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The IVF Fertility Blog

How Sleep Habits Affect Your IVF Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Sleep is a vital part of your overall health. Too much or little sleep have clinically been proven to have a significant impact on wellness. Despite this, sleep and the affect on fertility is less well known to the general public. For those who are trying to conceive, it is important to realize that the amount of sleep you receive can directly impact your ivf treatment and ability to get pregnant.

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Topics: IVF, IVF Treatment

IVF Treatments Don't Have To Cost A Fortune - Learn About Financing and Insurance

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

It is common for people with an infertility diagnosis to have questions about cost. One of the most common questions about fertility treatment is about IVF cost. Unfortunately, not all medical insurance policies provide coverage for fertility care. For many people, the cost of IVF treatment will determine whether they can start a family.

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Topics: IVF, IVF Treatment

Can I Take Folic Acid Supplements During IVF Treatment?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

IVF treatment often requires medication that encourages the body to produce more eggs. Additionally, women undergoing fertility treatment are strongly encouraged to take a prenatal vitamin as they undergo treatment. Prenatal vitamins are created to provide a pregnant woman with the additional vitamins and minerals her body needs during pregnancy. Among these are a folic acid supplement. Folic acid is essential during early pregnancy in order to avoid certain birth defects. Additionally, research is increasingly showing that folic acid supplements may increase success rates during IVF treatment.

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Topics: Holistic Living, Mini-IVF, IVF, Natural IVF, IVF Treatment, Holistic approach, vitamins, folic acid

3 Alternatives to Conventional IVF Treatment

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

In vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment continues to evolve as a way to help couples with fertility issues.  As technology and medical techniques improve, new, more holistic IVF protocols are being developed to treat infertility.  The top alternatives to IVF include three holistic approache:, natural cycle IVF, minimal stimulation IVF, and ultra-mini IVF.

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Topics: Natural Cycle IVF, Mini-IVF, IVF, Fertility Treatment, Traditional IVF, Infertility Treatments, Natural IVF, Conventional IVF, IVF Treatment, ivf cycle, in-vitro fertilization, ultra-mini ivf

What is the Best IVF Protocol?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center


Dr. Zhang’s Video Blog

There is no one best protocol approach to IVF. Dr. John Zhang – founder and medical director of New Hope Fertility NYC, developed his trademarked Mini-IVF™ with the goal of producing high quality eggs – not an excessive quantity of low quality eggs.

According to Dr. Zhang:

In many cases, someone who fails a conventional cycle will have better luck with lower stimulation protocol like Mini-IVF™ since it can produce higher quality eggs. – Dr. John Zhang

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Topics: Natural Cycle IVF, Mini-IVF, Dr. Zhang, IVF, Trying to Conceive, Conventional IVF, IVF Treatment, ivf cycle

Immunizations to Avoid During Your IVF Cycles

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Adults are more likely than children to be unaware of their vaccination status, or to know that they need to be vaccinated for certain illnesses. Fertility treatment requires frequent doctors’ appointments where a person’s overall and fertility health are discussed. For some women, this provides the optimal time to discuss their immunizations. Being fully vaccinated can increase a woman’s ability to fight certain illnesses as well as to provide a stronger immune foundation for their growing child.

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Topics: IVF, Infertility, Fertility Treatment, Infertility Treatments, IVF Treatment, IUI, immunization

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