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Roe v. Wade and Reproductive Care

Roe v. Wade and Reproductive Care

The recent news about a draft Supreme Court ruling that would strike down Roe v. Wade has prompted many questions about the future of reproductive healthcare in the United States. We share our community’s concern about how this could affect the quality and availability of fertility care in many parts of the country. Even in uncertain times, our commitment to the families that we serve will never change.

Yoga for Fertility May and June 2022

Yoga for Fertility May and June 2022

Yoga for Fertility ONLINE Classes May and June 2022 Thursdays 7:00-8:30 p.m. May 19 – June 30 (7 wks) Sundays 7:00 -8:30 p.m.  May 15– June 26 (6 wks, no class 5/29) Mondays: 10:30am - 12:00pm May 16 - June 27 (6 wks, no class 5/30) On-Demand classes also...

Yoga for Fertility March and April 2022

Yoga for Fertility March and April 2022

        Yoga for Fertility ONLINE Classes March and April, 2022 Thursdays 7:00-8:30 p.m. March 3 – April 14 (7 wks) Sundays 5:30-7:00 p.m.  March 6 – April 17 (7 wks) Monday Daytime: 10:30am - 12:00pm March 7 - April 18 (7 wks) On-Demand classes...

LGBTQ+ Family Building

LGBTQ+ Family Building

How to get started as a gay, lesbian, transgender, or nonbinary intended parent PNWF proudly supports LGBTQ+ family building through our Center for LGBTQ+ Fertility. We believe everyone who wants to become a parent should get the chance. We offer a wide variety of...

How Do Sperm Banks Work?

How Do Sperm Banks Work?

Sperm donor requirements, the sperm donation process, and how to use donor sperm Donor sperm is a great option for single women, LGBTQ intended parents without sperm, and men with male factor infertility; but how do sperm banks work? Sperm banks collect, freeze, and...

How To Care For Your Mental Health After A Miscarriage

How To Care For Your Mental Health After A Miscarriage

Miscarriage is more common than we often realize, occurring in 1 in 4 clinical recognized pregnancies. We have a playlist for other types of grief: death, divorce, a cancer diagnosis – but miscarriage is still not shared enough, surrounded by shame. Even worse – when we share with loved ones that we’ve had a miscarriage – comments can be hurtful: ‘What did you do wrong?’ ‘At least you can get pregnant – try again.’