The Church has compassion for couples suffering from infertility and wants to be of real help to them. At the same time, some “reproductive technologies” are not morally legitimate ways to solve those problems.
The bishops of the United States have produced a question-and-answer booklet call “Life-giving Love in an Age of Technology” which addresses many of these issues. You can view it here.
For more information, read the pamplet Life Matters: Reproductive Technology
Gianna of Long Island Center for Women’s Health & Fertility
Comprehensive, Cooperative: A Unique New Approach to Women’s Health and Wellness
Our mission is simple—to acknowledge dignity and to provide women with exceptional medical care. Listening and offering genuine medical advice are our goals. Treatments are holistic and include nutritional, sleep-related, weight-related, endocrinological, behavioral, spiritual and medical components.
We provide preventive and specialized obstetrical and gynecologic care to women, honoring their dignity and the sanctity of human life. While we are successfully able to address male infertility as well, we are uniquely qualified to care for women of all ages and at all stages of life. More information here.