West Coast IVF Clinic

The Malaga Document has been recently signed, a consensus intentions document to end intrauterine blind procedures. A milestone in women’s health!

In Business Since 1983

Visually Targeted

Optimize your success of pregnancy and delivery while minimizing risks and side effects from IVF procedures.

Baby Posing

A Global Infertility Treatment Center

Welcome to West Coast Infertility Clinic, Inc., a specialized infertility treatment center that has served individuals and families for more than 40 years. With the use of advanced treatments (SEED/HEED) sources of hope are given to patients with prior failed IVF using the conventional transfer technique of “blind” entry and placement of embryo transfer catheter.

With our advanced techniques (SEED/HEED) we have an 80% positive pregnancy test result rate with the transferring of only 2 embryos in women less than 40 y/o. In select circumstances, 1 embryo is transferred, which significantly decreases the risks associated with not just twins, but also with other high order multiple pregnancies.



We Offer Solutions For:

Previously Failed IVF

(repeat implantation failure, RIF)

Previously Failed IVF Innovative new technology using sub endometrial embryo delivery (SEED) and hysteroscopic endometrial embryo delivery (HEED) techniques are available at West Coast Infertility Clinic, Inc. These advanced treatments are sources of hope to patients with prior failed IVF using the conventional transfer technique of “blind” entry and placement of embryo transfer catheter.

Ectopic Pregnancy

A pregnancy is ectopic when the fetus develops outside the uterus, typically in the fallopian tube. At West Coast Infertility Clinic, Inc., we decrease the chances of or eliminate ectopic pregnancies through HEED and SEED techniques in placing the embryo(s) into the uterus lining.

Sex Selection-Now it’s your choice

For couples desiring a baby boy or girl, after having repetitive babies of the same sex, we offer PGT that is greater than 98% accurate in choosing a baby with the sex of your choice.

Over 40 Years of Industry Experience

To learn more about the treatments and fertility services we offer, contact us.


About Michael M. Kamrava, MD

Dr. Michael M. Kamrava, the innovator of SEED and HEED, is the administrative director of West Coast Infertility Clinic, Inc., certified by the national board of medical examiners and a certified reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist (REI). He is also an internationally recognized leader in in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Dr. Kamrava’s work, alongside close associates and peers worldwide, has resulted in breakthrough technologies (HEED and SEED) that utilize a targeted selective single embryo delivery, whether by direct embryo implantation or direct replacement onto the endometrium, optimizing successful results from IVF while reducing significant risks to both the mother and child and also reducing the costs of IVF.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Illinois, Dr. Kamrava received his medical education at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, took his residency at Cleveland’s Mt. Sinai Hospital, and completed his fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI) at Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Hospital.

Dr. Kamrava presented a landmark paper at the Eleventh World Congress on Fertility and Sterility in Dublin in 1983 on ovulation induction and conception using subcutaneous pulsatile GnRH; the GnRH pump therapy, approved by the FDA in 1992, is now a standard treatment regimen. He did the first thriving extended 5-day human embryo culture with the help of special cells in 1994.

A winner of the Golden Telescope award, Dr. Kamrava has developed the embryo implantation or SEED technique that eliminates tubal pregnancies and prevents embryos from falling out of the uterus when embryo replacement into the uterus. This technique also minimizes the chances of placenta previa after IVF by precise placement under direct visualization away from the lower uterine segment, securing its position by implanting the embryo into the endometrial lining (SEED).
The HEED and SEED techniques, employing a visually targeted selective single embryo delivery (HEED) and a visually directed embryo implantation (SEED) of a single embryo, help optimize successful singleton deliveries while minimizing risks and side effects from IVF procedures.
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Seed And Heed