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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)


  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW#flipthescript) Rhonda’s Story from www.pregonline.com

    When I was 37 I decided to have my eggs frozen. It was beginning to concern me that I was getting older but didn’t have a prospect for a husband. The doctors were able to retrieve 12 eggs. So I began to feel relieved that I had my …

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  • As part of the National Infertility Awareness Week (#NIAW#flipthescript) John S. Rinehart MD, PhD, Reproductive Medicine Institute (www.teamrmi.com) talks about Selecting embryos for Invitro Fertilization

    A constant challenge for patients using Invitro Fertilization (IVF) for fertility treatment is deciding which embryo to transfer and how many to …

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  • What Matters Most to You

    Making the decision to use donor eggs in IVF is often not easy.  If you’ve had failed IVF cycles using your own eggs or been told you have insufficient ovarian reserve for IVF, you and your partner may need time to grieve before moving on to donor eggs.  Once you are ready, however, donor eggs are a kind of miracle.  Eggs from young, healthy donors make it possible …

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  • Should You Consider It?

    Have you ever had acupuncture?  It’s now widely accepted in the medical community as a treatment for chronic pain and some other conditions like arthritis.  When you have an acupuncture treatment, the practitioner inserts tiny, sterile needles on places called acupoints, stimulating the body’s self-healing process.  In traditional Chinese medicine, the …

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