF Genetic Testing

Chromosomal abnormalities can play a large role in infertility and unsuccessful implantation of embryos. Before an IVF cycle, we can complete preimplantation genetic testing to identify any genetic or chromosomal defect in an embryo that may prevent a successful cycle. This will help to improve your chances of successful implantation and a healthy baby.

Donor Sperm

Donor sperm may be required to help lesbian couples or couples experiencing male infertility to conceive a baby. We can help you through the process of choosing donor sperm to use in your fertility treatments.

Embryo Freezing

Following a successful IVF cycle, many patients have extra embryos that they did not need. These embryos can be frozen and preserved to help you conceive a second child in the future.

Genetic Screening

If you have a family history of a genetic disorder, there may be a chance you are a carrier and could pass it on to your future children. We provide genetic screening to evaluate whether you or your partner are potentially a carrier, which helps you reduce the chances of your child inheriting the disorder.

Male Infertility

Male infertility is just as common as female infertility, which means it’s important to focus treatment on both partners. Our team can complete testing to determine if male infertility is a contributing factor to conception challenges and then develop a plan to help overcome the issues.

Doctor Patient Fertility Counselling

Second Opinions

Fertility treatments are complex and expensive, so it’s essential that you trust your doctor’s expertise and knowledge. If you’ve already seen another fertility specialist or have experienced a failed treatment, we can provide a second opinion to give you confidence that you’re on the right track in your fertility journey.

Contact Us to Schedule an Appointment

If you are currently struggling with unexplained infertility, it’s time to get some answers. NewLife Fertility Centre is here to identify the cause of your fertility struggles and build a personalized treatment plan to help you realize your dream of starting a family. Please reach out to us today to schedule an appointment with one of our fertility specialists. We have locations throughout Ontario