What we want you tknow about infertility

Speaking Out for Infertility Awareness

National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW), April 18-24, aims to alter the stigma and silence around infertility. This year's theme, #WhatIWantYouToKnow, exposes the questions often left unasked and gives voice to those who deserve to be heard.

In honor of NIAW, we are sharing important resources, below, as well as special social media outreach throughout the week to help raise awareness.

Join us in sharing stories of hope, resilience and courage during NIAW by using #NIAW2021. Together, we can empower and uplift others struggling with fertility issues. 
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Know You Are Not Alone

Anyone can be challenged to have a family: 1 in 8 couples have infertility. No matter what race, religion, sexuality or economic status, infertility doesn’t discriminate. Fortunately, in our quest to help all have a family, neither do we. 

Our greatest triumphs are not our stories to tell, but the couples and individuals we've helped throughout the years.

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What Do You Want to Know? 

 
If you’re trying to conceive, you may want to learn the facts about how fertility actually works. Or you may want to hear about the costs and options or the experiences of those who've gone through it.

Whatever you are looking for, we provide answers in our podcast. Join our doctors for frank discussions on all things related to fertility and infertility treatment.

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Established in 1983, two years after the first successful birth through in vitro fertilization (IVF) in the U.S., Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area has been a pioneering fertility medical practice. RSC was responsible for the nation’s second successful birth of a baby from a frozen embryo and is recognized today for its pregnancy rates and work with egg donors and egg donation for patients from northern California, the Western United States, Asia, India and around the world for patients pursuing medical tourism.
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