Dr. Hinckley is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist who completed her training at Stanford University Medical Center. She says her greatest joy is helping patients to realize their dreams in creating a family, but she also enjoys participation in clinical and laboratory studies. She has extensively published articles in peer-reviewed journals on blastocyst transfer, avoiding triplet pregnancies, monozygotic twinning, operative hysteroscopy, correction of uterine anomalies, and biochemical pathways involved in ovulation and fertilization. She serves as a member of the Society for Reproductive Endocrinologists, the Christian Medical and Dental Society and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Her areas of interest include laparoscopic surgery, premature ovarian failure, oocyte freezing, and recurrent pregnancy loss.
Get to Know Dr. Hinckley
Understanding why early miscarriages, or biochemical miscarriages, happen has been a challenge for fertility physicians (and patients) for quite some time. Dr. Hinckley from RSC SF Bay Area explains two likely causes and the available treatments.
With the Chinese New Year upon us, I had to take a break and find out what this year may bring, especially for those born in 2017: The Year of the Fire Rooster. If you’re interested in getting pregnant this year, I have some tips to get you started.
In a study presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) 2016 convention in Helsinki, Finland, the question of whether lying down after IUI (intrauterine insemination) was addressed.