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What is New Hope’s One Good Egg Policy?

baby-hand.jpgLarge quantities of eggs are no longer pivotal in the practice of IVF. When multiple eggs are produced, many are not suitable for fertilization in vitro. Look: Our specialists focus on designing a fertility treatment protocol producing one high quality egg for every patient. Bottom Line: One good egg fertilized by one healthy sperm has the best chance of successfully achieving a pregnancy through IVF.

One Good Egg Policy

A heavy regimen of ovarian hyperstimulation hormone medications are very hard on a woman – physically and financially. It’s an evidence-based policy. One healthy, quality egg is capable of achieving IVF pregnancy success for those difficult patients who have been turned away by other fertility clinics.

One Good Egg Policy:

  • Patient-friendly
  • FSH-friendly
  • Age-friendly

We do not boost our high IVF pregnancy success data results by rejecting patients based on strict criteria. Taking on very difficult patients and helping them overcome their infertility encompasses the overall goal of our One Good Egg Policy. Here, we are committed to treating all patients suffering from infertility – regardless of their diagnosed difficulty. Know this: To get pregnant successfully through IVF, only one good egg and one healthy sperm is needed.

One Good Egg Policy Candidates

We welcome women diagnosed as difficult or hopelessly infertile. The best part: Because of our One Good Egg Policy, we happily accept IVF patients other fertility doctors decline to treat.

  • Women who have high FSH levels
  • Women who are unable to produce 10 to 15 eggs during a single IVF cycle
  • Women who do not tolerate fertility medications well
  • Women who are at an advanced maternal age for fertility treatment

Treatment for these women is focused on a more holistic approach through a minimal stimulation protocol which substantially reduces the amount of fertility medication used during an IVF cycle.


Our trademarked Mini-IVF™ has been endorsed by Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). According to her medical needs, a woman 38 or younger is prescribed a minimal amount of fertility medication to produce between six to eight high quality eggs per fresh Mini-IVF™ cycle. This revolutionary holistic alternative approach is focused on a gentle stimulation protocol.

Single Embryo Transfer (SET)

We promote the practice of Single Embryo Transfer (SET). Through a SET protocol, a woman’s health risks associated with the potential of multiple births is eliminated. Cryopreservation of surplus embryos for future FET procedures is encouraged by our fertility specialists – in lieu of repeated, expensive fresh IVF cycles.

Natural Cycle IVF™

We also offer a pioneering holistic IVF protocol that does not require any hyperstimulating fertility medications to produce one healthy, quality egg during a fresh IVF cycle. The Natural Cycle IVF™ is a holistic protocol is designed to enhance a woman’s natural egg production and fertility. Bottom Line: It only takes one good egg fertilized with healthy sperm to become pregnant and have a baby.

New Hope’s One Good Egg Policy Pregnancy Success Rates

Yearly ART data on IVF success rates is a rich source of information for potential IVF patients. This data gives patients an idea of their average chances of pregnancy success through IVF. It is important to work with a fertility care team having the experience to accurately diagnose the underlying cause of your infertility. Then, a customized treatment plan will be designed to meet your specific medical, personal, and financial needs.

To schedule your initial consultation with one of the fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility Center, click the icon below – or – call 917.525.5496.

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