Center for Reproductive Health at Mission Bay
The UCSF Center for Reproductive Health offers a comprehensive array of infertility evaluation and treatment options for both men and women. All our doctors have extensive experience and are board certified in obstetrics and gynecology as well as reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Our doctors' expertise is complemented by a large team of professionals, including genetic counselors, psychologists, specialists in male reproductive health, exceptional nurses and a detail-oriented office staff. In our state-of-the-art laboratory, embryology staff members work to maximize success for all individuals and couples who undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment.
We understand that you have made and will continue to face many difficult decisions, choices often accompanied by stress and uncertainty. Be assured that our team upholds the highest standards in delivering your care. It is our hope and intention to make this journey as comfortable as possible for you.
Our services include:
- Infertility evaluation
- Male reproductive health
- Fertility preservation
- Reproductive surgery
- Tubal reversal surgery
- In vitro fertilization (IVF)
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection
- Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis
- Intrauterine insemination
- Ovulation induction
- Donor sperm insemination
- Egg donor program
- Embryo donation program
- Treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Evaluation and care for recurrent pregnancy loss
- Gestational surrogacy
- Genetic screening and counseling
- Psychological support
When choosing a fertility provider, people often try to compare programs based on success rates. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) recognize that direct comparisons between clinics may not be possible without considering the patient population and the practice. Rates may vary, for example, due to differences in the screening process before an IVF cycle or the number of embryos transferred.
We do recognize, however, that individuals and couples would like the assurance that they are choosing a "successful" program. You may view our success rates at crh.ucsf.edu/our-success-rates. We also submit our statistics yearly to SART. You may view these statistics online.
Please keep in mind that individual outcomes depend on a variety of factors. Questions regarding success rates are best discussed with your reproductive endocrinologist.
MDReproductive endocrinologist and fertility specialist
Marcelle I. Cedars
MD, PhDObstetrician, gynecologist and reproductive endocrinologist
Eleni Greenwood Jaswa
MD, MScReproductive endocrinologist and fertility specialist
Heather G. Huddleston
MDObstetrician, gynecologist and reproductive endocrinologist
Erin Jean Morrow
MD, PhDReproductive endocrinologist
Mitchell P. Rosen
Lauri A. Pasch
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