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Let Nature and IVF Technology Help You Produce Quality Eggs

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

In many patient cases, our fertility specialists forego prescribing a high dosage regimen of injectable fertility medications. Our One Good Egg Policy sets us apart from other fertility clinics by helping us achieve high IVF pregnancy success rates. The production of large quantities of poor quality eggs actually decreases pregnancy success rates. Our holistic IVF protocols are specifically designed to produce only high quality eggs, while at the same time reducing patient discomfort and cost per fresh cycle.

Our mission is to custom design holistic IVF protocols using an evidence-based approach.

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Is Your Egg Freezing Cost Covered by New York’s FAFTA Mandate?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

We’re ready to help you take advantage of New York’s newly enacted Fair Access to Fertility Treatment ActFAFTA. The FAFTA mandate may help you finance the cost of building your family – today – and in the future. Large-group insurance plans must now cover the cost of egg freezing and sperm freezing – for fertility preservation – in cases where patients have been diagnosed with a medical condition, such as:

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Reduce Your Stress With New Hope’s In-House Fertility Counseling

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Are you suffering from stress because you cannot get pregnant? Please reach out to New Hope Fertility Center’s in-house fertility counseling. We can help you formulate a customized pregnancy plan of action. Being proactive with your mental and emotional health care is key when you are doing everything within your physical power to have a baby. Our In-House Fertility Counselor Allison Rosen Ph.D. is dedicated to increasing your chance of pregnancy by lowering your stress level.

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Your Bad Mood May Be Keeping You From Getting Pregnant

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Your bad mood can lead to serious fertility challenges. Your body’s reproductive system is on smart alert for harmful mood levels. It knows when it’s not a good time for you to have a baby. Fertility counseling for women who want to get pregnant can decrease stress, anxiety and depression, leading to significantly higher pregnancy rates.

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

Women suffering under stress – anxiety and/or depression – can experience up to 29 percent longer wait for pregnancy than women who manage their mood. Women with infertility report elevated levels of anxiety and depression, so it is clear that infertility causes stress.

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A New Hope At-HOME IVF Patient Testimonial

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

After I got married, I cannot count the times that I was asked – When are you going to get pregnant? Hopefully, this personal account of my struggle with infertility will strengthen women who get that twinge of pain when this question is nonchalantly asked of them.

This personal question is too frequently asked casually by family, friends, as well as work colleagues. Our peer circles just don’t seem to be aware of the layers involved in an infertility situation. The constant questioning caused strain on my career and family relationships.

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FAFTA: Does Your Large-Group Insurance Provider Cover the Cost of Egg Freezing?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Don’t resign to paying out-of-pocket for egg freezing and banking. You should always consult with a fertility specialist to make sure whether or not you have a medical condition that may kick in your insurance benefits. Give yourself the best chance of receiving all medical insurance benefits due to you as mandated by newly enacted Fair Access to Fertility Treatment ActFAFTA.

  • Make an appointment with a fertility specialist and undergo a thorough medical evaluation and diagnostic testing to target the cause of your infertility
  • Obtain a medical diagnosis of your infertility
  • Receive counseling from our in-house financial counselor to review and determine your insurance policy’s coverage
  • Choose a customized fertility preservation plan recommended by your doctor to be optimal for your chance of pregnancy success
  • Your customized fertility preservation plan will then be in the best position to comply with your insurance coverage requirements
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