SUCCESS RATES
Here at Conceptia, we have a well above average national success rate.

Discover what makes us one of the leading fertility clinics in Canada.
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SUCCESS RATES
Here at Conceptia, we have a well above average national success rate.

Discover what makes us one of the leading fertility clinics in Canada.
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FINANCIAL QUESTIONS
You have questions about our Service Fees and the government infertility treatment fund? We can help you!

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FINANCIAL QUESTIONS
You have questions about our Service Fees and the government infertility treatment fund? We can help you!

Download our current Fee Schedule
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There are three distributors in Canada that are authorized by Health Canada to sell sperm samples. Sperm Donors must go through a very complex testing process prior to being accepted as a Donor. Sperm banks assure that Donor sperm have been rigorously tested for the presence of infectious diseases and genetic (hereditary) conditions.
Here are the links to these three distributors. The sites are easy to navigate and will inform you about everything you need to know regarding sperm donors, fees and how to order.

1. Outreach Health Group
Offers customer services in English and French.
Imports and distributes the following providers:
Tel: 1-866-785-4709
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2. ReproMed

ReproMed is a sperm bank recruiting donors within Canada.
Imports and distributes the following providers:
  • FairFax Cryobank
  • Cryogenic Laboratories Inc.
Website: http://www.repromed.ca/sperm_donor_catalogue
Tel: 1-877-317-6079 ext. 341
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3. Can-Am Cryo Services Corp
Offers customer service in English, French and Punjabi.
Imports and distributes the following providers:
  • FairFax Cryobank
  • Cryogenic Laboratories Inc.
Website: https://www.canamcryo.com/en/sperm-donor-catalogue
Tel: 1-888-245-3471
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

  • Prior to ordering, you must sign a storage agreement and receive confirmation from the Clinic that you are ok to order.
  • All specimens must be received 1 week prior to the intended use.
  • Conceptia only receives deliveries on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Unwashed sperm is preferable but you can choose washed sperm.
  • We recommend that you order sperm from Donors that have tested negative for Cytomegalovirus (CMV).
The purpose of an egg donation is to allow women who are unable to conceive using their own eggs the possibility of carrying a child. An egg donation can be an effective fertility treatment for women who suffer from infertility related to a poor ovarian reserve, the absence of ovaries or other medical reasons that contradicts an ovarian stimulation or egg retrieval. It can also be an alternative for women who carry a serious and inheritable genetic disease.

We offer two different services when an egg donation is recommended.

1) Known donor: The oocyte donor is most often a friend or relative of the intended parent(s) who is willing to offer her oocytes as an altruistic donation (the donor does not receive payment). The oocyte donor will undergo a thorough investigation at the Clinic. She must still be screened in accordance with Health Canada guidelines and also for medical, psychological, genetic or ovarian reserve issues. If the oocyte donor has a partner, he or she will also undergo routine screening. The Medical Director’s approval of the oocyte donor is required.

Description: The oocyte donor will undergo an ovarian stimulation and egg retrieval. At the same time, the intended parent will undergo hormonal treatment to prepare the uterus for an embryo transfer. Once the oocytes are retrieved, they will be inseminated with the sperm (recipient’s partner or donor). The resulting embryos are then cultured in the laboratory for three to five days and then transferred into the recipient's uterus. Excess embryos can be cryopreserved, if applicable.

2) Anonymous donor: Frozen oocytes can be legally purchased from the USA and shipped to the Clinic. We currently receive donor oocytes from our Canadian distributor, Can-Am Cryoservices (distributing donor oocytes from Fairfax Egg Bank and NW Cryobank)

Description: When using frozen donor oocytes, the intended parent will undergo hormonal treatment to prepare her uterus for an embryo transfer. Once the lining is ready, the eggs are thawed and fertilized with the recipient’s partner’s sperm (or donor) by a procedure called ICSI. The resulting embryos are cultured in the laboratory for three to five days and then transferred into the recipient's uterus. Excess embryos can then be cryopreserved, if applicable.

It is very important to note that in Canada, we have a federal law which stipulates that payment to Egg Donors or Gestational Carriers for their services is prohibited.

Please refer to the Assisted Human Reproduction Act (March 2004)

When using an egg donor within Canada, patients are encouraged to seek legal advice to ensure they are in compliance with the law.
The purpose of this program is to allow a woman who is unable to carry her own child (for medical reasons), to have a biological child by having another woman carry the baby for her.

Description: In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer include ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval from the biological mother, insemination of the retrieved eggs with the partner's or donor's sperm, embryo culture in the laboratory for three to five days and transfer of these embryos into the uterus of a surrogate woman (host).

It is very important to note that in Canada, we have a federal law which stipulates that payment to Egg Donors or Gestational Carriers for their services is prohibited.

Please refer to the Assisted Human Reproduction Act (March 2004)

When using a Gestational Carrier (Surrogate) within Canada, patients are encouraged to seek legal advice to ensure they are in compliance with the law.

1 in 6

Canadian couples trying to conceive are diagnosed with infertility.
Canadian couples trying to conceive are diagnosed with infertility.

Above Average

national success rates
national success rates

800

babies born with the help of Conceptia
babies born with the help of Conceptia

> 50

pregnancies in progress
pregnancies in progress

About Conceptia

The CONCEPTIA Clinic was founded in 2000 and is the only “full-service” fertility treatment center in New Brunswick.

Conceptia is the only private non-profit fertility Clinic in Canada. This organization is a leading fertility clinic in the country with many years of success above national average, focuses entirely on patient-specific treatment strategies and welfare.

Contact Us

31 Providence St.
4th floor - Pavillon Hotel-Dieu
Moncton, NB E1C 8X3
info@conceptia.ca


T: (506) 862-4217
Toll Free: 1-866-381-BABY (2229)
F: (506) 862-7571

Open Hours
Fertility Clinic: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm during the week
Nursing Team: 7:30 am to 3:00 pm during the week
Weekends & Holidays: Prescheduled appointments only (Starting at 8:30 am)