A forum like Ask Dr. Fertility where patients can ask questions and remain anonymous is very beneficial. In addition, utilizing the online platform that FertilityAuthority provides enables our doctors at HRC to reach more people struggling with fertility issues.
Laguna Hills, CA (Vocus) October 13, 2010
HRC Fertility, the largest fertility clinic on the west coast, is known to have some of the best reproductive endocrinologists in the country. However, a trip to one of their offices has been the only way for patients to access their medical expertise – until now. HRC’s staff can now be found on Ask Dr. Fertility, a new online platform sponsored by FertilityAuthority.
Ask Dr. Fertility, located on the homepage of http://www.fertilityauthority.com, is an online forum for patient-doctor dialogue in the world of fertility. It allows users to post questions on a variety of fertility topics and get answer directly from seasoned medical professionals. By participating on Ask Dr. Fertility, HRC’s staff can reach thousands of patients in their area each day. No office visit is necessary, and they can share their expertise with those who need it most. Getting the right answers and advice can be critical for patients trying to make decisions about fertility treatments.
HRC’s doctors will cover topics ranging from general fertility issues and timing of intercourse, to more detailed questions about conditions such as pcos, fibroids, endometriosis, and high FSH. They will also answer questions about treatment options such as IVF, IUI, donor egg cycles and surrogacy. And, given HRC’s reputation for excellence in high tech procedures, the staff will also share their knowledge on gender selection and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).
“Infertility can be a very personal and painful struggle,” says Dr. Michael Feinman from HRC. "A forum like Ask Dr. Fertility where patients can ask questions and remain anonymous is very beneficial. In addition, utilizing the online platform that FertilityAuthority provides enables our doctors at HRC to reach more people struggling with fertility issues.”
The number of people that look online for health information is growing everyday. A platform like Ask Dr. Fertility allows HRC’s doctors to connect with patients and help them with their reproductive challenges in a more personal way.
About HRC Fertility: Since its inception in 1988, HRC Fertility has been one of the largest providers of advanced reproductive care in the United States. HRC has three full-service in vitro fertilization laboratories and seven locations throughout Southern California, with offices in Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura counties. HRC Fertility’s ten physicians have extensive experience in reproductive medicine. For additional information about any of the services HRC Fertility offers, please visit them online at http://www.havingbabies.com.