Thanks to the many breakthroughs in fertility treatment in recent years, today's couples trying to conceive have a wide variety of infertility treatment options to discuss with their fertility doctor.
Women can now preserve their fertility by freezing their eggs at an early age if considering pregnancy later in life (late thirties to early forties).Learn more
Additional embryos can be cryopreserved and utilized in future IVF cycles without having to undergo egg collection again.Learn more
Men have the option of freezing their sperm prior to cancer treatments, military service or in preparation for an IVF procedure.Learn more
Our doctors are able to correct a number of anatomic defects that may be impairing your ability to conceive within our in-house surgery center.Learn more
There are a number of non-surgical treatments appropriate as a first choice for couples who have not been able to conceive.Learn more
ART involves the direct manipulation of eggs, sperm and embryos for use in infertility treatment, including IVF, IVF-ET, ICSI and assisted hatching.Learn more
After any conventional treatment, women may seek to boost their health through complimentary medicine, such as acupuncture or psychotherapy.Learn more
There are a large number of causes that can prevent one from being able to conceive. An accurate diagnosis is the first step in dealing with infertility.Learn more
After you receive your diagnosis, we assemble your personal fertility team in order to develop an individualized treatment plan for you.
This team, headed by your dedicated fertility doctor, reflects SCRC's multidisciplinary approach, marshaling the resources of reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, radiologists, patient care specialists, complementary and alternative practitioners such as acupuncturists, psychotherapists, and others.
The team approach extends to every member of the SCRC staff: from your ultrasound technician to your surgery coordinator, we recruit and assemble the best talent in each area.
We never forget that you are the most important part of the team; we make sure that the treatment plan we devise works with your particular needs and wishes, giving you the best chance of having a baby.
Non-surgical fertility treatments (fertility medications) are usually first-line treatment for many couples who have been unable to conceive. They are most often used to treat ovulatory disorders, and consist of powerful fertility drugs such as clomiphene citrate (Clomid) and gonadotropins to induce ovulation. At SCRC, we use the latest drugs available. We support research and development efforts of major pharmaceutical companies by conducting clinical trials of novel fertility treatments, as well as newer formulations or delivery systems of existing drugs. Our patients who participate in these clinical trials are often able to receive these medications at little to no cost.
Surgical infertility treatments are helpful in correcting pelvic abnormalities such as uterine fibroids and pelvic adhesions. Surgical correction is also used as an endometriosis treatment. The fertility specialists at SCRC use only the most advanced, minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible.
Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) comprise perhaps the most advanced set of infertility treatments available in the fertility specialist's toolkit. These sophisticated techniques, performed in SCRC's Los Angeles fertility clinic and IVF laboratory, have made pregnancy a reality for thousands of couples who thought they could never conceive. Some of the ART procedures available at SCRC include:
Did you know: the overwhelming majority of infertility cases in the U.S. (85 to 90 percent) are treated with conventional therapies such as medical or surgical treatment, as opposed to IVF or assisted reproductive technology (ART)?
(Source:American Association for Reproductive Medicine)
Just call SCRC at (800) 600-9112 and speak with one of our friendly fertility consultants. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and schedule a consultation for you with your personal fertility specialist. If you prefer, click here to contact us.