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Center for Reproductive Health at Mount Zion

The UCSF Center for Reproductive Health offers a comprehensive array of infertility evaluation methods and treatment options for people of all genders. In our world-renowned program, patients have access to top fertility experts, the latest technologies, and innovative services based on cutting-edge research.

Our experienced doctors are all board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology as well as in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Their expertise is complemented by a large team of professionals that includes genetic counselors, psychologists, specialists in male reproductive health, exceptional nurses and a detail-oriented office staff. In our state-of-the-art laboratory, embryology technicians work to maximize success for all patients undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Our consistently high pregnancy rates reflect this commitment to excellence (see more details on patient outcomes below). We are accredited by the College of American Pathologists and recognized as a leader in fertility services by colleagues around the country.

We understand that our patients have to make difficult decisions – choices often accompanied by stress and uncertainty. When you come to us, be assured that our team upholds the highest standards in delivering care and know that we hope and intend to make this journey as comfortable as possible for you.

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Our services

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Our outcomes

When choosing a fertility provider, people often compare programs based on success rates. Many turn to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), a reporting service that collects data on IVF outcomes from fertility clinics around the United States.

However, both SART and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that direct comparisons between fertility clinics may not be useful. This is because pregnancy rates largely depend on patient characteristics and how each clinic determines eligibility for IVF. 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, though, that individuals and couples like the assurance that they are choosing a "successful" program. Each year, we submit data on our outcomes to SART, which are published online for patients to review. If you need this information in another format, please give us a call.

Keep in mind that individual outcomes depend on a variety of factors. Questions regarding success rates are best discussed with your reproductive endocrinologist.


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    More than hope: exemplary medical care

    The UCSF Center for Reproductive Health is committed to shaping the future of reproductive medicine. Meet our providers, hear from our patients, and explore our approach to research and treatment.

    Patient education

    FAQ: Fertility Services at UCSF

    Find frequently asked questions regarding fertility services at UCSF including, when should you consider fertility services, success rates and more.

    Infertility Treatment Financing Options

    The process of resolving infertility can be difficult for many people, and the financial aspects of treatment can be especially daunting. Learn more,

    Decorative Caduceus

    The REBALANCE Study - a Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized, Pivotal Study of the May Health S...

    Occurrence of at least one (1) ovulation


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    Sperm Preparation Prior to Intrauterine Insemination Study

    The clinical pregnancy rate by treatment group over the course of IUI treatment


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    Natural Versus Programmed Frozen Embryo Transfer (NatPro)

    Frequency of preeclampsia, as defined by American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) guidelines for hypertensive disorders in pregnancy (Obstetrics & Gynecology 2020;135:e237-e260)


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    Glucose Evaluation Through Continuous Glucose Monitors in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Difference between change in hemoglobin A1C for 2 treatment arms from baseline to after 90 days


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    Restoring Metabolic and Reproductive Health With Sleep in PCOS Study, CPAP Trial

    The percent of newly synthesized fatty acids (DNL, %) will be measured using a stable isotope (deuterated water) and mass spectrometry.


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    Safety and Effectiveness of Juveena™ Hydrogel System Following TCGP At High-Risk for Intrauteri...

    Incidence of No IUA at second look hysteroscopy (SLH)


    Decorative Caduceus

    Fertility Preservation Using Tamoxifen and Letrozole in Estrogen Sensitive Tumors Trial

    To determine if the assigned stimulation regimen will result in a difference in mature (meiosis II) oocyte yield in patients with breast cancer who undergo ovarian stimulation for fertility preservation. An Effect Size of 3 mature...


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    Expanding Fertility Care to Poor and Low Resourced Settings Study

    The time to completion between in-clinic versus at-home testing will be identified when the provider obtains the results.


    Support services

    Patient Resource

    Case Management & Social Work

    Connect with a team that can help you find resources, solve problems and advocate for you during treatment at UCSF.


    Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Class

    This eight-week class teaches mindfulness practices that can reduce stress and improve your overall health, such as meditation and body awareness.

    Patient Resource

    Patient Relations

    We welcome feedback about your experience at UCSF Health. Find out how to contact us with comments, questions or concerns.

    Patient Resource

    Spiritual Care Services

    Chaplains representing many faiths are available around the clock to provide support, comfort and counsel to patients, families and caregivers.

    Patient Resource

    Women's Health Resource Center

    Access free health resources here, from classes and webinars to support groups and medical referrals, plus pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding services.

    Preparing for your appointment

    What to Bring

    • Insurance card
    • Medical records
    • New patient questionnaire
    • List of your medications, including dosages, plus any you're allergic to
    • List of questions you may have
    • Device or paper for taking notes

    International Services

    If you live outside the United States and are coming to UCSF for medical treatment, our patient liaisons can help coordinate all aspects of your visit.

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    Interpreting Services

    UCSF offers interpreters in various languages, including American Sign Language (ASL), as well as services for deaf, hard-of-hearing and visually impaired patients.

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    Hospital Stays

    Make your hospital stay as smooth and comfortable as possible by finding out how to prepare and what to expect.

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    Your Doctor Visit

    See our top 10 tips for making your UCSF doctor’s appointment as stress-free and productive as possible.

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    Special programs

    Ovum Donor Program

    UCSF established one of the Bay Area's first programs to provide donor eggs for women who haven't been able to conceive using their own. Learn more.

    Related clinics

    Center for Reproductive Health at Mission Bay

    499 Illinois St., Sixth Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94158

    Fertility Preservation Program

    499 Illinois St., Sixth Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94158

    Male Sexual & Reproductive Health Center

    400 Parnassus Ave., Suite 610
    San Francisco, CA 94143

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