Every birthday or holiday season, I’m at a loss on what to gift my significant other. This year, I got creative (and inquisitive).
Legacy is the gift that keeps on giving. Have you ever wondered about having children and whether or not you and your partner will be able to conceive when the time is ready? I came across an advertisement for Legacy on Instagram and my interest was piqued. Legacy is a digital fertility clinic for males. Through their analyses and technology, individuals across the United States have access to clinic grade sperm analyses, leading urologists and nurses, and a highly personalized experience.
Through an at-home , mail-in fertility testing kit, results are shipped in for analysis. Legacy is a clinical grade testing kit and is the most advanced on the market. All analyses provide details on the 5 critical components of sperm.
They’re conducted in a CLIA certified lab located in San Antonio, Texas. The lab is run by an experienced Embryology Laboratory Director who is a Doctor of Health Sciences.
Their Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ramy Abou Ghayda, is a trained urologist and graduate of the Harvard School of Public Health.
Their Medical Advisory Board consists of Dr. Paul Turek (trained urologist, recognized as one of the top urologists in the USA), Dr. Gail Prins (Trained urologist, and Professor in the Departments of Urology at University of Chicago), Dr. Denny Sakkas (Scientific Director at Boston IVF), among others.
Legacy was founded by Khaled Kteily to provide access to fertility analyses, treatments, and preservation to all individuals after his close friend was diagnosed with cancer. Khaled previously worked in the healthcare industry at Oliver Wynman, the World Economic Forum, and the United Nations.
The future is unpredictable, so whether you want to freeze your partner’s sperm or just looking for an analysis on your sperm (ultimately seeing how you can improve your sperm through a healthy lifestyle and diet) Legacy is the perfect gift for both your partner, yourself and your future family.