Egg Freezing

September 08, 2014

PFC's Dr. Liyun Li was interviewed by SingTao Daily, a Chinese newspaper, on egg freezing. Below is a photo of the newspaper article.

September 02, 2014

A Pacific Fertility Center (PFC) patient shares her experience with freezing her eggs and facing the biological block. Also, PFC's Dr. Philip Chenette discusses egg freezing and the options it gives women not ready to start their family.

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May 14, 2014

San Francisco, CA – May 14, 2014 - STRESSED OUT WOMEN MAY HAVE A HARDER TIME GETTING PREGNANT-A new study suggests stressed out women are less likely to get pregnant than women with lower stress. Although the relationship between stress and trouble getting pregnant has been hinted at before, it had never been scientifically proven before now. This new research marks the first time that scientists have found a direct link between stress and infertility. Working on stress is something they can try to do on their own to improve their chances of getting pregnant. In a study that followed more than 400 women just as they were starting to try to get pregnant, the researchers found that women with the highest levels of the stress indicator alpha-amylase in their saliva were 29% less likely to get pregnant than women with the lowest levels...

November 27, 2013

A Pacific Fertility Center patient shares her story about Fertility Preservation in the Huffington Post. 

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October 02, 2013

San Francisco, CA – October 2, 2013 – On September 26 and 27, Pacific Fertility Center (PFC) was featured prominently in two San Francisco Business Times articles on egg freezing and fertility preservation. The two-part series—“Buying the time for a baby” and “The costs of buying more time for a baby”—highlighted the story of a PFC patient and included interviews with PFC’s laboratory director, Joseph Conaghan, PhD, and PFC partner, Eldon D. Schriock, MD.