Sunny Garcia knew something was wrong.
Stories for Women's Care
To find relief after years of frequent, heavy periods and pelvic pain due to fibroids, Zana was ready to have a hysterectomy. She was prepared for a long recovery and scar – but neither one happened.
Victoria Clerkin was only 56. She didn’t have a known family history of heart disease.
In 2010, The Women’s Hospital at Saddleback Memorial developed a groundbreaking surrogate program to help people become families when they can’t conceive on their own.
It started with a series of "niggles." This is how native New Zealander Kim Lohnes describes the irregular sensations she felt in her chest.