Getting Pregnant and HIV: List of HIV-Friendly Reproductive Services and Providers

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Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find a friendly health care provider who is knowledgeable about HIV and pregnancy. Some health care providers simply are not aware of the wealth of information about pregnancy planning for their patients living with HIV (HIV+). Perhaps even more challenging, though, are the judgmental attitudes that many health care providers still have.

Below is a list of friendly family planning providers who are informed about pregnancy planning for HIV+ people. If you are interested in adding your name, organization, or clinic to this resource list, please email us at info@thewellproject.org. Thank you!

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Bedford Research Foundation
SPAR (Special Program of Assisted Reproduction)
 
Somerville, MA
Tel: 617-623-7447
Email: lab@bedfordresearch.org 
Provides sperm washing for HIV+ men and works with 76 collaborating fertility clinics around the world
 
Choices: Memphis Center for Reproductive Health 
Memphis, TN
Tel: 901-274-3550 or 800.843.9895 (toll free)
Offers integrated reproductive health and HIV-related care
 
Columbia University Center for Women's Reproductive Care 
New York, NY
Tel: 646-756-8294
Email: mdk2132@columbia.edu 
Call or email to request information packet on HIV-related fertility services
 
Laurel Fertility Care 
San Francisco, Modesto, and Fresno, CA
Tel: 1-888-442-3888 (toll free)
Email: info@laurelfertility.com 
Provides fertility services

Referrals to Providers

HIV-positive pregnant women, their exposed infants, and HIV-affected couples seeking safer conception options can contact Shannon Weber (sweber@nccc.ucsf.edu) for referrals to local providers.

Additional Resources

Select the links below for additional material related to getting pregnant and HIV.

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