My boyfriend and I are new to IVF. Although we had the ability to conceive naturally, we decided that based on our age and timing in life, we would like to explore IVF treatments. Checking reviews is very important to us, so this review is probably long overdue. But the way we found Dr. Mor is by comparing reviews on Google and Yelp. After narrowing our choices down, we met and consulted with Dr. Mor and another team. We made the selection based on the quantity and quality of reviews, as well as their published statistics of success rates, which are publicly available. We met with Dr. Mor who encouraged us both to take tests to determine our individual levels of fertility. Although my boyfriend’s levels were not perfect, they were good enough to continue trying natural pregnancy. Dr. Mor suggested that we keep trying the natural method for a few more months, and then try IVF if that does not succeed. Since we did not want to wait any longer, we just decided to proceed with IVF treatments. Over the course of the next 4-5 weeks, we took the required tests, medications, and hormone injections to increase my egg production. In our case, everything went perfect on the first try. This is not always the case, and they told us that a lot of this still has to do with old-fashioned good luck. But fortunately in our case, things went smoothly. The egg retrieval and fertilization took place on the same day, and after a few days the doctors were able to tell us how many embryos were viable. They could also see how many embryos were male and how many were female by looking at the chromosomes. Then came the decision of how many embryos we wanted to transfer. Since this is our first baby, we agreed that starting with one embryo made sense for this cycle. Dr. Mor asked us if we would prefer a male or female embryo, and we told him that we had no preference. We did the embryo transfer about two weeks after the egg retrieval and fertilization, and waited anxiously for the results. We went in about a week after the transfer for a pregnancy test, which confirmed that we were pregnant. We were ecstatic and exhilarated. A pregnancy due date was established and we continued with regular visits for the next couple months. We visited Dr. Mor about once every three weeks and went through all the great experiences of a first pregnancy: the first ultrasound, the first heartbeat, the first image of our baby. All very exciting. Our treatments and consultations with Dr. Mor continued until we reached 11 weeks, at which point it was time to transition to an obstetrician. Dr. Mor gave us several referrals for obstetricians and we checked the reviews to select the one we liked. We are now at 13 weeks and filled with gratitude and optimism. We highly recommend Dr. Mor and California Center For Reproductive Health.