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Basic Infertility Services

Comprehensive Infertility Evaluation

If you’re having trouble conceiving, we can conduct a comprehensive infertility evaluation to determine if there are any issues that might be preventing a successful pregnancy.

Learn more about comprehensive infertility evaluations.

Ovulation Induction Therapy

Women may undergo ovulation induction therapy with an oral or injectable medication to help their ovaries produce eggs and increase the likelihood of achieving a pregnancy.

Learn more about ovulation induction therapy.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a technique that isolates the fast-moving sperm from a semen sample and places them into the uterine cavity to increase the chances of conception.

Learn more about intrauterine insemination.

Sperm Donor Insemination

Sperm donor insemination is ideal for infertile men, single women, same-sex female couples, and others who lack viable sperm. This process involves the donated sperm being placed in the uterine cavity.

Learn more about sperm donor insemination.

Advanced Reproductive Technology (ART) Services:

In Vitro Fertilization Treatments

In vitro fertilization (IVF) involves retrieving eggs and sperm from the intended parents and fertilizing them to create an embryo. The healthy embryo(s) are then placed into the uterus during embryo transfer. If needed or recommended, donor eggs and/or sperm can be used for IVF.

The cost of your IVF will depend on your treatment and condition. Reproductive Fertility Center provides each patient with a detailed price sheet during their consultation and financing options for qualified candidates. 

Learn more about in vitro fertilization and the cost of IVF treatments.

Other Infertility Treatment Services:

Egg Donation Information

Women who are over 35 years old, in early menopause, or have a genetic disease may want to consider egg donation. We work with only the most qualified and healthy egg donors and can help you find your ideal donor.

Learn more about egg donation information.

Gestational Surrogacy

Same gender couples and intended parents who have been unsuccessful with IVF or who carry health risks for the mom or baby may consider gestational surrogacy. This involves a healthy female surrogate carrying an embryo created with either IVF or an egg donor.

Learn more about gestational surrogacy.

Becoming a Surrogate in Southern California

If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate and helping intended parents have a child of their own, contact us today. Surrogates in California are generously compensated for their time, effort, and expenses.

Learn more about becoming a surrogate.

Infertility Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Natural methods like acupuncture may increase the success rates of infertility treatments such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Learn more about infertility acupuncture.

Fertility Services for Same-Gender Couples

Same-gender and LGBTQ+ couples looking to start a family can trust our fertility specialists at Reproductive Fertility to provide a welcoming environment and modern reproductive techniques.

Learn more about fertility services for LGBTQ+ couples.

Shared Egg Donation Cycles

Shared egg donation cycles involve two sets of intended parents (unknown to each other) sharing the eggs retrieved from a single donor, which can help make treatment more affordable.

Learn more about shared egg donation cycles.

Embryology Services:

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) uses a small needle to inject a single sperm directly into the egg to achieve fertilization during the IVF procedure.

Learn more about intracytoplasmic sperm injection.

Assisted Embryo Hatching

Assisted hatching (AH) is an advanced reproductive technique used with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to enhance the probability of successful embryo implantation.

Learn more about assisted embryo hatching.

Gender Selection

The latest technology and developments allow parents to choose the biological gender (sex) of their baby. Parents who want to balance their family or are only having one child may consider gender selection.

Learn more about biological gender selection.

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis is of value to parents at risk of having children with serious genetic conditions. This testing allows physicians to identify potential genetic diseases in the embryos during the IVF process, and then the healthiest embryo(s) can be transferred. 

Learn more about preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).

Infertility Treatment Surgeries:

Endoscopy and Microsurgery

Microsurgical techniques are used to optimize the outcome of fertility surgery by minimizing adhesion formation. These techniques usually involve gentle handling of the tissue, fine instruments, and small incisions. 

Learn more about endoscopy and microsurgery.

Tubal Obstructions

Tubal obstructions or closures in the fallopian tubes prevent sperm from being able to reach the eggs for fertilization. Our tubal reversal center provides procedures that can restore fertility.

Learn more about tubal obstructions.

Tubal Ligation Reversal

Tubal ligation reversal is a surgical procedure that can restore fertility to a woman by reconnecting the fallopian tubes that have been surgically cut, tied, and/or burned.

Learn more about tubal ligation reversal.

Testicular Sperm Extraction

Sperm can be harvested directly from the testes through testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) or testicular sperm extraction (TESE). The sperm is then used for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) with in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Learn more about testicular sperm extraction.

Cryopreservation Services/Cryobank:

Embryo Freezing and Storage

After embryo culture during IVF, if the patient isn’t ready for embryo transfer immediately or if more than one healthy embryo is created, patients may choose embryo freezing to preserve their leftover embryo(s) for use during a future IVF cycle.

Learn more about embryo freezing and storage.

Sperm Freezing and Storage

Sperm freezing provides sperm preservation for men who have high-risk occupations or who will be undergoing cancer therapies, prostate or testicular surgery, or a vasectomy. We offer sperm storage for patients trying to conceive with reproductive techniques. 

Learn more about sperm freezing and storage.

Egg Freezing and Storage

Women in their early to mid-20s who want to wait to get pregnant or those who need their ovaries removed for any reason may want to freeze their eggs for future use.

Learn more about egg freezing and storage.

Options for Prenatal Care Testing:

Prenatal Testing Options

Prenatal screening tests can help to determine if there may be any issues with the pregnancy or the baby. Prenatal screening tests during the first and second trimester of pregnancy are available.

Learn more about prenatal screening tests.

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