How Ubiquinol Can Improve Your Chances of Pregnancy

Posted by Neway Fertility on Mar 30, 2016 10:25:36 AM

Blog 4.jpgIt’s no secret that over time the number of eggs women produce decreases with age.  What you may not realize is the quality of the eggs that we produce are not exclusively related to our age.  What we eat, the amount of stress we endure and exposure to pollution in the environment also affects our egg quality and reproduction.

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Why Vitamin D May Be Important to Your Fertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Mar 16, 2016 1:41:41 PM

Blog 5.jpgThis isn’t all entirely news, but what you may not know is that Vitamin D is extremely important when you are planning to have a child.  The relevance of Vitamin D in reproduction isn’t necessarily the first factor you think about when you’re planning to have a child, but it should be. 

Vitamin D is important for bone health, but is also important for healthy reproduction.

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The Evolution of Family and Fertility Treatments

Posted by Neway Fertility on Dec 4, 2015 9:14:16 AM

Blog 6.jpgWe are constantly progressing in technology and modern medicine. We are also evolving in our ideas of what makes a family and how it helps shape our world today. What we have now is a vastly broad definition of what makes a family – and that’s so exciting! We see families of all different sizes and shapes, and at Neway we are very enthusiastic in aiding the creation of today’s modern family.

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Fox News Interview: The Advantages of IVM with Neway Fertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Dec 2, 2015 9:10:38 AM

1448463803062.jpgAny woman who is struggling with infertility will tell you that one of the worst parts of going through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are the daily hormone injections. For some women, those injections can sometimes be dangerous. 

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The Female Approach: Why It’s Important to Have Women Doctors At the Forefront of Medicine

Posted by Neway Fertility on Nov 18, 2015 5:03:09 PM

Blog 7.jpgThanks in no small part to Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, the conversation around the need for more female executives at top companies has grown louder over the past couple years. And studies have shown that this may have something to do with women’s management styles and approaches.

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Keep Your Options Open With Egg Freezing

Posted by Neway Fertility on Sep 13, 2015 2:18:06 PM

Blog 8.jpgOne of the most discussed fertility topics among women today is egg freezing. It’s not uncommon for women in the their twenties and thirties to bring up the issue over brunch and mimosas—and that’s a good thing. We should be talking about it more.

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Taking Control of Your Fertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Aug 13, 2015 11:24:37 PM

Blog 9.jpgMany women never have a conversation with a doctor about their fertility until after numerous failed attempts to get pregnant. For some this may mean they have missed out on some options available to them. At Neway we believe that in educating women about fertility, we allow them to take better control of their bodies and their lives.

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Autoimmune Disorders and their Relationship to Pregnancy Loss

Posted by Neway Fertility on Jul 14, 2015 8:55:42 PM

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Both autoimmune and alloimmune mechanisms have been studied and implicated as causes of recurrent pregnancy loss.  Autoimmune disorders are a better studied field with larger amounts of clinical evidence that have linked recurrent pregnancy loss with certain autoimmune disease such as systemic lupus erythematosus and antiphospholipid syndrome.

We will further discuss these two diseases, its treatments and patient education in later sections.

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What Does It Mean to Been Diagnosed with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss?

Posted by Neway Fertility on Jun 16, 2015 8:57:30 PM

Blog 11.jpgRecurrent Miscarriage is one of the most devastating diagnoses where a woman has no issues getting pregnant but is unable to keep a pregnancy. Overall, approximately 12 to 15% of clinically recognized pregnancies end in spontaneous miscarriage between 4 and 20 weeks of gestation. About 50 to 75% of miscarriages are the result of chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo and occur by chance.

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What Does It Mean to Have High FSH?

Posted by Neway Fertility on May 19, 2015 8:58:31 PM

Blog 12.jpgHigh FSH in women is most commonly an indicator of diminished ovarian reserve/ovarian insufficiency or premature ovarian aging. These terms are commonly used to describe women who are under the age of 40 and experience a decreased amount of potential eggs, but diminished ovarian reserve is also the result of advancing age.

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