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Coronavirus Updates

How will COVID-19 affect my family building plan?

A Note from Our Team

We are continuing to update this page as new recommendations and information are supplied by the CDC and CT Department of Health. Make sure you bookmark this page so you can stay up to date on our current COVID-19 policies and safety regulations. 

Please note the updates to our COVID policies and procedures below as they relate to in-office appointments in 2023. Furthermore, as new variants continue to emerge, we are revisiting our guidelines regularly in order to prioritize the safety of all our patients and staff.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time as we work to keep your safety and fertility treatment success our top priority.


What are we doing here at Gay Parents to Be?

Our goal at Gay Parents to be, in partnership with Illume Fertility,  is to do our part in minimizing the spread of the virus while maintaining the needs of our patients.

All visits are by appointment only. No walk-in appointments will be permitted. Please call for an appointment or speak to your nurse or navigator via email or telephone with questions.

Please read through our current policies and procedures below. We do our best to give you all the facts about the status of COVID-19 and keep you up to date.

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Have Questions?

Do you have more questions about our health policies and your consultation or treatment? Call our new patient team at 203.956.2266, or click the contact form, and we will reach out to you.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Get answers about our current COVID-19 policies, procedures and more.

Will I need to be tested for COVID-19 to move forward with fertility treatment?

Do I have to wear a mask in the office?

Are you conducting appointments in the office now?

Is my spouse allowed to come to the appointment with me?

If I, my partner, or my surrogate becomes pregnant and then acquires COVID-19, will the baby be in danger?

Can I keep my appointment if I've been exposed to COVID-19?