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Why the Mini-IVF™ is Less Invasive and More Cost-Effective

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

The Mini-IVF™ is less invasive and more cost-effective than Conventional IVF because significantly less fertility medications are used. – Dr. Zaher Merhi – New Hope’s Director of Research and Development in IVF Technologies – as quoted in Parents. This helps keep the patient’s cost down and minimizes the amount of hormones a woman is taking into her body. You don’t actually need as much medication to help conception since the medication doesn’t create eggs, it only fosters the growth of the eggs that are already there. – Dr. Merhi (Parents )

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Why You Should Seek Out Fertility Counseling in the New Year

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

The New Year offers renewed hope for those who have been struggling with infertility. Look: Being proactive in taking care of your mental health care is key to securing your financial investment in fertility treatment. Action plan: Reflect and reach out for an expert in fertility counseling. Our fertility experts strongly recommend Professional In-House Fertility Counseling with Allison Rosen Ph.D. That’s not all: We are dedicated to promoting our patients’ awareness of genetic testing in conjunction with IVF to increase their chances of a successful pregnancy.

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How to Stop Your Biological Clock Using Egg Freezing Technology

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

No longer do women have to be cornered into motherhood by their biological clock. You can put your maternal instinct on hold by taking advantage of egg freezing – also known as oocyte cryopreservation – in conjunction with IVF. Today’s smart women are planning for the future when it comes to her aging eggs. The younger your eggs are when trying to conceive, the better chance you will have of getting pregnant. – Dr. John Zhang as quoted in Parenting. If you know that one day you would like to become a mother, but feel that now is just not the time, we recommend freezing your eggs.

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How Our New Needle-Free IVF Has Revolutionized Fertility Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Our team of fertility specialists made news in the NY Post with the launching of Needle-Free IVF – a holistic method of treatment which promises pregnancy success without injections. What’s new? No longer does a woman have to undergo costly and painful injections and blood draws to achieve a healthy pregnancy through IVF. Why is this news? Dr. Zaher Merhi – Director of Research and Development at New Hope Fertility Center – is proud to have spearheaded this Needle-Free protocol in response to his patients’ feedback concerning the daunting cost, pain, and inconvenience of traditional IVF.

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How Our New Natural Cycle IVF™ Makes One Good Egg

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

The success of our holistic Natural Cycle IVF™ supports our steadfast One Good Egg Policy. Here’s the deal: Our mission is to reduce frustrations associated with conventional fertility care through new and innovative IVF protocols. Every woman is different based on her unique medical history and fertility assessment. It is quality eggs that matter – not quantity. Bottom Line: It only takes one good egg and one healthy sperm to achieve a successful pregnancy and birth of a healthy baby.

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Why It’s a New Year Celebration for LGBTQ Fertility Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

It’s time to celebrate all LGBTQ couples who plan to start their family in the New Year. In today’s modern society, sexual orientation bias has no place in the practice of fertility treatment. Our fertility specialists are renowned worldwide for consistently and fairly sharing their expertise and counsel with the LGBTQ community. We have offered worldwide state-of-the-art fertility procedures to our LGBTQ patients since 2004 – the founding year of New Hope Fertility Center in NYC. We have maintained our mission of reducing the physical, emotional, and financial toll of every LGBTQ patient during their quest to have a baby.

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