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Finding the Right Fertility Specialist

Factors for finding the right fertility specialist

Choosing a doctor to help you have a baby is a big decision. When you need fertility diagnosis testing and treatment, you want an expert who is just as committed to growing your family as you are. If you live in Southern California, you’ll probably start by looking for a fertility specialist in LA,

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Latest Oncofertility Research

Keeping up with the latest oncofertility research

Thanks to advances in cancer treatment, more men and women are surviving cancer and going on to live happy, normal lives. The greatest hope of many cancer warriors is to have a child after recovery. To give cancer patients a fighting chance at a future family, our team of LA oncofertility specialists embraces the latest oncofertility research.

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How many eggs should I freeze?

The team at USC Fertility assists women in determining the number of eggs to expect during the egg freezing process.

Over the last ten years, the process of egg freezing has improved, thanks to newer techniques for flash freezing delicate oocytes, the body’s largest cells comprised mainly of water. The team at USC Fertility strives to help women like you make the most of this medical advancement in their journey to pregnancy.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Advice from a Survivor: “Live Like You’re Going to Have a Long, Happy Life.”

Wendi Davenport learned she had Stage 2 breast cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes.

She also learned that she could take steps to protect her chances for having children after cancer treatment. Wendi’s surgical oncologist informed her of options that she didn’t know existed—freezing eggs and/or embryos and placing her ovaries into a temporary menopausal state.

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