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Dr. Meghan Smith – Combining Research and Patient Care

Meet Dr. Meghan Smith, a fertility doctor who is improving the field with research

Working as a Southern California fertility doctor allows Dr. Meghan Smith to make a difference in the lives of her patients. To expand her reach to hopeful parents around the country and the world, she also conducts fertility research. Her findings and insights can help change the way that doctors everywhere practice reproductive medicine.

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Traveling During Fertility Treatment

Consider these helpful hints for traveling during fertility treatment

At USC Fertility, we understand that trying to conceive, or TTC, can take a mental and physical toll. A relaxing vacation can help renew your body and mind. Picking up and leaving the world behind does require planning if you’re undergoing infertility treatment, especially given the current pandemic.

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Infertility and Father’s Day

Encourage your partner to express his feelings about infertility and Father’s Day

Holidays can be difficult if you and your partner are struggling to conceive; and facing infertility and Father’s Day can be especially tough to handle. Often, we focus on women and the pain infertility causes them, but men feel this pain too. Our Los Angeles fertility center team understands the challenges you and your partner face when you’re struggling to conceive,

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The Importance of Prenatal Vitamins

The importance of prenatal vitamins when preparing for pregnancy

Although you may be struggling to conceive, the team at our Los Angeles fertility center believes our patients should begin preparing for pregnancy. Eating right, exercising and taking prenatal vitamins can help get your body ready as you continue your journey on the path to parenthood.

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National Infertility Awareness Week 2020

Learn more during National Infertility Awareness Week 2020 with our fertility experts

Conservative estimates suggest that 1 in 8 U.S. couples struggle with infertility. Trying to have a baby without success can create stress, anxiety and discouragement. During National Infertility Awareness Week 2020, the team at USC Fertility wants to offer encouragement to our patients and promote a greater understanding of infertility.

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