More than five million babies have been born using in vitro fertilization (IVF), the technique of harvesting eggs for implantation in the uterus. IVF allows infertile women and couples to fulfill the dream of parenthood through childbirth. Proud of our exceptional success rates, Pacific Fertility Center has helped thousands of IVF patients.
Pacific Fertility Center assists many patients who choose to take advantage of egg donation to achieve pregnancy. Sometimes a friend or relative agrees to donate eggs, or a donor may be found through other selective avenues. Our expert doctors and staff offer patients guidance and perform all procedures to facilitate this process.
New techniques have made egg freezing an even better option for women who seek to preserve fertility. Some women’s fertility may be compromised by cancer treatment, and others simply want to postpone the childbearing years. Our process allows you to preserve healthy, young eggs, for your best chance of successful pregnancy when the time is right.
Today’s advanced techniques make it possible to fulfill the dream of having a daughter or a son. For many reasons, including avoiding sex-based genetic disease, some patients seek to select the gender of their baby. Our center offers IVF with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), with results approaching 100% reliability.
Used in conjunction with IVF, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and screening (PGS) are very reliable techniques for predetermining an embryo's gender or condition. PGD can detect the presence of genetically-transmitted disease, such as cystic fibrosis. PGS is used to screen embryos for chromosomal normalcy.
At Pacific Fertility Center, we are passionate about helping LGBT couples pursue the option of starting a family using the latest fertility technologies. We assist with artificial insemination, donor and surrogacy, IVF and other methods used to conceive a child using one partner's sperm or egg.
For women and couples who are unable to conceive or carry a baby naturally, surrogacy may be a solution. At Pacific Fertility Center, we assist clients with the surrogate candidate selection process, and our doctors perform IVF or insemination, as needed. Our rates of success for infertile patients are exceptional.
Some women undergo a procedure to prevent pregnancy, then experience new circumstances and the renewed desire for a baby. Outpatient tubal reversal surgery at Pacific Fertility Center can successfully restore your fertility. Our doctors are able to reverse a tubal ligation for our patients in 90-95% of cases.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a technique involving the injection of sperm directly into the uterine cavity through the cervix. Chances of conception are enhanced by this method, which utilizes sperm washing and the injection of a concentrated amount of the most motile sperm specimens.
For women who do not naturally produce eggs or who ovulate irregularly, ovulation induction at Pacific Fertility Center can help you achieve pregnancy. Medications may be prescribed or administered to help you ovulate, or in some cases, enhance chances of conception by increasing the number of eggs released per cycle.
Pacific Fertility Center treats patients from all over the world. We are successful in complex cases, and are proud to say we have helped conceive babies from almost every continent. In addition to in-person treatment, we can work with your local physician and coordinate lab work and cycle monitoring from afar.
For effective infertility treatment, it is important to know whether a problem exists with the male or female partner. In our in-house lab, expertly trained specialists use the most current methods to perform semen analysis on our patients. We also have the resources to conduct more advanced types of semen tests, if needed.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition of hormonal imbalance, often including cysts on the ovaries. PCOS patients who have irregular or no menstruation may need help achieving pregnancy. Fertility medications can stimulate ovulation, and IVF is another potential solution for PCOS patients.
Some fertility patients need the help of a sperm donor in order to become pregnant. The selection of a sperm donor to help create your family is an important decision. At Pacific Fertility Center, we offer resources and guidance to assist patients in all aspects of conception, including choosing an appropriate sperm donor.
Embryo donation is the process where a couple who has leftover embryos chooses to donate these fertilized eggs. In these cases, a frozen embryo transfer can enable an infertile female to carry a baby to term. Patients often have many questions about this delicate process, and the specialists at Pacific Fertility Center offer answers.
Pacific Fertility Center utilizes a wide variety of effective fertility medications for the benefit of our patients. Most types of medications treat female infertility issues, but some can be used to enhance male fertility. Our doctors thoroughly evaluate each patient before prescribing appropriate oral or injectable medications.
The treatment for female infertility is based on the underlying problem. These may range from ineffective timing of intercourse to irregular ovulation and problems with the reproductive organs. When no underlying cause can be found for a couple’s difficulty in conceiving, they often elect intrauterine insemination (also known as artificial insemination) as a first treatment option.
As with female infertility, the treatment for male infertility is based on the underlying cause. Low sperm count, low sperm motility, infection, and swollen testicular veins are some examples. Intracytoplasmic Injection (ICSI), in which a single sperm is inserted in the egg, is a very promising newer treatment.
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