1199 N. Indian Canyon Drive. Palm Springs, CA 92262

255 Terracina Blvd, Suite 202, Redlands, CA 92373

1199 N. Indian Canyon Drive.

Palm Springs, CA 92262

255 Terracina Blvd, Suite 202,

Redlands, CA 92373

Top Fertility Clinic in Palm Springs, CA

Making dream families a reality

Dr. Maher Abdallah has helped over 2,000 families experience the joy of parenthood. We've helped families other doctors couldn't. Discover how we can help you!

🏳️‍🌈 Preferred fertility clinic for LGBTQ+ families

Top Fertility Clinic in Palm Springs, CA

MAKING DREAM FAMILIES A REALITY SINCE 2006

Dr. Maher Abdallah has helped over 2,000 families experience the joy of parenthood. We've helped families other doctors couldn't. Discover how we can help you!

🏳️‍🌈 Preferred fertility clinic for LGBTQ+ families

2,000+

families now have children

71.1%

delivery rate in 2018

73.8%

higher birth rate per embryo transfer than the national average (see results)

2,000+

families now have children

71.1%

delivery rate in 2018

73.8%

higher birth rate per embryo transfer than the national average (see results)

MEET YOUR REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY

& INFertility SubSpecialist

An experienced, fellowship trained & Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist is the central figure in any fertility treatment. The key to success starts with your Fertility doctor. Dr Abdallah is Sub-Specialty Trained & Board-Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. He has focused his education and training to create a fertility center that is focused on success.

MEET YOUR REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY

& InFertility SubSpecialist

An experienced, fellowship trained & Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist is the central figure in any fertility treatment. The key to success starts with your Fertility doctor.


Dr Abdallah is Sub-Specialty Trained & Board-Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. He has focused his education and training to create a fertility center that is focused on success.

Dr. Maher Abdallah, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Dr. Maher Abdallah is considered one of the “best infertility doctors in America” as rated by US News and World Report. Dr. Maher Abdallah is double board certified in Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility and Obstetrics/Gynecology. He served as an assistant professor and medical student clerkship director at the University of Louisville. He has performed thousands of IVF procedures with phenomenally high pregnancy and delivery rates. Dr. Abdallah excels at all aspects of reproductive surgery. As a certified robotic surgeon, he enjoys a busy surgical practice.


Dr. Abdallah earned his undergraduate degree from Manhattan College (Biochemistry-Cum Laude) and his M.D from Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, NY. He earned his fellowship In Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at University of Louisville where he was winner of Teaching Fellow Of The Year in 2000.


After fellowship, Dr. Abdallah joined the faculty at the University of Louisville as an assistant professor and medical student clerkship director. He is winner of the national American Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) Award in 2005 And University of Louisville. Department of OB/GYN Teacher Of The Year Award in 2004-2005.

Dr. Maher Abdallah, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Dr. Maher Abdallah is considered one of the “best infertility doctors in America” as rated by US News and World Report. Dr. Maher Abdallah is double board certified in Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility and Obstetrics/Gynecology. He served as an assistant professor and medical student clerkship director at the University of Louisville. He has performed thousands of IVF procedures with phenomenally high pregnancy and delivery rates. Dr. Abdallah excels at all aspects of reproductive surgery. As a certified robotic surgeon, he enjoys a busy surgical practice.


Dr. Abdallah earned his undergraduate degree from Manhattan College (Biochemistry-Cum Laude) and his M.D from Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, NY. He earned his fellowship In Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at University of Louisville where he was winner of Teaching Fellow Of The Year in 2000.


After fellowship, Dr. Abdallah joined the faculty at the University of Louisville as an assistant professor and medical student clerkship director. He is winner of the national American Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) Award in 2005 And University of Louisville. Department of OB/GYN Teacher Of The Year Award in 2004-2005.

TESTIMONIALS

SEE WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING

TESTIMONIALS

SEE WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING

"He's everything I could have ever imagined and more..."

"This was the BEST place to grow our family..."

