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  • It’s Not Because of You

    The “manosphere” is in turmoil over news of declining sperm counts in men all over the world. A landmark study published in the journal Human Reproduction Update last summer found that sperm counts dropped by more than half over four decades of data. People have been blaming everything from chemical pollution to the feminizing of men by society.

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  • How Much Time Do You Have?

    Did you know that the general fertility rate in the United States is the lowest it’s ever been? A major reason for that is millennials in their peak fertility years are delaying childbirth or even deciding not to have children. Many of them are loaded with student debt and feel they can’t afford children yet, while others are pursuing higher education or their careers. Most millennials are waiting later to marry for all these reasons and many others. They are realistic …

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  • How Advanced Reproductive Technology Has Made SET the Standard of Care in IVF

    In the past, the normal protocol in IVF treatment was to transfer two embryos, and sometimes three, to improve the chances that one embryo would implant and result in a healthy pregnancy.  The downside was a greatly increased chance of having twins or high-order multiples like triplets.

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  • Why One Baby Is Better, For You and the Baby

    The number of twin births have almost doubled in the last four decades.  Besides the effect of maternal age (i.e. older women who are able to get pregnant are more likely to have twins than younger women), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says more than one-third of twins and more than three-quarters of triplets and other high-order multiples resulted from assisted reproductive technology (ART).  The practice of transferring two …

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  • More Than 71K Babies Born, and Fewer Multiples

    #DYK that more babies are being born from assisted reproductive technology (ART) in the U.S. than ever before, and that the outcomes are better for both mothers and babies?  The latest national and clinic-specific data on ART were recently released by SART, the Society for Assisted …

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  • For Women Choosing to Delay Childbearing by Daniel E. Stein, MD RMA of New York, a participating provider in the WINFertility Network 

    For millions of women worldwide, the challenge to remain active in the workplace while maintaining their reproductive potential remains formidable.  Over the past decade, significant technological advances in egg …

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  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW #flipthescript) Julie Medley shares here story a former patient at PREG and proud adoptive mom! 

    Don’t ignore the opportunity to share your infertility story with others.  Many of you
    are scared or embarrassed to talk about your struggle.  I understand that. I’ve been
    there, so I really do.  …

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  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW #flipthescript) Meeting or Beating the Age Barrier of Infertility by Elena Trukhacheva MD, MSCI, President and Medical Director of Reproductive Medicine Institute 

    Aging oocytes, Advanced Maternal Age, Diminished Ovarian Reserve…by any other name, these …

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  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW #flipthescript) a word from Shweta Nayak M.D.  

    For those looking to start a family, or those further along on the spectrum who may be utilizing Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), it can be easy to get lost in the details.  Those details can be as …

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  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW #flipthescript)