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IVF is the Preferred Fertility Treatment Post-IUI Failures

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Because IVF bypasses many common medical causes of infertility, it is the preferred treatment option for patients who have failed multiple IUIs. After thorough diagnostic testing has been performed to determine that your infertility is not structural, we will recommend the most promising treatment option. IUI – Intrauterine Insemination or artificial insemination – is often recommended as a first treatment option for unexplained infertility because it is the least invasive and most affordable. IUI boosts a woman’s pregnancy chances between 10 and 20 percent. Typically, IVF is not recommended until three to four IUI cycles have failed before IVF.

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Support Organizations Helping Black Women Cope With Infertility

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African American women suffer from infertility at a rate two times that of white women. New Hope Fertility has consistently provided services to the black community since being founded in 2004. Today, there are many support organizations making sure that African Americans receive fertility services equal to those provided to white women.

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2020’s National Patient Safety Awareness Week

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This year’s National Patient Safety Awareness Week is recognized March 8th through 14th. This public service campaign is focused on promoting the importance of improving healthcare. As Leaders in Fertility Treatment, New Hope Fertility wants to help inform the public about how we are improving patient-safety and healthcare. You can be a part of our healthcare team by promoting patient safety!

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Nourish Your Body for IVF as Told by Our Patient Jennifer K.

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A healthy diet and active physical lifestyle during IVF treatment will increase your chances of success, while at the same time solidifying your habits when you’re pregnant. It is very important to take care of your whole body health in order to help enhance your IVF treatment. Your level of fertility is greatly increased with a healthy diet and body mass index (BMI). Nutrition and physical fitness go hand-in-hand with optimal fertility health.

  • Make informed food choices
  • Develop sound eating habits
  • Establish good physical activity routines
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Free Fertility 101 Presentation + Q&A & IVF Cycle Raffle – March 19th

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New Hope’s Dr. Meir Olcha invites you to a Fertility 101 Presentation + Q&A social on Wednesday, March 19th @ 6:30 p.m. All participants can reserve their attendance for no charge. AND – new guests will be automatically entered into a raffle for the chance to WIN ONE FREE IVF CYCLE. Enjoy complimentary refreshments in The New Hope Piano Lounge – 2nd Floor 4 Columbus Circle. The focus of our Fertility 101 + Q&A social is to help those struggling with infertility become well-informed about New Hope’s all-encompassing cutting-edge family planning options.

  • Who? Meir Olcha Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Specialist (REI)
  • When? Wednesday, March 19th, 2020 – 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Where? 4 Columbus Circle – 2nd Floor – The New Hope Piano Lounge
  • Call 212.969.7422 – or – CLICK HERE to reserve your free attendance
  • New guests will receive one free IVF cycle raffle ticket
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IVF is the Best Treatment for PCOS

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a serious reproductive disorder that affects one out of 10 women. The fertility of approximately 20 percent of women in America is compromised by PCOS. PCOS impacts the regularity of your period as well as your appearance. The best treatment for infertile women suffering from PCOS is with fertility medications and IVF. Women suffering from infertility due to PCOS respond very well to injectable fertility medications and have a high percentage rate of successful ovulation and pregnancy.

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