SUCCESS RATES

2017 GENETIC TESTING WITH FROZEN EMBRYO TRANSFER

CLINICAL PREGNANCY RATES


DR ABDALLAH IS THE BEST OUT THERE:

"Dr Abdallah is the best out there. We had previously done two IVF cycles with another center with no luck...we are due June 23 with a baby girl. Thank you Dr Abdallah, Lynette, Susan, and staff. Without all of you this would not have been possible. We would highly recommend Dr Abdallah.”

(Review from RateMDs.com)


BEST FERTILITY DR IN ORANGE COUNTY:

“Dr. Abdallah is the best infertility doctor in Orange County. We have a boy and a girl from two IVF cycles and we are coming back for our third baby. We are so glad you left …. and began your own center. We love you and thank you”. See you soon.”

(Review from RateMDs.com)

SUCCESS RATES

2017 GENETIC TESTING WITH FROZEN EMBRYO TRANSFER CLINICAL

PREGNANCY RATES

FROZEN Embryo Transfer cycles using

<35

35-37

38-40

41-42

Own Eggs and GENETIC TESTING

years

years

years

years

SART National Average (%)

42%

32%

22%

11%

ARC Clinical Pregnancy Rate (%)

73%

50%

67%

25%

FROZEN Embryo Transfer cycles using

<35

35-37

38-40

41-42

Own Eggs and GENETIC TESTING

years

years

years

years

SART National Average (%)

42%

32%

22%

11%

ARC Clinical Pregnancy Rate (%)

73%

50%

67%

25%

FROZEN Embryo Transfer cycles with

All Ages

Egg Donor and GENETIC TESTING

(Recipient range 37 to 52 years)

SART National Average (%)

38%

ARC Clinical Pregnancy Rate (%)

75%

FROZEN Embryo Transfer cycles with

All Ages

Egg Donor and GENETIC TESTING

(Recipient range 37 to 52 years)

SART National Average (%)

38%

ARC Clinical Pregnancy Rate (%)

75%

Gallery

Financing

See if you qualify for 0% financing.

IVF FAQs

Is IVF always needed for treatment?

No. Some patients benefit from less expensive and invasive treatments.

Do I need to travel for IVF?

No. Everything is done in our facility at Palm Springs.

Is IVF expensive?

No. Not only are we the best, but we are also the most affordable clinic in the area.

Is IUI expensive?

No. We have minimal charge where four ultrasounds and two IUIs cost less than $500.

HOW IVF WORKS

INTRODUCTION

IVF stands for in vitro fertilization, in other words “fertilization in the glass”. Another common moniker is “test tube baby”. To perform IVF female eggs are fertilized with the male partners sperm in the laboratory. The resulting embryos from this process are transferred into the female partner’s uterus (womb). Typically the created embryo(s) are grown and cultured in the lab for 3-5 days.


One of the great advantages of IVF is that it can treat many causes of infertility. These conditions include, tubal blockage, problems with ovulation, problems with the way the sperm and egg interact, poor sperm quality or quantity, older patients, problems with the cervix and many more.


IVF has the highest success rate in achieving a pregnancy for couples. It also affords couples the option to store and freeze extra embryos that are created for future fertility.

Gallery

Financing

See if you qualify for 0% financing.

IVF FAQs

Is IVF always needed for treatment?

No. Some patients benefit from less expensive and invasive treatments.

Do I need to travel for IVF?

No. Everything is done in our facility at Palm Springs.

Is IVF expensive?

No. Not only are we the best, but we are also the most affordable clinic in the area.

Is IUI expensive?

No. We have minimal charge where four ultrasounds and two IUIs cost less than $500.

HOW IVF WORKS

IVF stands for in vitro fertilization, in other words “fertilization in the glass”. Another common moniker is “test tube baby”. To perform IVF female eggs are fertilized with the male partners sperm in the laboratory. The resulting embryos from this process are transferred into the female partner’s uterus (womb). Typically the created embryo(s) are grown and cultured in the lab for 3-5 days.


