RSC Bay Area HR Manager Breeann describes realizing she was an “older woman” trying to get pregnant and why she had never thought to take proactive measures, like freezing her eggs, to preserve her fertility.
Honoring National Infertility Awareness Week, RSC andrologist Evelyn Elnar writes about her transition from viewing infertility as a mere diagnosis to becoming acutely aware of it as a complex emotional journey.
A recent article suggests that probiotic foods may not only be good for our intestines, they may also affect the onset and progression of endometriosis, which can lead to infertility. Dr. Willman explains why.
Unexplained infertility is a frustrating diagnosis, but it doesn’t mean you can’t conceive. Dr. Weckstein explains treatments for unexplained infertility that can help you conceive, including IUI and IVF.
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.
The latest data show elective single embryo transfer (eSET) is on the rise as women seek to avoid the risks and complications of a multiples pregnancy. RSCBA’s rate of single embryo transfer is double the national average.
Many RSCBA patients are in the process of conceiving or have recently become pregnant and vacation season is coming up. Dr. Rosenbluth offers advice about traveling to areas affected by the virus and the potential risks of being infected.