Looking forward to a New Year presents mental and emotional challenges when you have not been able to get pregnant during the last year. This is a difficult time – especially when you’ve been undergoing fertility treatment unsuccessfully. Look: The New Year is the perfect time for personal reflection and regrouping. Bottom Line: You should reach out to our in-house fertility counseling or join a fertility support group.
New Year Fertility Counseling
Being proactive with your mental and emotional health care during the New Year is crucial when you want to do everything within your power to have a baby. The fertility experts at New Hope Fertility Center offer Professional In-House Fertility Counseling with Allison Rosen Ph.D. That’s not all: New Hope Fertility Center is dedicated to promoting how patients can increase their chances of achieving a healthy pregnancy through genetic testing in conjunction with IVF.
In-House Fertility Counseling
As an experienced clinical psychologist specializing in infertility, Dr. Allison Rosen has helped hundreds of couples cope during their struggle to have a baby.
- Experienced Clinical Psychologist
Through individual, couple, and group counseling, the Doctor addresses the many challenges of dealing with infertility including:
- Pregnancy Loss
- Couple Conflict and Coping
- Complex Decisions Involved in Family Building Through Donor Egg or Sperm
- Parenting After Infertility
Education of Dr. Rosen
- A. – University of California – Graduated Summa cum Laude and Honored as most outstanding student in the college of science
- Master’s Degree and Ph.D – Michigan State University
- Certificate of Psychoanalysis – William Alanson White Institute
New Genetic Testing Technology - NICS
Non-Invasive Chromosomal Screening (NICS) is a cutting-edge genetic testing methodology used to evaluate the chromosomal status of an embryo culturing in vitro during the Blastocyst stage (5 to 6 days). The development of NICS methodology at New Hope Fertility Center marks a huge and truly a momentous achievement. We are the only fertility clinic on the East Coast to offer NICS in conjunction with IVF. NICS increases IVF and Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) pregnancy success rates by up to 30 percent.
Advantages of NICS Methodology
Our cutting-edge NICS technology detects most chromosomal abnormalities in embryos prior to transfer into the patient’s uterus.
- No need to remove embryo cells by needle stick
- Less embryo manipulation
- Culture media is processed on site (no transportation concerns)
- NICS causes little to no stress on the embryo as it develops in vitro
- Improved birth rates of healthy babies
- Provides opportunity for gender identification and selection
- Demonstrably safer and more accurate than conventional – trophectoderm – biopsy (cell extraction)
- Avoids disruptive embryo conventional biopsies which have been recently shown in study published in the August, 2019 journal Fertility and Sterility to increase the risk of pre-eclampsia and placental problems in pregnancy
Candidates for NICS
- Women over the age of 35 (advanced maternal age)
- Any woman desiring prenatal genetic screening to rule out Down’s Syndrome or other syndromes
- Women who have suffered 2 or more miscarriages
- Women desiring to lower their risk of a miscarriage
- Women having multiple failed IVF cycles
- Women who desire Family Balancing via Gender Selection
New Year Fertility Counseling
It is important to work with a fertility counselor in 2020 if you are struggling to get pregnant. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Allison Rosen at New Hope Fertility Center call 212.969.7422.