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Does Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Cause Infertility?

Does Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Cause Infertility? If you’re wondering whether Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is the reason you are struggling to conceive, the answer could be yes. PCOS is one of the most common, but treatable, causes of infertility in women. Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California (RMANorCal) physicians Dr. Scott Morin and Dr. […]

Why Can’t I Get Pregnant Again? It May be Secondary Infertility

Why Can’t I Get Pregnant Again? It May be Secondary Infertility Because a woman’s fertility declines with age, sometimes it can be harder to get pregnant with a second child than it was with the first. Fertility doctors refer to this as secondary infertility: when a woman has trouble getting pregnant on her own after […]

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IVIRMA Global Concludes 8th International IVIRMA Congress on Reproductive Medicine in Mallorca, Spain

  MALLORCA, Spain, April 16, 2019 — The doctor was not in recently. In fact, hundreds of doctors, scientists and researchers from around the world were away from their offices, gathered in Mallorca, Spain for the 8th International IVIRMA Congress on Reproductive Medicine, April 4-6 The biennial congress brought together more than 1,600 specialists from nearly 70 countries to present research, […]

Is IVF right for you?

Do I need IVF?

If you’ve been struggling to get pregnant and looking into fertility treatments, you’ve probably heard of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). And if you have, you might be wondering if it’s right for you, what you can expect and what the chances of success are. Most importantly, you’re probably wondering where to go to get care. […]

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What to Expect at Your First Appointment with RMANorCal

DING! You glance down at the notification on your phone: fertility appointment with Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California (RMANorCal) this afternoon at 2pm. You take a deep breath. You’ve known about the appointment for a while, and you’ve prepared: you and your partner have taken the time off work, you know the fastest way […]

IUI is a common fertility procedure at RMA of Northern California

What is IUI and Can It Help Me?

If you’re new to fertility treatment in San Francisco, you might be trying to make sense of all the new acronyms you’re suddenly being asked to understand. Undoubtedly, one of them is IUI, or Intrauterine Insemination. At Reproductive Medicine Associates of Northern California (RMANorCal) – with offices in San Francisco and Palo Alto – IUI […]

When is the right time to freeze your eggs?

When is a good time to freeze your eggs?

What is all the buzz about? Maybe you heard a friend talking about freezing her eggs. Maybe an ad popped up on your Instagram feed about egg freezing in San Francisco. Or maybe a recent birthday got you thinking about time and whether – and if – you should start looking into egg freezing for […]

Fertility care you deserve

When Scott Morin and his longtime friend and colleague Jonathan Kort first contemplated the idea of building a new fertility clinic in San Francisco, they were driven by one thing: giving patients in the Bay Area access to world-class fertility care. The thought of opening a new clinic in one of the most crowded healthcare […]

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What Could be Causing My Infertility?

If you’ve been trying and can’t get pregnant, you’re probably asking yourself: why? Wanting to know what’s causing your infertility is natural, and, while there are some cases of unexplained infertility, there is usually a reason for the inability to conceive on your own. In those cases, seeing a San Francisco fertility doctor, or reproductive […]

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Considering Fertility Care in San Francisco? 6 Things to Know

 You may have spent the last 12 months unsuccessfully trying for a baby, searching the internet for how long it normally takes to conceive, and wondering whether or not to see a fertility doctor in San Francisco. And now, in the New Year, you may finally be ready to commit to a plan of action. […]