Pacific Fertility Center is providing women with new options for reproductive planning using fertility preservation. This allows them to take charge of their biological clock and preserve their younger, healthier eggs for later use. The implications of this exciting technology enable women to avoid the time pressure of fertility decline with age. Fertility preservation has been in the mainstream news recently with many Hollywood stars choosing to freeze their eggs and with pop culture TV shows discussing fertility preservation in their shows. This social phenomenon is here to stay. Dr. Philip Chenette explains more in this video.
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San Francisco, CA – May 8, 2013 – Pacific Fertility Center (PFC) has designated the month of May as Healthy Baby Month, highlighting its commitment to building families, one healthy baby at a time. During Healthy Baby Month, PFC is educating the community about the risks of multiple gestations and showing how its cutting-edge fertility treatment reduces these risks while simultaneously achieving high pregnancy rates.
In the past, multiple gestations such as twins, triplets, and even quadruplets were commonplace with in vitro fertilization (IVF). That's because it was standard practice to transfer multiple embryos to maximize the chance of pregnancy. But with multiple gestations comes multiple risks, such as the increased risk of preterm labor, low birth weight, and birth defects.
PFC is excited to see a recent story in the Wall Street Journal about Fertility Preservation.
Stay tuned for our upcoming ad in the May issue of Self Magazine and our video release of Dr. Chenette talking about PFC’s Fertility Preservation program.
Read the full story in the Wall Street Journal here.
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