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Truths about Egg Freezing: Part 3

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Frequently Asked Questions

 A lot of patients have been inquiring about Egg Freezing since the technology’s media boom with Facebook and Apple.  There is a ton of research and information on out the internet, but still, there are some common questions that we are asked.

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Topics: Oocyte Freezing, New York, New Hope Fertility, Dr. Zhang, Egg Freezing, Egg Banking, Pregnancy, Egg Donation Cycle, kato

Truths about Egg Freezing: Part 2

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

TRUTHS ABOUT EGG FREEZING

 

 A lot of patients have been inquiring about Egg Freezing since the technology’s media boom with Facebook and Apple.  There is a ton of research and information on out the internet, but still, there are some common questions that we are asked.

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Topics: Oocyte Freezing, New York, New Hope Fertility, Dr. Zhang, Egg Freezing, Egg Banking, Pregnancy, Egg Donation Cycle, kato

The Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About Freezing Your Eggs

Posted by NHFC

Egg freezing provides a way for women to preserve their fertility until they are ready to start a family.  Although it is increasing in popularity, many women have questions about the process to freeze and store eggs.  Once a woman fully understands how fertility preservation works, she is better equipped to know if fertility preservation is the right choice.

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Topics: Flash Freezing, Vitrification, Oocyte Freezing, New York, New Hope Fertility, Egg Freezing, Fertility Preservation, Egg Banking, NYC

The Catherine Foundation and New Hope Fertility Center Hosts Fertility Preservation Seminar

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

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Topics: Flash Freezing, New York, Announcements, Technology, Egg Freezing, Fertility Preservation, Events, Egg Banking

New Hope Successes

Posted by NHFC

Some recent graduations to OB/GYNs…

40 y/o, first baby. The embryo was created from a Mini-IVF cycle in 10/2010 and frozen. Pregnancy resulted from a single embryo transfer of the frozen blastocyst in a natural cycle IVF.

32 y/o, first baby. The embryo was created from a Mini-IVF cycle in 10/2010 and frozen. Pregnancy resulted from a dual embryo transfer (patient's request) of the frozen blastocyst in a natural cycle IVF.

34 y/o, first baby (history of failed conventional IVF). The embryo was created from a Clomid-only Mini-IVF in 9/2010. Pregnancy resulted from a single embryo transfer of the frozen blastocyst in a natural cycle IVF.

42 y/o, second NHFC baby, PGD/gender selected for a boy. Embryo from Mini-IVF. Pregnancy resulted from a blastocyst embryo transfer in natural cycle IVF.

42 y/o, second baby. Pregnancy was from a D2 fresh transfer and a Clomid-only Mini-IVF cycle.

49 y/o, first baby. Used donor embryos from the NHFC Oocyte bank. Pregnancy resulted from a frozen blastocyst transfer in natural cycle IVF.

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Topics: Frozen Blastocyst Transfer, PGD, Oocyte Freezing, Mini-IVF, Success Story, New Hope Fertility, Egg Banking, Pregnancy, genetic screening, new york city

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