One of the great advantages of IVF is that it can treat many causes of infertility. These conditions include, tubal blockage, problems with ovulation, problems with the way the sperm and egg interact, poor sperm quality or quantity, older patients, problems with the cervix and many more.


IVF has the highest success rate in achieving a pregnancy for couples. It also affords couples the option to store and freeze extra embryos that are created for future fertility.

EGG PRODUCTION: (OVARIAN STIMULATION)

One of the goals during IVF is to allow the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. To stimulate the ovary to do this, the patient is given hormonal medication (FSH analogues). FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) is the hormone that is naturally responsible for stimulating the ovary.


The patient is given a daily or twice daily dose of FSH. This allows the ovary to produce more than the usual 1 egg. The patient is then monitored regularly to evaluate how she is responding to the medication.


An egg retrieval procedure is then scheduled.

EGG RETRIEVAL

Once the eggs are retrieved they are identified under the microscope. Each egg is typically surrounded by cells. The embryologist will “strip” the cells away from the egg. Sperm is also prepared for fertilization by “washing” the sperm. This process removes non-motile sperm and seminal fluid. Once the preparation process is complete the sperm and egg are brought together.

EMBRYO CULTURE

Eggs that fertilized successfully are transferred into culture media to promote the growth of the now newly formed embryo. Embryos are typically kept in this growth media for 120 hours at which time they should grow to be Blastocyst embryos.

EMBRYO TRANSFER

The embryo transfer procedure is the procedure that places the embryo(s) in to the patient’s uterus (womb). Embryo transfer is done by placing the best embryo(s) into a thin plastic catheter; this catheter is then passed through the vagina and cervix into the uterine cavity (womb). Once in the appropriate location inside the uterus the embryos are injected inside. Very often physicians will utilize an ultrasound to visualize the tip of the catheter and ensure its proper placement.


The embryos chosen for transfer are evaluated by the embryologist and physician to determine the best quality embryos. The number of embryos transferred depends on the patient’s age, history, embryo quality, risk assessment, risk tolerance, and other diagnostic and clinical indicators.

EGG PRODUCTION: (OVARIAN STIMULATION)

One of the goals during IVF is to allow the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. To stimulate the ovary to do this, the patient is given hormonal medication (FSH analogues).


FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) is the hormone that is naturally responsible for stimulating the ovary. The patient is given a daily or twice daily dose of FSH. This allows the ovary to produce more than the usual 1 egg. The patient is then monitored regularly to evaluate how she is responding to the medication.

An egg retrieval procedure is then scheduled.

EGG RETRIEVAL

Once the eggs are retrieved they are identified under the microscope. Each egg is typically surrounded by cells. The embryologist will “strip” the cells away from the egg.


Sperm is also prepared for fertilization by “washing” the sperm. This process removes non-motile sperm and seminal fluid. Once the preparation process is complete the sperm and egg are brought together.

Fertilization occured

EMBRYO CULTURE

Eggs that fertilized successfully are transferred into culture media to promote the growth of the now newly formed embryo. Embryos are typically kept in this growth media for 120 hours at which time they should grow to be Blastocyst embryos.

Blastocyst

EMBRYO TRANSFER

The embryo transfer procedure is the procedure that places the embryo(s) in to the patient’s uterus (womb). Embryo transfer is done by placing the best embryo(s) into a thin plastic catheter; this catheter is then passed through the vagina and cervix into the uterine cavity (womb). Once in the appropriate location inside the uterus the embryos are injected inside. Very often physicians will utilize an ultrasound to visualize the tip of the catheter and ensure its proper placement.


The embryos chosen for transfer are evaluated by the embryologist and physician to determine the best quality embryos. The number of embryos transferred depends on the patient’s age, history, embryo quality, risk assessment, risk tolerance, and other diagnostic and clinical indicators.


1199 N. Indian Canyon Drive. Palm

Springs, CA 92262


255 Terracina Blvd, Suite 202,

Redlands, CA 92373

© 2022 American Reproductive Centers. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy - (760) 316-6931

© 2022 American Reproductive Centers.

All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy - (760) 316-6931