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Recent Facts About Coronavirus Exposure and Fertility

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In late 2019, a coronavirus – COVID-19 – outbreak began in China. It has since spread to other countries – including the United States. COVID-19 belongs to a family of viruses such as MERS and SARS. Symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, and body aches. These symptoms can accelerate to pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and eventual death.

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You’re Invited to Our Free Egg Freezing & Endometriosis Social on March 12th

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New Hope’s March 12th Egg Freezing Social will be hosted by Dr. Meir Olcha who will give a presentation about why you should consider freezing your eggs to preserve your future fertility. Dr. Olcha is a Board Certified OB/GYN, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist (REI). Because March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, our guest speaker – Dr. Paul MacKoul from GYN Care – will give a presentation on how endometriosis is harmful to a woman’s fertility.

  • Thursday, March 12th 2020
  • The New Hope Piano Lounge – 4 Columbus Circle
  • 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • To register your free attendance click here – or – call 212.969.7422
  • When you register your seat, you will be entered in a raffle for a free egg freezing cycle
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Kick Start Your Fertility Treatment With the Best Prenatal Vitamin

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Kick start your fertility treatment with the best doctor-recommended prenatal vitamin your body needs to have a healthy pregnancy and baby. It can be difficult to compare brands because you have individual needs. Don’t be hesitant to start a prenatal vitamin regimen just because choosing the right product may be confusing. First, talk to your fertility doctor for a recommendation. Here are some of the best picks.

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Simple Tips to Increase Male Fertility

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You can increase male fertility simply by adopting a healthy lifestyle routine. Taking on too much stress can reduce a man’s sexual desire and impair a couple’s chances of pregnancy. About one in three cases of infertility is due to a male-factor such as:

  • Low sperm count
  • Low sperm production
  • Abnormal sperm function – motility
  • Blockages
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Today’s Millennial Workers Are Being Offered Fertility Benefits

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It’s a growing trend for Millennials – 23 to 38 years old – to wait longer before starting a family. That is why many employers are incentivizing potential candidates with fertility benefits in order to get them to say yes to job offers. Many workers are being offered IVF and egg freezing cost coverage through their employer-based health insurance plans. To retain their top talent, big name employers – LinkedIn, Tesla, Lyft, Facebook, Google, Pinterest – are offering outstanding fertility treatment benefits for those employees who elect to delay childbearing.

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Uterine Fibroid Tumors Hit the Fertility of Black Females Hardest

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Uterine fibroid tumors are growths on the inside and/or outside of a woman’s uterus. Though these fibroids are not cancerous, they can significantly harm a woman’s reproductive health – causing infertility and pregnancy complications. While the reason is uncertain, fibroids are diagnosed in black women more than three times as white women. Black women are four times more likely than white women to undergo a hysterectomy for the treatment of uterine fibroids. Although the cause of uterine fibroids are uncertain – estrogen and progesterone levels appear to be factors. Fibroids tend to be most problematic during a woman’s prime reproductive years – when hormones are at their highest levels.

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