In The News - Coastal Fertility Medical Center

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information: Your well-being is our top priority. Read about Coastal’s recommendations on COVID-19 precautions here.

On-Demand Fertility Seminar On-Demand Egg Freezing Seminar
cfmc_head_text_resources gif

Our blogs feature detailed information regarding reproductive health, infertility, and fertility treatments. They are meant to deliver you the best knowledge.

By LISA LIDDANE The Orange County Register Sunday, September 19, 2004 DUE IN DECEMBER: Beatriz Sandoval is eagerly awaiting the birth of her child. “I have calmness throughout this pregnancy,” she says. SANG H. PARK, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER For…Read More

Fertility patients often don’t use all of the tiny cell clusters. Disposal procedures vary.  By DAVID B. CARUSO The Associated Press Writer Saturday, September 18, 2004 PHILADELPHIA – The nation’s fertility clinics vary widely when it comes to how they…Read More

MASURY — Like any new first-time mom, Patricia Wilson can’t seem to stop touching and looking at her 7-month-old son, Nathan, whom she calls her “miracle baby.” She picks him up. He smiles and says “mama” over and over, obviously…Read More

You could say that Dr. Lawrence Werlin is different. Looking a little bit like Einstein with silvery, shoulder-length hair, and glasses, he jaunts down the hall of his fertility clinic in Irvine to Mick Jagger tunes in a white frock…Read More

ONCE A WOMAN REACHES THE AGE OF 35, INFERTILITY PROBLEMS CAN BECOME MORE COMMON. FOR YEARS WOMEN HAVE TURNED TO INVITRO-FERTILIZATION TO HELP THEM HAVE BABIES. NOW THERE’S EVEN NEWER SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGHS TO HELP WOMEN. View PDF

The doctors had bad news for Trisha, as she is known, two years ago. Back surgery had destroyed her eggs; she could never have children. But she was determined to become a mom. View PDF

Fertility Clinics are making progress in perhaps the most difficult, and important, challenge they face: how to choose, among all the embryos growing in the lab, the one most likely to result in a pregnancy. View PDF

Once a woman reaches the age of 35, infertility problems can become more common. For those who turn to invitro fertilization, a new study shows there is a way to make it more successful. View PDF

Award-winning writer documents leading-edge infertility process from rare perspective of “hoping-to-be-father” IRVINE, Calif., May XX 2004 — A new book from Gray Wolf Press offers readers, for the first time, an inside glimpse at the trials and tribulations of trying…Read More

You’d have to be pretty heartless to begrudge the blessings of fertility treatment after reading Michael Ryan’s new book. But what about the way medical technology drives eager couples to obsess every step of the way? View PDF