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Multiple individualized protocols

RSMC takes Personalized Patient Care to the next level. Our highly-experienced embryologists and lab specialist have over 30 years combined experience with a variety of situations, including some of the most challenging fertility cases.  learn more>

IVF

In vitro fertilization, commonly referred to as IVF, is the process by which eggs are removed from your ovaries and fertilized  with sperm in a laboratory culture dish, hence  “in vitro,” which means “in glass.”   learn more>

IUI

Intrauterine insemination, or IUI is a form of assisted conception. It is also referred to as artificial insemination.  During IUI, your doctor will place washed, prepared sperm into the uterus (womb) and near to the egg at your time of ovulation.   learn more>

Gestational Surrogacy

The surrogacy process can be overwhelming and emotional. You have questions and concerns. At Physician’s Surrogacy we are ready with answers and over 15 years of expertise to support you through every step of the process with confidence.  learn more>

Egg Donation

Egg donation, more commonly referred to as “donor egg”, is an assisted reproductive technology that uses In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to allow a woman to experience pregnancy and motherhood using another woman’s eggs.   learn more>

Assisted Embryo Hatching

During the initial stages of development, an embryo is contained in a layer of proteins known as the zona pellucida. For a variety of reasons, some embryos do not successfully hatch out of this coating and subsequently cannot implant in the uterus.  learn more>

PGS And PGD

Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) are both IVF procedures designed to examine your embryos for chromosomal abnormalities.  learn more>

ICSI

ICSI is a procedure in which a single sperm is injected directly into an egg to achieve fertilization. The resulting embryo(s) are then incubated for three to five days before transfer to the patient, or may be cryopreserved.  learn more>

Sperm Cryopreservation

Sperm freezing is a standard fertility preservation option for men who may be facing chemotherapy or radiation cancer treatments, as these therapies can seriously compromise or completely destroy fertility.  learn more>

Egg And Embryo Freezing

Each patient has an individualized medication protocol. The purpose of the medications taken during treatment is to safely stimulate the ovaries to produce more mature eggs than are produced in a natural cycle.  learn more>

Frozen Embryo Transfer

Healthy embryos resulting from an IVF cycle but not transferred to the patient at the end of the cycle can be cryopreserved and stored. When the patient is ready to have another child, her embryo(s) are thawed and transferred to her uterus at the appropriate point in her menstrual cycle.  learn more>

MESA

MESA is a procedure used in conjunction with ICSI in which sperm are obtained from the epididymis of male patients with obstructive azoopermia.  learn more>