Genetic Testing to get pregnant: an interview with Dr Susanna J. Park. Infertility affects nearly 7% of all couples. It has been estimated that nearly 50% of infertility cases are due to genetic defects. Undergoing genetic testing can help many couples on their fertility journeys to find the root cause of their fertility issues. When
Improve and Increase Your Egg Quality in San Diego Poor egg quality is a leading cause of fertility problems among women in San Diego, often making it difficult or even impossible to conceive. At Reproductive Wellness we provide tailored care and treatment to those in La Jolla, La Mesa, Bonita, Chula Vista, Poway, Carlsbad and Del
We Serve San Diego's LGBTQ Commuity Reproductive Wellness provides a supportive environment dedicated to helping everyone conceive naturally in the San Diego area, including La Jolla, La Mesa, Bonita, Chula Vista, Poway, Del Mar, Carlsbad and surrounding areas. Many lesbian couples have a hard time conceiving. Same-sex couples face infertility challenges and need support in a
Marc Sklar, New President of ABORM American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine Marc Sklar, founder of the Reproductive Wellness Clinic in San Diego, recently announced he has become president of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, or ABORM. An international organization, ABORM pioneers best practices in oriental reproductive medicine and acupuncture
The Thyroid Fertility Connection We check full thyroid panels regularly in our practice for patients who are trying to conceive and in those that become pregnant. Why? More than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetime. An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, and
Adrenal Fatigue The ins and outs of adrenal health and how it relates to fertility Today we will cover: what is adrenal fatigue, symptoms and causes of adrenal fatigue, how it can impact fertility, and how to treat and reset your adrenals. We’ll also discuss lifestyle modifications and a diet for adrenal
It’s been said that a woman’s greatest masterpiece are her children. But, while some have no problem getting pregnant, millions of women are struggling to conceive even one child. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 10.9% of women between 15-44 have impaired fecundity or
You may have often heard from fertility experts that your chances of getting pregnant increase when you have sex during your ovulation period. In fact, it is often called the “window” of conception.
Trying to get pregnant is always an exciting time, but many times this excitement starts to fade when initial expectations don’t match the results. Parents try everything they can from strict timing to radical nutritional and lifestyle changes, but no luck. However, with a little professional help from a fertility clinic
Many couples excitedly look forward to parenthood only to encounter difficulties conceiving. Fortunately, modern science and technology now offer assistance to couples struggling with fertility. They can seek the advice of a fertility specialist in San Diego, who can give them helpful tips to improve their chances of getting pregnant.
While getting pregnant seems so easy for other people, there are those that may be finding it much more challenging. If you and your partner have been trying to get pregnant for a while, but to no avail, then you may have to start looking into some aspects of your life. There are things to
There are millions of people around the United States who are struggling with infertility. Over the long term, this can be a difficult burden to deal with by yourself. The good news is that there are a variety of clinics in the San Diego area that can help you with this issue. There are also