<img height="1" width="1" alt="" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=451878654965301&amp;ev=PixelInitialized">

The IVF Fertility Blog

Common Minimal Stimulation IVF Protocol

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Traditional in vitro fertilization, or IVF, treatment uses fertility medication in order improve fertility.  IVF can be used to address both male and female infertility issues and has been extremely successful in helping couples begin their families. 

Read More

POF Discussion Series: Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Today at New Hope Fertility Center as part of our POF Series of Discussions, we will be discussing Primary Ovarian Insufficiency and some of the ways it is treated.

Read More

Which IVF Drugs Are Most Common in In Vitro

Posted by NHFC

IVF drugs can play a pivotal role in improving fertility and helping couples start families.  Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about IVF drugs and how they are used.  When used in appropriate dosages that are uniquely tailored to each individual, fertility medication can enhance fertility while having significantly less side effects. 

Read More

When Should I Consider Freezing My Embryos

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Embryo freezing can be an important component of fertility treatment.  During in vitro fertilization, IVF, eggs are harvested via microsurgery and fertilized in a lab.  It is common for multiple embryos to be created during this process.

Read More

What To Consider Before Choosing Your Fertility Clinic

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

For couples that have had difficulty conceiving on their own, selecting a fertility clinic is an important decision.  Your chosen fertility clinic will be your partner in your journey to parenthood.  Therefore, the selection process is extremely important.  Before choosing where you will seek fertility care, consider the following.   

Read More

Why You Should Consider a Mini IVF if You're Over 40

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Naturally, a woman is most fertile from her teenage years until age 35.  After that point, a woman’s natural fertility decreases significantly.  This decrease does not mean that becoming pregnant is an impossibility.  In fact, New Hope Fertility Center has an IVF protocol, Mini-IVF™, which is ideal for women over 40. 

What is IVF?

Read More
New Call-to-action

Subscribe for Email Updates

Recent Posts

New Call-to-action