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San Diego Fertility Center will Remain Open

Although there have been recent roll-backs of non-essential indoor services in California, SDFC will remain open for all services. SDFC appreciates the time sensitive nature of essential fertility services and will continue to offer these services…


How To Predict The Number Of Eggs In An IVF Cycle

Dr. Susanna Park | June 2020 Unlike men, who create new sperm every day, women do not create new eggs. Women are born with a lifetime limited supply of eggs (~1 million eggs). This supply is called “ovarian reserve.” As women get older, the ova…


SDFC June/July Webinars

As we all work together to adapt in these uncertain and unprecedented times, we remain dedicated to bringing you information and education on IVF and surrogacy issues that are important to you . SDFC has joined forces with many of our wonderful…


SDFC's Richard Westoby Interviewed by TwoDads.U.K

As part of their Covid-19 Support Series, Michael Johnson of TwoDads.U.K. spoke with our own in-house surrogacy guru, Richard Westoby. Richard is the author of the book, "Our Journey: One Couple's Guide to U.S. Surrogacy", and advocates…


San Diego Fertility Center is Open

Due to the most recent guidelines from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), SDFC has made the decision to begin reinitiating fertility treatment in order to best support our patients in their time sensitive fertility journeys. The…


Webinar: COVID-19 Updates and Fertility

For our fertility or third-party reproduction patients, we understand that you probably have a lot of questions about how treatments will be handled as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. As part of our effort to keep your fertility journey…


Letter to Patients

The San Diego Fertility Center has been closely monitoring the rapidly developing situation with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and responding to recommendations as they are provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American Society of…