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PGS/NGS Increases Your IVF Pregnancy Success Rate By Up To 30 Percent

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Genetic screening of embryos in vitro has increased yearly IVF pregnancy success rates at New Hope Fertility Center by up to 30 percent. By checking out this data, you can get an idea of your average chance of pregnancy success through IVF. Look: PGS/NGS is recommended because this technology is proven to increase a patient’s average chances of pregnancy success. Why does this matter? All IVF success rates vary per the context of patient and treatment protocol characteristics. Bonus: PGS/NGS identifies the gender of your embryos so that you can plan and balance the sexes of your children.

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Is it Time for You to See a Fertility Specialist?

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If you are under 35 and have not been able to get pregnant after having regular, unprotected sexual intercourse for at one year, you should see a fertility doctor. For women over 35, the time period for trying to get pregnant naturally is shortened to six months. Look: A woman’s fertility is dependent upon her overall health, wellness and lifestyle choices. Many women suffering from infertility use up too much valuable time trying to conceive naturally when there is a simple medical solution to their problem. Bottom Line: Don’t delay treatment.

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A Quick Guide on Financing IVF Treatment

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Because IVF is expensive and insurance coverage of costs is rare, most couples are often unable to undergo treatment when faced with having to pay out-of-pocket. Look: There are many IVF financing options available to you so that you can affordably undergo treatment and build your family. The best part? You do not have to raise your risk of conceiving a multiple pregnancy by transferring more than one embryo in a single cycle. At New Hope Fertility Center, we promote Single Embryo Transfers (SET). Bottom Line: You can have one baby at a time without raising your IVF financing costs and expenses.

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Basic Facts About Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy

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All older women – even menopausal women – have egg follicles in their ovaries. These eggs are dormant and don’t grow because their environment for development is not optimal. This occurs when a woman’s rigid ovarian wall pushes on follicles and keeps them dormant. When a woman is unable to ovulated, Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy is an innovative Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) can coax her ovaries into producing viable eggs for fertilization. At New Hope Fertility Center, fertility specialist – Dr. Zaher Merhi – has achieved phenomenal pregnancy success using Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy.

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National Infertility Awareness Week is Celebrated in April

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The last week of April 2018 – the 22nd through the 28th – is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) sponsored by the National Infertility Association (RESOLVE). Look: This week of infertility awareness is purposefully scheduled slightly before Mother’s Day upcoming in May. Why is this important? The movement’s objective is to bring awareness to the crisis of infertility and support those suffering from the disease. Infertility is indiscriminate. Every race, religion, sexuality, and economic class is impacted by infertility. NIAW’s mission is to educate the public about the impact of infertility on society. Bottom Line: The movement’s goal is to remove present day societal barriers created by infertility and reduce the shame suffered by those who are unable to conceive a child.

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Know Your Fertility Preservation Options: Ovarian Tissue Freezing

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You can preserve your future fertility through ovarian tissue freezing. A woman only releases one egg per month during her natural cycle. It only takes one good quality egg to have a healthy baby. There are many females who should consider ovarian tissue freezing if they want to preserve their fertility and have a family in the future.

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