Have you been trying to conceive for over a year and still have trouble getting pregnant? You're not alone. Nearly 7.3 million women and couple struggle with infertility in the United States alone, and this includes those trying to get pregnant for their first, second, or even third time.
At New Hope Fertility, we treat a diverse group of women of all ages, ethnic, and health backgrounds. One thing these women have in common? Trouble getting pregnant. While women oftentimes are suffering from unexplained infertility, that is, they do not know the root cause of their inability to conceive, others suffer from a multitude of fertility-related issues, from PCOS to male factor infertility. One thing is certain -- infertility does not discriminate.
We have recently been able to help a number of women who had trouble getting pregnant with their first child, with their ages ranging from 26 to 39 years of age. Ms. 26 arrived at New Hope with primary infertility, and after a few unsuccessful cycles, finally got pregnant with twins after her Mini-IVF™ treatment. Our next patient, Ms. 32, also suffering with issues trying to conceive for her first time, was able to conceive after just 1 Mini-IVF™ cycle and a single embryo transfer (one of the safest IVF practices that we promote at our clinic).
Ms. 30, although dealing with primary infertility and an unsuccessful initial frozen embryo transfer, pulled through to get pregnant after her second frozen embryo transfer. Our final IVF success story for today comes from Ms. 39, who also got pregnant through Mini-IVF™ after freezing her embryos and having a frozen embryo transfer (which is highly successful at our clinic thanks to our vitrification freezing method, with a 98% thaw survival rate).
Congratulations to all of our recent IVF pregnancies, who all prove that you can still get pregnant after dealing with primary infertility. Hooray!