SAN FRANCISCO, March 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CCRM Fertility, a global pioneer in fertility research, research and treatment, announced the results of its 2021 fertility status survey in San Francisco. Of the 1,000 adults surveyed, ages 25 to 44, nearly 40% said they are currently suffering or struggling with infertility when trying to conceive. About half (46%) of respondents wish they had started meeting their personal fertility needs at an earlier age.

“The Bay Area millennials are focused on their careers, marry later, and want to wait until they feel financially secure before starting to build families,” said Dr. Salli Tazuke, Co-Founder and Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist at CCRM Fertility in San Francisco. “More and more couples are waiting until their mid-30s to have children. Most women don’t realize, however, that by the age of 35 they only have a 15% chance of getting pregnant each month, and that drops to less than 5% Chance up to the age of 40. “

Additional factors like COVID-19 also impacted family planning in 2021. Around 13% of people surveyed fear having a baby or being pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Unfortunately, our biological clocks keep ticking, regardless of the reasons why we decided to delay building the family,” explains Dr. Tazuke.

Fertility patient Hailey Manning At the age of 36, she began conceiving naturally with her husband in 2016. After trying various fertility treatments for years, including two failed embryo transfers, she and her husband decided to switch fertility clinics. After an IVF cycle at CCRM Fertility in San Francisco, they now have a beautiful little girl. Hailey is passionate about encouraging young women to educate themselves about their fertility health and invest in maintaining fertility.

“My advice to younger women is to run, not run, to get your eggs. In the Bay Area, people are more focused on their careers; you don’t get married at 23 and have a baby at 25. And while you Building your career, jumping your balls off cliffs. People should address their fertility needs sooner. I wish we had. “

Additional results from the CCRM Fertility Survey on Fertility Status in San Francisco lock in:

  • 35% of respondents have used fertility treatments to conceive, and more than half (57%) would consider fertility treatments for a baby
  • Of the 38% of those who have experienced infertility, 29% said it was a male fertility problem, 16% said it was women, and 7% said their infertility was due to Men and women need a seat before 16%
  • Over a third of respondents (37%) feel “very well informed” about their fertility health
  • 72% of respondents feel comfortable talking about fertility
  • Almost a quarter (24%) of respondents have not had fertility treatment because they are afraid of being diagnosed as infertile

“If you’re not ready to have a baby right now, consider getting a fertility assessment. Depending on the results, you can decide whether fertility preservation, such as freezing eggs, embryos, or sperm, is right for you.” he told Dr. Tazuke.

If you are under 35 years old and want to get pregnant for more than 12 months, or if you are over 35 years old and want to get pregnant for more than 6 months, CCRM Fertility recommends seeking advice from a fertility specialist.

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About CCRM fertility

Founded by Dr. William Schoolcraft In 1987, CCRM (Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine) Fertility is the nation’s leader in fertility care and research. Specializing in the most advanced fertility treatments, CCRM Fertility has extensive experience in in vitro fertilization (IVF), fertility assessment, fertility maintenance, genetic testing, third party reproduction and egg donation. Unlike many other fertility clinics who outsource their specialists and testing needs, CCRM Fertility uses its own data as well as a dedicated team of in-house reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists and geneticists to produce industry-leading results. CCRM Fertility operates 11 fertility centers continuously (including 28 offices) North America, serves potential parents in large metropolitan areas, including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Denver, Houston, new York, Northern Virginia, Minneapolis, Orange County, San Francisco Bay Area, and Toronto. More information is available at


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