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How Extreme Weather Causes Stress in Pregnant Women

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

New research has shown that extreme weather worsens depression in pregnant women and leaves them more anxious and distressed. Climate change is a growing concern in the wake of severe storms, floods, and wildfires. These extreme weather conditions may cause pregnant mothers to develop post-traumatic stress disorder.

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National Nutrition Month in March 2019

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

2019’s National Nutrition Month in March is a campaign focusing on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Discover resources at from eatright.org. Look: Our fertility specialists encourage healthy nutrition year-round for patients who are preparing for pregnancy. Establishing nutritious eating habits prior to getting pregnant will help you achieve and maintain a successful pregnancy. Bottom Line: The birth of a healthy baby!

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National Endometriosis Awareness Month of March 2019

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Infertility is a classic and devastating symptom of endometriosis. National Endometriosis Awareness Month in 2019 is a movement to increase knowledge about this leading cause of female infertility. Every March, a movement for awareness about endometriosis takes place worldwide. The aim of the movement is to increase awareness and highlight the symptoms of this debilitating condition that affects the fertility of an estimated 176 million women worldwide – 1 in 10 women. Endometriosis has a devastating effect on the quality of life of sufferers due to painful symptoms and infertility.

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How the Mini-IVF™ Keeps Patient Cost Down

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Because the Mini-IVF protocol calls for lower doses of fertility medications, a woman will produce 3 to 5 high quality eggs. Because less fertility medications are used, the Mini-IVF is more affordable than Conventional IVF. With a Mini-IVF™ protocol, the patient’s physical discomfort is lessened because her body is not forced into producing the 10 to 15 eggs typically reached in a Conventional IVF cycle.

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The Best Fertility Diet to Help You Prepare for Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

With some easy and healthy nutrition tips, you can make the most out of your fertility diet before – during – after your treatment procedure. You must be proactive in sustaining your overall health and think about what you’re eating. Why is diet important? A healthy diet will increase your chances of conceiving and help to support a successful pregnancy.

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Where to Find the Best LGBTQ Fertility Treatment Options in NYC

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

We have provided worldwide state-of-the-art fertility procedures to our LGBTQ patients since 2004 – the founding year of New Hope Fertility Center in NYC. Today, we continue to pursue our mission of reducing the physical, emotional, and financial toll of every LGBTQ patient during their quest to have a baby.

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