Lyndon Chang, MD, FACOG
San Diego Fertility Physician
Meet Dr. Lyndon Chang, our Medical Director at Hanabusa IVF. For more than
twenty years, Dr. Chang has devoted his career to Women’s Health
Care and has pioneered the advancement of Japanese low-stimulation IVF
(Mini IVF) in the United States.
Dr. Chang graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Pennsylvania State University,
received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, and completed
his residency at Lenox Hill Hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan,
receiving the Kupperman Award for residency excellence.
Before specializing on the field of IVF, Dr. Chang served an underprivileged,
high-risk, obstetrical population in Harlem, NY at The Paul Robeson Medical
Center, while also supervising the Ob/Gyn residency program at Lenox Hill
Hospital, where he won numerous teaching accolades. He then began his
own Ob/Gyn private practice.
Since 2006, Dr. Lyndon Chang was involved with New Hope Fertility Center
in New York City, focusing specifically on advancing Japanese low-stimulation
protocols in the United States. During that time, he and his colleagues
achieved several notable accomplishments including:
- The first successful autologous (own egg) IVF after ovarian transplantation
- Successful pregnancy through IVF using her own eggs for a 49-year old woman
(the oldest woman on record to conceive using her own eggs in IVF).
- High FSH patients achieving successful IVF using own eggs (166 ml)
Over the course of the past five years, Dr. Chang has helped facilitate
over 25 live births with patients ranging from 45- to 49-years old. He
has had over 125 live births with patients whose FSH ranges from 20 –
166 ml and who successfully conceived through in-vitro fertilization,
using their own eggs.