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An Inside Look at IVF with Dr. Celia Dominguez, M.D., Co-Director of Pacific InVitro Fertilization Institute

Some time ago, we had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Celia Dominguez, a leading expert in the field of IVF and the Co-Director of the Pacific InVitro Fertilization Institute. Her expertise extends to providing care to both intended parents and gestational carriers. During our conversation, we delved into the most frequently asked questions she encounters from the diverse individuals who seek her guidance and care every day. 

As we share this video, we hope you find answers to your questions and more.

At the heart of National Infertility Awareness Week is a message of inclusivity and advocacy—an opportunity for communities to come together, dispel myths, spread truth, and, most importantly, remind those battling infertility that they are not alone.

During National Infertility Awareness Week, we at Hawaii Surrogacy Center pledge to:

  • Provide comprehensive support to intended parents and surrogates.
  • Ensure the best matches beyond the medical and legal fit and tap into the profound human connection.
  • Keep lines of communication open, addressing any fears, doubts, or questions that participants in the surrogacy process may have.
  • Celebrate the incredible women who have chosen to become surrogates and have empowered others to become parents.
  • Advance education and awareness about infertility and surrogacy, both within Hawaii and around the world.

If you or someone you know is looking to build or expand their family through surrogacy, we’d love to join you on your journey. 

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