Southern California Reproductive Centers: Understanding Fertility

What is A Fertility Specialist?

Fertility specialists are physicians who have pursued additional training for the medical or surgical treatment of infertility. Fertility specialists devote all or a very large percentage of their practice to treating infertility. An individual infertility specialist may also be a Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE), a physician trained first in Obstetrics and Gynecology, then fellowship-trained for at least two additional years in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. The Southern California Reproductive Center fertility specialists are committed full-time to the study and treatment of all aspects of fertility. Their experience and commitment speak for themselves.

Because of the rapidly advancing nature of the technology of infertility treatment, this commitment is not only typical, but also necessary for fertility specialists to stay up to date in the field. In addition, because your treatment is regulated by your physiological needs, not an office schedule, our fertility specialists and staff are available seven days a week and are committed to the time- and labor-intensive nature of the fertility treatment regimen. Our staff and facility are ready to meet the needs and complexity of your medication, testing, and treatment schedules. This kind of commitment is a necessity for proper support of your needs and the greatest assurance of a successful outcome.

Infertility can weigh heavily on the emotional well-being of couples, as can recurrent pregnancy loss. At each of the Southern California Reproductive Center’s offices, emotional support is provided by our inhouse support groups and by individual counseling sessions with a staff member with a Ph.D. in psychology who is highly experienced in the emotional impact of infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss.

 
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