Dr. Michael B. Doyle
A pioneer for LGBT families, Dr. Michael B. Doyle has helped more than 500 loving couples bring babies into the world. A Yale School of Medicine fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology, Dr. Michael B. Doyle works with patients of all kinds to get past the barriers of infertility and create families. At Connecticut Fertility Associates, the private practice he founded in 1991, Dr. Michael B. Doyle works with a team of dedicated medical professionals. He meets with clients to evaluate various aspects of fertility medicine, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) and a surrogacy program, in addition to managing hormone levels and even surgical procedures to remove scar tissue and endometriosis.
The website for the practice, www.CTfertility.com, offers a wide range of advice. Dr. Michael B. Doyle also writes as a regular medical expert columnist for Surromoms Online, Family Equality Council, and ProudParenting.com to people in the LGBT community about their options. Dr. Michael B. Doyle recognizes the importance of knowing the particulars of what patients want for their futures and their procedures, helping them accomplish their goals of family planning while giving them a sense of complete choice and control throughout the process.
Connecticut Fertility Associates was featured in the 2010 special CNN documentary, “Gary and Tony Have a Baby,” following two gay men through their experience of overcoming their biology to have a baby together. The television program shows Dr. Michael B. Doyle and his team helping Gary and Tony find an egg donor and a surrogate to conceive and carry their son Nicholas. Featured in the Washington Post, the special helped Americans watch and relate to a gay couple in pursuit of parenthood, which is now a realistic option available to them through the specialized fertility methods that Dr. Michael B. Doyle employs.
Dr. Michael B. Doyle was recognized by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. as one of the Top Doctors in the New York Metro Area for five consecutive years. He has worked with patients from more than 20 countries and helps couples conceive hundreds of babies each year.