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    LGBTQ+ friendly fertility clinic.


    Monday to Friday
    8am – 4:30pm
    3661 Valley Centre Dr
    Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92130
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    Become a Parent

    We are proud to be your fertility center

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    A Leader in Fertility Options

    RSMC’s mission is to provide all necessary resources to help make fertility treatment and options as streamlined as possible while offering our personal touch. We are a team of individuals with over 150 years of experience in IVF and third party reproduction and are dedicated to growing your family tree.

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    Under One Roof

    RSMC offers a comprehensive, end-to-end solution to all fertility challenges under one roof. Our services include diagnosis and testing, various IVF treatments, surrogacy, egg donation, personalized OB/GYN care and legal counsel. You can be assured that you will receive the very best and consistent care without having to shuttle from one specialist to another.

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    Here For Everyone

    Additionally, RSMC matches competitor’s pricing should you’ve received a better quote, allowing patients to enter the process with confidence and financial peace of mind. RSMC never declines service to patients regardless of nationality, sexual orientation, or marital status. To learn more, please contact us.

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    Infertility Is More Common Than You Think

    Infertility is the inability to conceive a child naturally and affects both men and women. Though you may not know someone who is having difficulty conceiving, it is much more common than you think. According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 12 percent of women ages 15 to 44 in the U.S. alone have difficulty becoming or staying pregnant.

    The ways in which couples or individuals discover infertility may vary, but most couples experience these four phases:

    Phase 1: Conceiving Naturally
    After you and your partner have decided it’s time to start a family, you both stop using birth control and let nature take its course. At this time, you may not be tracking your fertility window and may be having sex whenever the mood is right.

    Phase 2: Mild Conce