RSC is a leading San Francisco infertility network that has proudly served the Bay Area for more than 25 years. When it comes to treating infertility, RSC is a leading pioneer and we’ll work with you to help achieve your dreams of having a baby.
Our services include several fertility treatment options, from basic infertility treatments to the most advanced IVF assisted reproductive procedures, as well as counseling and alternative family building options.
IVF & associated services
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most successful method of infertility treatment. IVF specialists combine the sperm and the egg (oocyte) for fertilization to occur, then the resulting embryos are transferred to the uterus to develop into a pregnancy.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a laboratory procedure developed to help infertile couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) due to male factor infertility.
An embryo transfer occurs during IVF when a doctor places an embryo or embryos into a woman’s uterus. Learn about success rates & risks.
Frequently asked questions about embryo freezing, frozen embryo care and transfer, and practices specific to RSC.
The IVF Open Access Program (OAP) was designed to allow our patients to access our services and minimize travel to our office(s) while allowing monitoring at a convenient location closer to the patient's home.
Other fertility services
The Polaris Treatment Navigator allows patients to visualize their personalized fertility metrics and likelihood of success across various treatment types.
Ovulation is dependent on a balance of reproductive hormones. If the body does not produce these correctly, infertility can result. Fertility drugs treat inactive ovaries to ovulate or produce more than one egg at a time.
PGT is a lab process that evaluates embryos for genetic defects that may cause miscarriage, birth defects or genetic diseases. PGT can be used before IVF to help identify healthy embryos.
With intrauterine insemination (IUI), also referred to as artificial insemination, millions of sperm are placed directly into the uterus when the woman is most fertile, immediately prior to and during ovulation.
In recent years, microsurgery - an operation using the magnification of an operating microscope or a laparoscope - has led to dramatic advances infertility treatments.
Fertility preservation is the act of saving one's ability to have children at a later point in life through cryopreservation of eggs, sperm or embryos. Preservation may be pursued for lifestyle reasons such as waiting to have children until later in life or medical reasons such as a diagnosis of cancer.
Treating patients’ entire well-being instead of targeting a certain condition can be very effective because patients often have more than one factor contributing to their infertility.
The treatment of infertility brings cycles of hope and despair - and turns life into an emotional roller coaster. Infertile couples need psychological support, whether it be from family, friends, doctors, counselors, on-line support groups or each other.