The Mini-IVF™ Procedure and New Hope Fertility Success Stories
Minimal stimulation in vitro fertilization protocols are growing in popularity. There are a number of benefits associated with minimal stimulation treatment including healthier eggs, less discomfort for the patient and fewer side effects. Understanding what minimal stimulation IVF is and the success rates can help determine if this is the right protocol for you.
New Hope Fertility Center is conveniently located in Manhattan and offers personalized fertility treatment. Their state of the art, patented minimal stimulation protocol, Mini-IVF™, has success rates that are comparable to traditional IVF treatments. This is due to the advancements in technology and the level of individual attention they are able to provide.
What is Mini-IVF™?
Mini, or minimal stimulation, IVF uses a significantly reduced amount of fertility medication when compared to its traditional counterpart. The goal is to gently supplement a woman’s natural fertility to produce between three and five eggs that are of a high quality and suited for fertilization. Each Mini-IVF™ treatment is specifically tailored to the needs of the patient, providing only the level of support they need and no more. Medication a woman can receive during a Mini cycle include:
- Clomid, a fertility medication taken orally
- Menopur, an injectable medication that may be prescribed between one and three doses
- Synarel, a nasal spray
New Hope also offers an Ultra-Mini protocol that does not use any injectable fertility drugs.
Why is Mini-IVF™ successful?
The minimal stimulating protocol is successful as it is specifically tailored to the needs of each patient. Additionally, the eggs retrieved through a minimal stimulation protocol are healthier and better suited for fertilization and a live birth than those retrieved during a traditional protocol. The improvement in quality eliminates the need for such large quantities of eggs.
Additionally, patients are more comfortable during the cycle because of fewer side effects. Minimal stimulation cycles are safer as there is a far lesser chance of developing a serious side effect such as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, also known as OHSS.
A member of the New Hope fertility care team can provide additional information on our protocols and help determine the right fertility care path for you. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.