Dr. Ralf Zimmermann with Neway Fertility Explains the Many LGBT Fertility Options and Offers Tips on Maximizing Family-Planning Efforts.
Dr. Daniel Kort with Neway Fertility offers tips to patients who want to preserve their fertility.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 18, 2018
With rapid technological advances in the fertility field, increasing numbers of women are now choosing to freeze and store their eggs. Previously reserved for women facing a cancer diagnosis requiring chemotherapy or removal of an ovary, most women who freeze their eggs today are doing so to preserve their options. Simply put, they do not want to get pregnant now but may want to in the future.
Dr. Ralf Zimmermann with Neway Fertility with Tips on why IVM is a safer technique for women with ovarian disorders.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 04, 2018
Increasing success with the way eggs are matured outside a person’s ovaries has given new hope to women who have difficulty becoming pregnant, especially those with diseases or disorders that make use of conventional in vitro fertilization techniques less effective – or even risky.
Approximately one percent of women stop ovulating before the age of 40. For most of these women, the only option to have a child is through egg donation whereby the woman would be the birth mother but not the genetic mother of the child. Until recently, a premature decline in ovarian reserve was diagnosed primarily upon learning of an early menopause when the ovary has already been depleted of eggs. Two new developments in the field of reproductive medicine have expanded the possibility for these women to have their own biological child.
Natural cycle IVF takes advantage of a woman’s natural menstrual cycle. During a typical menstrual cycle, only one follicle develops. Neway Fertility’s doctors carefully monitor the follicle development, allowing them to retrieve the egg at the optimal time. Natural cycle IVF is a popular alternative to Conventional IVF because it lowers the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), requires less monitoring and less medications.
Approximately 10% of women in their reproductive years suffer from premature ovarian aging, meaning that the number of ovarian follicles of the type needed to grow into healthy eggs capable of being fertilized by healthy sperm is decreased. Diagnosing decreased ovarian reserve may be an accidental finding or diagnosed when the patient or couple undergoes fertility testing. Women with this condition face a reproductive challenge as the decreased ovarian reserve is an indicator that they are likely to go into early menopause, precluding their success in having their own biological child. Unfortunately, it is hard to predict just how quickly this group of women will go into menopause and therefore it is imperative as a clinician to diagnose and recommend a course of action in the short term to increase the chance of a successful pregnancy with their own eggs.
For the entire month of June, Neway Fertility is offering FREE fertility assessments to female, male, and transgender individuals and couples.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 29, 2018 - Neway Fertility, a leading fertility clinic in New York and member of the international Maria Fertility Network, is providing members of the LGBTQ community a free opportunity to better understand their fertility and learn about their family building options.
AS JOHN AND CHRISSY SPEAK OUT ABOUT THEIR EFFORTS FOR ANOTHER BABY
- Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have announced they will try to conceive a second child using IVF
- The couple's first child, Luna, one, was born thanks to IVF in April 2016
- Teigen has spoken out about the toll IVF has taken on her body
- We spoke to a fertility expert to find out how women can best prepare their bodies for IVF treatments
Free fertility assessments for patients to learn about their fertility
Neway Fertility, a leading fertility clinic in New York and member of the international Maria Fertility Network, is joining RESOLVE to recognize National Infertility Awareness Week® by offering free fertility assessments.