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The IVF Fertility Blog

How Employers Are Helping Employees Afford IVF

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IVF is very expensive and financing the procedure can be daunting to even those couples who have lucrative careers. Look: In today’s marketplace, you can search for a job with an employer offering fertility benefits. The best part? IVF benefits can also be used when careers put family planning on hold past a woman’s prime reproductive years – over the age of 35 – through New Hope’s Division of Fertility Preservation.

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How to Read IVF Success Rates

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All fertility specialists in the United States report and verify data on the outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures performed in their clinics over the calendar year. According to the success rates report by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there were 231,936 ART cycles performed by 464 clinics in the U.S. during the last reporting period. The demand for the practice of ART has doubled over the past 10 years resulting in 1.6 of all babies born in the U.S. conceived using ART.

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How to Know if You Are a Candidate for Human Egg Rejuvenation

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Also known as 3-Parent IVF or 3-Person IVF, Human Egg Rejuvenation (H.E.R. IVF.) is the technique of using genetic material from three people to create a healthy embryo. The technical name for this breakthrough reproductive technology is Nuclear Transfer. The terms 3-Parent IVF and 3-Person IVF are somewhat misleading because the baby born from this technique only has two parents. H.E.R. IVF was initially designed as a technique to avoid inheritable DNA disorders like Mitochondrial Disease. Why is this important? Today, H.E.R. IVF is a proven solution for successfully treating advanced maternal age-related infertility.

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What Are the Chances Your Eggs Can Make a Baby?

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A woman in her prime reproductive years – 20s – has as 26 percent chance of getting pregnant with the one natural egg her body produces each month. Don’t despair if you are in your 30s or early 40s. Your quality eggs can still make a healthy baby. A woman is born with between 1 and 2 million eggs – however – she only releases 300 to 400 eggs through each natural ovulation cycle during her lifetime. Typically, a woman only releases one egg per month during her natural cycle. New Hope Fertility Center’s policy: It only takes one good quality egg to have a healthy baby.

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How to Treat Anovulation: Ovulation Induction

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The key to finally getting pregnant is a correct diagnosis of the problem. Why is this important? Diagnosing anovulation is critical because pregnancy is not possible without the maturation and release of an egg. An anovulatory cycle is one in which ovulation does not occur. Approximately 40 percent of women suffer from anovulation making it difficult for them to get pregnant naturally. Anovulation is diagnosed when a woman’s ovary does not release an egg (oocyte) during her monthly menstrual cycle. Look: Ovulation Induction through IVF stimulates the growth of a single follicle in a woman’s ovary to release its egg.

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How to Get Pregnant Without Fertility Medications: Natural Cycle IVF™

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The Natural Cycle IVF™ protocol offered by New Hope Fertility Center in NYC focuses on producing one high quality egg without the use of fertility medications. Why is this important? Healthy, high quality eggs achieve superior IVF success rates for even those difficult patients who have been turned away from treatment at other fertility clinics. Bottom Line: When excessive eggs are produced using high dosages of fertility medications, many are not suitable for fertilization in vitro. Natural Cycle IVF™ is very user-friendly on patients – physically and financially.

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