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Surviving the Holidays with Infertility

Tips for surviving the holidays with infertility from our Los Angeles fertility center

Well-known holiday tunes often talk of chestnuts roasting, carolers singing and the “most wonderful time of the year.” However, for some couples and individuals, surviving the holidays with infertility can present additional challenges. The team at USC Fertility understands that fertility treatments and family holiday gatherings may not mix well.

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Leslie Oldham Talks Women’s Health and Fertility

Leslie Oldham’s thoughts – Women’s health and fertility are closely intertwined

Some people may think of women’s health and fertility as two separate topics. However, Leslie Oldham, the nurse practitioner at our Los Angeles fertility center, knows this is far from the truth. “So many women’s health issues can contribute to infertility, just as many causes of infertility can cause health issues in women.

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Oncofertility and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We offer oncofertility options to make the dream of parenthood come true

During October, the USC Fertility team wants to acknowledge the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and assist our patients in having the families they desire. Through oncofertility, which blends the areas of oncology and reproductive medicine, our Los Angeles fertility center experts can offer hope to cancer patients who want to conceive after treatment.

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USC Fertility Presenting Research at ASRM 2019

We’re presenting exciting fertility research at ASRM 2019

The team at our Los Angeles fertility center believes in the importance of performing fertility research. We’re able to directly treat patients at USC Fertility every day and indirectly improve treatment for patients around the world with our leading-edge research. The residents and fellows at USC Fertility are presenting seven posters and giving three oral presentations at ASRM 2019.

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PCOS Awareness Month

USC Fertility offers support during PCOS Awareness Month

An estimated 10% of women live with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). This hormonal condition affects female fertility and can contribute to other health issues like obesity, anxiety, depression, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. September is PCOS Awareness Month. However, the team at our Los Angeles fertility center is dedicated to offering treatments and hope for PCOS patients every month of the year.

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