Reproductive health is one of the most sensitive topics in recent times because those people who suffer from issues related to it face not only physical symptoms but also psychological and social problems. The stigma faced by those unable to give birth, one of the reproductive health issues, is particularly surreal. In West Hollywood egg donation is one of the strategies used to fight infertility by EliranMor, MD, and Irene Woo, MD.

Meet Dr.Mor

Dr.Mor is well versed in the field of reproductive health, having received his medical degree from Tel Aviv University – Sackler School of Medicine. He undertook his four-year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York Methodist Hospital based in Brooklyn. Later on, Dr.Mor finished his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of South California. He is board-confirmed in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology.

Having researched a variety of topics involving reproductive health, Dr.Mor is well specialized in interventions meant to reverse reproductive health issues, e.g., tubal gamete.

Meet Dr. Woo

Dr. Woo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania and completed at Pennsylvania State University with a medical degree. She did her four-year fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Woo also completed a three-year fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of South California.

Egg freezing is something Dr. Woo has a keen interest in. She encourages young women to freeze their eggs while still in their early reproductive years. Having done extensive research in frozen oocyte embryo transfer, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and oocyte competency in women with reduced ovarian supply.

Interesting facts about Egg Donation

Are you worried about the inability to give birth due to complications with your eggs? Worry no more because Dr. Woo and Dr.Mor are there to help you by obtaining an egg from a young surrogate mother and implanting it in your uterus where sperm from your partner fertilizes it.

Usually, the stimulation for the production of eggs in the surrogate mother is done through injectable medication. At the same time, you undergo uterine preparation for the embryo implant, which will have been fertilized in a lab.

You may require egg donation services if;

  •       You  experience premature menopause
  •       You have reached menopause
  •       You have genetic factors affecting your fertility
  •       You are of advanced age with reduced ovarian reserves
  •       You are gay and want to have children with your partner, usually through gestational surrogacy.

Egg donation guarantees a higher success rate of childbirth compared to other interventions trying to treat infertility. At the California Center for Reproductive Health, safety comes first above everything else when it comes to egg donation. The egg donors also undergo screening to ensure physical, psychological, and genetic issues are eliminated so that you have a healthy baby. Call or book online with the California Center for Reproductive Health to seek this life-changing procedure now!

Other services offered at California Center for Reproductive Health

  •       Egg freezing
  •       Embryo freezing
  •       Gender selection
  •       Mini IVF
  •       Access IVF
  •       Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
  •       Oncofertility
  •       PGS/ PGD
  •       Tubal reversal
  •       Artificial insemination
  •       Sperm extraction
  •       LGBTQ fertility options

The inability to have a child can harm people emotionally and psychologically. Through various treatment options at California Reproductive Health Center, you are guaranteed to receive the optional treatment just right for you. Do not hold back with your reproductive health issues; book online now via the website or through calling the center.