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Dr. Bendikson Discusses Egg Freezing for Young Women

Watch Dr. Bendikson’s interview with Good Morning America about egg freezing for young women

It’s a fact that fertility slowly declines with age. More companies are marketing egg freezing for young women, including women in their early-20s. While many millennials are considering fertility preservation after hearing compelling marketing messaging, Dr. Kristin Bendikson sets the record straight during a Good Morning America segment.

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Dr. Paulson Discusses PGT Advances

Read Dr. Paulson’s interview in Forbes about PGT advances

More hopeful parents are talking to their fertility doctors about combining preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) with IVF. In the past, this involved testing a few biopsied cells from the growing embryo. One fertility center now claims that testing the DNA that leaks out of an embryo can provide results that are just as accurate.

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Dr. Bendikson Talks Wearable Fertility Trackers

See Dr. Bendikson’s interview with KFSN-TV (ABC, Fresno)

The popularity of wearable fertility trackers like Ava is growing, but do they really work? Kristin Bendikson MD was recently interviewed about these devices and whether they can increase a woman’s odds of conceiving naturally.

Most wearable fertility trackers measure a woman’s body temperature to determine her fertility window each month.

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Dr. Bendikson Discusses the Basics of Hormonal Birth Control on mindbodygreen

Nearly 1 in 5 women are taking hormonal birth control. What makes this form of birth control so popular and effective? Kristin Bendikson MD wrote a feature article for mindbodygreen to help women learn how this type of contraceptive works.

Our Los Angeles fertility doctor explained everything from what’s in the pill to whether you need to have a period while you take it.

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Dr. Paulson Interviewed by CNN about IVF and Insurance Coverage

40 years after the birth of the first IVF baby, many insurance companies still don’t pay for this highly effective fertility treatment. Because in vitro fertilization is often the only way for some men and women to have a biological child, more people are lobbying for increased coverage of IVF.

Richard Paulson MD spoke to CNN about the reasons why insurance companies are still reluctant to provide coverage for IVF.

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Dr. Paulson on NPR Following the Ohio Storage Tank Failure

USC Fertility is world-renowned for delivering leading edge fertility treatments with compassion.

The physicians at our Los Angeles fertility center care about all men and women who are struggling with infertility, so they have been following the tragic news regarding the egg and embryo storage failures in Cleveland and San Francisco.

As a leader in the field of reproductive medicine and the director of USC Fertility,

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