Guiding Your Journey to Parenthood
Processes We Offer
If you already know what you’re looking for, start here to learn about the fertility processes we implement!
Communities We Serve
If you’d like to learn more about how we serve each LGBTQ community uniquely, start here!
“From our first date we both knew we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. As we have gotten to know each other more deeply in our relationship, we have so many great qualities in each other that led us on a journey to start a family together. Raising two french bulldog puppies together has revealed a more gentle, nurturing side in us, and seeing how we interact with our nephews and nieces and our families shows our genuine love for kids and family. We value our family, our faith, and our relationship to each other above all else, and there is nothing more we want to do together than build a family.”
“As a 42-year-old, single, LGBTQ woman I truly believed I had said goodbye to the dream of one day being a mother. Although it was something I always wanted, circumstances and choices always took me in a different direction. At some point the scales tipped. My fear of doing parenthood as a solo artist paled in comparison to my fear of never having tried. That’s when I hit the “Get Started” button on the MLF website.”
Meet Dr. Allison Bloom
Dr. Allison Bloom and her wife underwent fertility treatments for over a year before successfully conceiving with IVF and welcoming twin boys into their family. Their experience has shaped her empathic and inclusive approach to care. She is experienced in the field of in vitro fertilization with a particular interest in LGBTQ+ family building, recurrent pregnancy loss, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and fertility preservation. In addition to her medical training, Dr. Bloom earned a Masters in Public Health and is an advocate for fertility awareness and education. She truly believes in teaching and empowering her patients.
All Main Line Fertility physicians have extensive experience helping LGBTQ patients achieve their goals of becoming parents and have completed family equality training.
Our Community Partners
Not Sure Where To Start?
If you’re still deciding how and when to become a parent, start here! We’ll give you a sense of what options are available for you!