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Why Our Natural Cycle IVF Comes With a Higher Success Rate

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Natural Cycle IVF™ is the ideal option for women who wish to avoid the use of fertility drugs. Because no fertility drugs stimulating egg follicle production are used in this holistic protocol, Natural Cycle IVF™ promotes our innovative One Good Egg Policy. One good egg fertilized by healthy sperm has the best chance of successfully achieving a pregnancy through IVF. Why is this important? Large quantities of eggs are no longer pivotal in the practice of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).

Our One Good Egg Policy is:

  • Patient-friendly
  • FSH-friendly
  • Age-friendly
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Can Acupuncture Really Increase Fertility Levels?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Studies have shown that women who underwent acupuncture before, during and after IVF embryo transfer increased their chances of pregnancy by up to 42 percent. Why is this important? The pregnancy success rate of those who did not undergo acupuncture was only 26 percent. These phenomenal IVF success rates are why New Hope Fertility NYC unveiled its in-house acupuncture therapy treatment program in July of 2017! Our acupuncturists are specially trained in acupuncture therapy with a focus on treating women’s infertility. 

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Breaking Down The Ultra Mini-IVF

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The revolutionary Minimal Stimulation IVF (Mini-IVF) holsitic protocol is growing in popularity because it is successful and requires less fertility medications. New Hope Fertility NYC's celebrated Mini-IVF has achieved pregnancy succes rates comparable to those of Conventional IVF. The Ultra Mini-IVF takes the minimal stimulation protocol a step further by only using oral fertility medications.

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Preserving Your Fertility After A Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Coping with a breast cancer diagnosis is one of the toughest things a woman can experience. There are a number of decisions to make and emotions to handle that deal with the present situation. Woman can plan for a future family through fertility preservation. Advancements in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) helps many women go on to lead healthy, happy lives – including starting a family.

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How to Reduce the Risk of Multiple Births When Undergoing IVF Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

It used to be the sole standard practice of care to only prescribe large doses of fertility medication for women undergoing Conventional In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) . The goal of Conventional IVF has been for the woman to develop multiple egg follicles - 10+ - in order to create several quality embryos in vitro. Through Conventional IVF, it was typical to transfer more than one embryo and multiple pregnancies were common.  No longer is this the only standard practice of care for IVF to be successful. Introducing: Mini-IVF and Natural Cycle IVF - two innovative technologies reducing the risk of multiple pregnancy for women undergoing In Vitro Fertilization.

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Mini-IVF™ Success Rates in NYC

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

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), 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. Mini-IVF™ in our trademarked holistic protocol of stimulating a woman’s ovaries into producing between three and five high quality eggs. This holistic protocol is based on our policy: It only takes One Good Egg and one good sperm to make a healthy baby.

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