Leading Hypothesis for Miscarriage, Birth Defects Debunked

A long-held belief that chromosome crossovers make older women more likely to experience miscarriage or birth defects may be a thing of the past. Researchers at Washington ...
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Common Reasons for Male and Female Infertility

If you are having problems conceiving, you’re not alone; about one in every seven couples has difficulty getting pregnant and there’s a number of reasons why. While IVF may be ...
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Using an Ovulation Calendar to Determine Fertile Days

At our New York Fertility Clinic, we see a lot of couples who need help determining when a woman is most fertile. While there are several methods to predict ovulation, keeping ...
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Understanding Your Test Results: Assessing Male Infertility

After trying unsuccessfully to have a child, many couples are taken aback when they first seek medical treatment at fertility clinics in New York City. A veritable barrage of ...
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What is Artificial Insemination and is it Right for You?

Artificial insemination is commonly used to describe the clinical treatment called intrauterine insemination or IUI. The procedure is relatively straightforward, simple and can ...
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Male Fertility - It is all in the Packaging

]Scientists from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory may have discovered an important event in sperm development vital for male fertility. Infertility affects about 3 million men in ...
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Top 3 Ways Fertility Clinics Are Reducing Multiple Births

A multiple birth can be a frightening prospect for women receiving fertility treatments. Many patients at New York fertility clinics are already aware of the heightened risk ...
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Five Common Infertility Myths Debunked with Dr. Jin-Ho Lim

“The pill will make it harder for you to get pregnant!” “Stay away from certain food groups, they’re bad for fertility!” “If you don’t get pregnant in three months, something ...
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How Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Affects Fertility

One common hormonal disorder in women is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), also called polycystic ovary syndrome. The condition takes its name from the appearance of the ...
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Understanding Your Test Results: Assessing Female Infertility

With approximately 10% of couples in the United States affected by infertility, understanding underlying health problems that may contribute to reproductive difficulties is ...
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