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Coping With Infertility During the Holiday Season

Happy HolidaysInfertility can cause one to become self-absorbed in their grief and disappointment during the Holiday Season. Look: Reflecting on those who are in need and suffering more than you can deflect the hurt. Your attention and affections will uplift others and – in return – you will feel good.

    • Send Holiday greeting cards
    • Plan a Holiday gathering
    • Donate money or food to those in need
    • Volunteer your time to those in need
    • Brighten someone’s day
    • Practice kindness
    • Do what makes you happy
Holiday Season Stress Management Tools
      • Avoid taking on new responsibilities
      • Journal your thoughts and concerns
      • Exercise to strengthen your body
      • Meditate to maintain a positive outlook
      • Massage therapy
      • Acupuncture therapy
      • More quality sleep
      • Experience intimacy without sex
      • Have sex for fun and not just baby making
      • Seek help from a therapist or joint a support group

Affordable Infertility Treatment Will Reduce Stress

The cost-efficiency practices at New Hope Fertility Centers have been proven to reduce stress levels of patients.

      • All fertility treatment plans are customized according to the needs of each patient
      • The cost of fertility treatment varies according to the patient’s medical needs
      • A fertility treatment plan is designed around the patient’s budget
      • All costs of fertility treatment are thoroughly explained to the patient

Fertility Counseling

The fertility experts at New Hope Fertility Center offer Professional In-House Fertility Counseling with Allison Rosen Ph.D. That’s not all: New Hope Fertility Center is dedicated to promoting how patients can increase their chances of achieving a healthy pregnancy through genetic testing in conjunction with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).

Introducing In-House Fertility Clinical Psychologist, Allison Rosen, PhD

As an experience clinical psychologist specializing in infertility, Dr. Allison Rosen has helped hundreds of couples cope during their struggle to have a baby.

      • Experienced Clinical Psychologist
      • Researcher
      • Author
      • Educator

Through individual, couple, and group counseling, the Doctor addresses the many challenges of dealing with infertility including:

      • Pregnancy Loss
      • Couple Conflict and Coping
      • Complex Decisions Involved in Family Building Through Donor Egg or Sperm
      • Parenting After Infertility

Education of Dr. Rosen

      • A. – University of California – Graduated Summa cum Laude and Honored as most outstanding student in the college of science
      • Master’s Degree and Ph.D – Michigan State University
      • Certificate of Psychoanalysis – William Alanson White Institute

Reducing Pregnancy Loss through Genetic Testing

Today’s Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) helps to increase the healthy birth rates of babies through genetic testing. This is because only the healthiest embryos are transferred for implantation during a fresh IVF cycle and/or Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET). Genetic testing helps to reduce the number of cycles required to achieve a healthy pregnancy.

Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

PGS is the testing of an embryo’s overall chromosomal normalcy prior to being transferred to the patient’s uterus in conjunction with IVF. PGS detects chromosomal deficiencies – aneuploidy – an extra or missing chromosome in an embryo.

PGS Increases Pregnancy Success Rates Up To 30%

PGS dramatically increases a woman’s chance of conception. Only the healthiest embryo(s) are transferred. Embryo biopsy and screening can increase a patient’s chance of a successful pregnancy by up to 30 percent.

Candidates for PGS

Because advanced maternal age (over 35) adversely affects the quality of a woman’s eggs – oocytes – resulting in chromosomal abnormalities, New Hope Fertility NYC recommends PGS in conjunction with IVF to patients over the age of 35.

Other Candidates for PGS

      • Women having a history of recurrent miscarriages (2 or more)
      • Women having failed IVF cycles
      • Gender Selection – Family Balancing

PGS Detects Low Quality Embryos

By extracting a cell from an embryo and analyzing it, poor quality embryos are detected. Biopsy of this cell will not damage the embryo.

Low quality embryos result in:

      • Low pregnancy success rates
      • High miscarriage rates
      • High chance for birth defects

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)

NGS is a new method of PGS. NGS is the latest genetic screening test for primary candidates undergoing IVF. NGS is used for comprehensive chromosome testing of embryos created through IVF. NGS is on the horizon to replacing PGS because of the procedure’s lower cost and reduced errors.

NGS allows embryologists to screen for defects on the chromosomal level with higher accuracy and more detail than ever before. PGS results are comprehensive and a higher resolution than any other genetic testing method because it detects more translocations.

NGS is also helpful for those couples wanting to plan their family through gender selection.

Specialists Helping to Reduce Holiday Season Stress

It is important to work with a fertility care team having the experience required to design a customized fertility treatment plan meeting your personal needs. To schedule your initial consultation with the fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility Center – click the icon below – or call 917.525.5496.

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