Where Patients Become Parents
Reproductive Partners Fertility Center-San Diego is dedicated to supporting you throughout your journey.Learn More
29th Annual In-Vitro Fertilization & Embryo Transfer Conference
An extraordinarily successful conference with over 400 specialists attending from all over the world.Learn More
High Pregnancy Rates Can Be Achieved With Elective Single Embryo Transfer
V. Gabriel Garzo, Ana Lisa Yeo, H. Irene Su, Heidi Cook-Andersen, David R. Meldrum, Antoni J. DulebaLearn More
Turning Couples Into Families
We are the first, and only, center in the region to directly address and treat male infertility on site.Why Choose Us
Lifestyle Choices Affect Fertility
The choices you make can affect your fertility. Our guide provides tips on how to optimize your health.Learn More
V. Gabriel Garzo, M.D.
Dr. Garzo’s focus on helping couples become families combines with his warm, caring nature to ensure his patients feel supported throughout their journey.Meet Our Team
Dr. Irene Su
''Caring'' is a keyword used to describe Dr. Irene Su’s approach to her work. She is committed to making each of her patients feel safe and supported as they move through their journey of growing their family.Meet Our Team
Antoni Duleba, M.D.
Dr. Antoni Duleba’s care is driven by innovative research and state-of-the-art technique. His passion for the field of women’s health garners a meticulousness that is surpassed only by his compassion and commitment to his patients.Meet Our Team
Heidi Cook-Andersen, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Cook-Andersen is dedicated to providing customized care to help patients achieve their dreams.Meet Our Team
My partner and I very much wanted a second child. Our first child was an IVF baby conceived with the help of Reproductive Partners. Not only did we receive unparalleled fertility care, the team was a source of tremendous emotional support. I am pleased to say that we are expecting our second child later this year- also an IVF baby.
Renowned physicians and scientists in IVF and embryo transfer will gather in San Diego in July to share the latest developments in this rapidly expanding field.
Dr. Cook-Andersen Awarded Prestigious Grant to Evaluate Factors Contributing to Egg and Embryo Quality
Fertility expert Heidi Cook-Andersen, M.D., Ph.D. was recently bestowed the nationally prestigious Career Award for Medical Scientists from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund to study egg quality.
As the egg matures, it grows enormously in size and the number of mitochondria (the tiny batteries supplying energy) markedly increases so that each cell of the embryo will have enough until the blastocyst stage when they again start to replicate. With age, these tiny batteries start to run low on power, resulting in less energy being available for these critical functions.
Though the disease of infertility has many causes, reducing stress can allow couples to participate in more cycles, which can have an impact on overall success rates. Learn how to reduce stress during IVF treatment.