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How Sleep Improves Your Fertility Level

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

To improve a woman’s fertility level, she must establish a healthy sleep pattern and get her circadian rhythm and hormonal levels in sync. The best part? Helping to increase your natural fertility could be as simple as turning off computers, cellphones, and TVs at least one hour before you plan to retire. Today’s woman often skimps on sleep due to increasing demands at home and work. When a woman’s body is deprived of rest, she can experience weight gain, mood disorders, and increased stress levels. 

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How to Avoid Injections and Blood Draws: New Needle-Free IVF

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

You no longer have to undergo painful injections and inconvenient blood draws to achieve a healthy pregnancy through IVF. What’s new in fertility treatment? 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 and blood draws. 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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Where Can You Find the Best Mini-IVF™ Protocol in NYC?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Only innovators of the Mini-IVF™ protocol can offer the best treatment in NYC. What’s the real story? ABC News reports that the Mini-IVF™ – a newer and gentler IVF protocol – has been successfully refined and practiced by our fertility specialists for over a decade. Look: Many women who have failed Conventional IVF have achieved a successful pregnancy after undergoing a Mini-IVF™. It can’t be emphasized enough by Dr. John Zhang – Medical Director and CEO of New Hope Fertility Center – You only need one good-quality egg to achieve a live birth. With Mini-IVF™, you make very few eggs, but good quality eggs to achieve a pregnancy. – ABC News.

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How Sleep Can Increase Your Natural Fertility Level

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

To enhance your fertility level, you must establish a healthy sleep pattern and get your circadian rhythm – and hormonal levels – in sync. Look: When a woman’s body is deprived of rest, she can experience weight gain, mood disorders, and increased stress levels. Why is this important? Adequate sleep will improve your natural fertility level. Women in their prime childbearing years (25 to 35) need 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep every night during a work week to sustain an optimum fertility level.

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Discover Support and Nurturing With IVF Yoga

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Even if you’ve already started an IVF cycle, you can receive support and nurturing from yoga. There are a myriad of benefits from yoga. It can’t be emphasized enough: Always begin with a moderate yoga regimen – not high intensity exercise – and always get pre-approval from your fertility specialist. Look: Too much high-intensity yoga or other exercise has been shown to hinder successful IVF pregnancy outcomes. But, low-impact yoga can significantly increase conception success rates in women undergoing IVF treatment. When you are investing significant amounts of time, money, and emotion into an IVF cycle, you want to do everything you can to make it successful.

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How the EmbryoScope Improves Embryo Quality

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Quality embryo development is crucial to a successful IVF pregnancy. Here’s the deal: Embryologists must observe embryos culturing in vitro regularly in order to make accurate assessments of their development progress and quality. Minimizing the disturbance of embryos has been aided by time-lapsed technology – the EmbryoScope. Why does this matter? Before time-lapse technology, embryos used to be physically removed from the incubator by the embryologist for observation. This physical movement would disturb the culturing process by exposing the embryo to stress and fluctuations.

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