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How a FET Will Improve Your IVF Pregnancy Success Rate

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Freezing excess, quality embryos after a fresh IVF cycle will increase a couple’s chances of conceiving in the future. This is not even the best part. Through embryo cryopreservation technology, couples can avoid the financial and physical strain of undergoing multiple fresh IVF cycles. That’s not all. Pregnancy success rate for a Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET) is higher than a fresh transfer because a woman has the opportunity to wait until her uterine lining returns to an ideal state for embryo implantation.

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The Summer Fertility Diet to Start NOW

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If you are trying to get pregnant this summer – you should definitely think about what you’re eating. Why is diet important? Today, it is estimated that one in eight couples has difficulty conceiving and/or carrying a baby to full term. Look: A healthy diet will increase your chances of conceiving and help to support a healthy pregnancy.

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How Fertility Medications Play a Key Role in Your IVF Cycle

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Timing is of the essence when it comes to the administration of fertility medications during every infertility treatment cycle – especially In Vitro Fertilization (IVF.) Why does timing matter so much? Your fertility doctor must have the specialization to know when your fertility medication regimens must be adjusted: increased, decreased, or stopped altogether. Look: IVF pregnancy success rates are increased when your fertility team has the talent for managing medication therapies with unrivaled precision.

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Regular, Moderate Exercise This Summer Will Improve Your Fertility

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Regular exercise this summer – done in moderation – can actually benefit your reproductive health and increase your fertility level by as much as 25 percent. In contrast – over-exercising must be avoided because intense workouts may actually cause you to stop ovulating. Why is this important? Women who are trying to conceive should exercise – but not to the point of exhaustion. When women push themselves too much physically, their estrogen level decreases. A prominent decrease in estrogen will cause ovulation to stop. Bottom line: Put off that marathon training if you are wanting to get pregnant this summer.

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Boost Your Sperm Count This Summer

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When a couple under the age of 35 cannot conceive after having regular, unprotected sexual intercourse for one year, there is a 30 percent chance it could be due to male-factor infertility. Why is this important? Even if a man’s sperm count has been analyzed and determined to be normal – it may not be optimal. Bottom Line: It is advisable for men to seek out fertility boosting treatment in conjunction with their female partner’s fertility plan.

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New Hope’s In-House Acupuncture for Fertility Service

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Acupuncture in conjunction with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has been proven by studies to increase a woman’s chances of getting pregnant by up to 50 percent! National Institutes of Health research has shown a direct correlation between acupuncture and pregnancy. Why is this important? Because New Hope Fertility NYC has incorporated an in-house acupuncture service as an integral part of our all-encompassing infertility treatment options. Bottom line: Acupuncture is a useful tool during the practice of the vast array of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures offered at New Hope Fertility NYC.

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