Common Causes of Female and Male Infertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Apr 3, 2018 11:37:00 AM

Blog 43According to the World Health Organization, for couples aged 35 or younger, infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.” For couples older than 35 years old, it is diagnosed after 6 months of having unprotected, well-timed intercourse.

Infertility can be caused by one or more factors for both men and women. It is important to recognize the signs of when a couple should take the first steps to see a doctor to learn about their options. 

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Topics: Infertility

What Is IVM? Dr. Zimmermann Breaks It Down

Posted by Neway Fertility on Jul 21, 2017 11:29:17 AM

Blog 2.jpgIVM stands for “in vitro maturation,” not to be confused with IVF or “in vitro fertilization”, though both have some things in common and the same aim of facilitating a successful pregnancy.  IVM might best be described as a milder, gentler form of IVF which involves harvesting eggs from naturally developing or minimally stimulated follicles and allowing them to mature in vitro (outside of the body in a controlled laboratory setting) until ready for fertilization with sperm. 

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Topics: Infertility, IVM, Fertility Treatment

Understanding Your Test Results: Assessing Male Infertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Jul 7, 2014 1:59:19 PM

Blog 38.jpgAfter 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 tests awaits, with unfamiliar terminology in the results. Breaking through the jargon and learning the science beneath can be helpful to understanding your infertility.

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Understanding Your Test Results: Assessing Female Infertility

Posted by Neway Fertility on Jun 7, 2014 1:39:36 PM

Blog 32.jpgWith approximately 10% of couples in the United States affected by infertility, understanding underlying health problems that may contribute to reproductive difficulties is essential. Fertility clinics in New York City will help you identify the contributors to fertility, whether it is a problem with one partner or a combination of factors in both partners. With proper diagnosis, treatment plans to maximize chances of fertilization success can be promptly implemented.

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Topics: Blog, Infertility

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