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Introducing Our NEW Spanish and Vietnamese Infertility Website at West Coast Fertility Centers

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Being located in such a diverse community in Southern California, West Coast Fertility Centers felt the importance of bringing forth the explanations and facts of infertility treatments to our valued Spanish and Vietnamese patients in their own languages.

Unlike the automatic language translation services available, we never felt comfortable with the ability and correctness of their translation and, therefore, we wrote our own content for the satisfaction of our patients.

We have treated patients from around the globe and the dignity of every person who seeks our help is respected regardless of background or partnership status. Dr. David Diaz is fluent in English, Spanish and French and our Embryologist is also fluent in Vietnamese.

www.ivfbaby/SPANISH

En West Coast Fertility Centers estamos enfocados a encontrar con precisión el diagnostico de infertilidad en nuestros pacientes, y brindarles el tratamiento mas indicado a sus necesidades. Nuestra meta es de ayudar a cada paciente realizar su sueño de ser padres.

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Fundado en 1988 por el Doctor David Diaz, el Centro de Fertilidad se ha dirigido a realizar el sueño de futuros padres con el más alto nivel de confiabilidad y la experiencia de un grupo dedicado única y exclusivamente a la fertilidad.

www.ivfbaby/VIETNAMESE

Vô sinh được chia làm 2 loại là vô sinh nguyên phát (khi chưa có thai lần nào) và vô sinh thứ phát (đã có thai nhưng sau hơn một năm vẫn không có thai lại). Tuy vậy, tiêu chuẩn trên không nhằm để giới hạn bệnh nhân và trên thực tế mọi người mong con đều có quyền được khám. Bác sĩ sẽ là người chỉ dẫn và chọn lựa những biện pháp hỗ trợ khi cần nhằm đạt hiệu quả tốt nhất cho bệnh nhân.

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Thành lập từ 1988, trung tâm chúng tôi đã có trên 22 năm kinh nghiệm điều trị hiếm muộn.

Royal Wedding Prompts a Visit to West Coast Fertility from a Special British Couple

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

The upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has captivated the world and thanks to their nuptial vows, it has also prompted a visit to West Coast Fertility Centers from a special British couple.

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding(Window display of Prince William and Kate Middleton at world famous Harrods department store in London)

It started when Gladys attended the on-board welcome cocktail reception as her cruise ship departed from Seattle. Attracted to Gladys at the party, a charming gentleman introduced himself. Unaccustomed to his distinctive British accent, Gladys asked her travel buddy to help understand the nuances of the “king’s English.” The couple eventually married and began their trans-Atlantic life, he living in Britain and she in the U.S.

Although Gladys had children, the couple relished starting a family together but medical tests showed their best chance would be with the help of a fertility specialist. They visited doctors in the U.K. but the couple decided to seek help in “The States.” A friend recommended they visit a clinic in California where they met Dr. David Diaz.  At the clinic, a prompt diagnosis was made and treatment was planned around the couple’s special living arrangements. His semen sample was frozen and stored before work obligations beckoned in England.

west coast fertility centers dr. david diaz(Duncan, Gladys, Joan-NP, Antoine-Embryologist, Dr. David Diaz)

Using in-vitro fertilization, the eggs were fertilized with the thawed sperm and healthy embryos developed in five days. To prevent multiple births, the clinic’s protocol is to transfer just two blastocysts. Happily, two weeks later, a positive pregnancy led to tears of joy and hugs all around. The proud Dad shared in the celebration as the image of the embryo was instantly e-mailed to him across the world in the U.K.

While the Royals prepared for their special day, the British government declared a special holiday of two 4-day weekends in honor of The Prince and future Princess. The celebration made it possible for the new parents to visit California where they hosted a wonderful luncheon for the Staff at West Coast Fertility Centers. They surprised the staff with gifts from England – Cadbury chocolate and a pair of commemorative goblets featuring the images of William and Kate. Congratulations to both couples on their memorable occasions!!

Cadbury Chocolate gift from England Royal Mugs of Prince William and Kate Middleton

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National Infertility Awareness Week April 24-30 | “Secret Stigma of Infertility”

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

This is National Infertility Awareness Week® April 24-30

West Coast Fertility Centers is definitely on the bandwagon to support and educate the public about so many courageous people who struggle with infertility. Please read the following warm message from the Founder and Medical Director of West Coast Fertility Centers—David Diaz, MD, FACOG

“The Secret Stigma of Infertility”

Women and men struggling with infertility are surrounded in daily life by physical, emotional and social stressors which are difficult to avoid. The “Secret Stigma” of infertility is compounded by the feelings of isolation and helplessness mixed with guilt and a healthy dose of anxiety.  The reluctance to share such turmoil with even close friends and family is founded on the underlying dread of mythical advice and fear of caustic comments from well-wishers. The medial insurance industry has further trivialized the impact of infertility by categorizing its treatment as “elective” deluding itself to believe anyone would “elect” to be sub-fertile.

After practicing the “secret specialty” of fertility for 22 years, the dreams of aspiring parents continue to drive my goal to help any person who wishes to have a child by providing alternative options they may not have considered. Advances in medical treatments and society’s evolving attitudes toward non-traditional families are embraced at West Coast Fertility Centers.

David G. Diaz, MD, FACOG

Founder & Medical Director of West Coast Fertility Centers since 1988

Orange County, California

Easter Wishes | Meet the Adorable Dewhurst Triplets

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

Bunnies Hopping and Babies Popping! Here’s wishing you and your family a very Happy Easter from David Diaz, MD and the entire West Coast Fertility Team

Meet the Dewhurst Triplets

We so admire the adorable pictures of the Dewhurst triplets and we thought their cuteness and outfits were so fitting for our Easter story. Seeing their lovely faces made us smile immediately. Our wonderful patients—Francine and Jonathan Dewhurst share their journey and beautiful family with all of us.

Introducing…

Taryn Chase (4 lbs, 9 oz)

Asher Spencer 5 lbs, 11 o z)

Kathryn Samantha (5 lbs, 7 oz)

We first met Francine and Jonathan in 2005. IUI attempts were unsuccessful and in 2007, IVF was performed. Francine was pregnant and gave birth to a healthy boy, Elias William Roger. They wanted to expand their family and after the second round of IVF, they were pregnant with triplets. The triplets, one boy and two girls, were excited to enter the world and arrived six weeks early on December 30, 2010.

Given the early arrival of the triplets, precautionary measures were taken by limiting visitation from family/friends. This Easter weekend will be especially cherished as it is the first, big family gathering since the triplets were born. There are definitely lots to celebrate as the triplets will turn 4 months on April 30th.

Francine describes that the strategy to taking care of triplets is to “tend to the loudest one first.” She breastfeeds all the children making sure they are all healthy and happy.

Elias, the 3 year old older brother is “in love” with the babies and he is the “best little helper,” states Francine.

Congratulations to your adorable family and we wish the Dewhurst family a very happy Easter family gathering!