There is no denying that healthcare can be costly. From your annual physical exam to prescriptions, dental, and even vision — the cost of care can be hard to wrap […]
I think it’s great and so important that fertility be recognized as an essential service. For many patients delaying treatment can have a big impact.
Access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health is a basic human right. However, based on the Global Fund for Women “the global status of women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights is disturbing…
In this new normal, virtual healthcare is the way of the future. A virtual consult is a great way to start your fertility journey without physically coming to a Kindbody clinic.
In the midst of these uncertainties, it is still vital to educate patients about the impact of cancer on future fertility.
Compared to other places in the country, the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in California has been blunted, in major part due to Governor Newsom and his early call to enact a shelter in place order.
The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been largely local and dedicated by governors and other local officials.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of rapid information, change and adjustment for women and couples undergoing treatment for infertility, as well as those actively looking forward to completing fertility preservation procedures.
The Coronavirus spreads through both air and contact. It’s much like the flu in that regard. Some common sense steps you can take to help protect yourself: