We all know that smoking is bad for you, and that when you’re pregnant, smoking bad for you as well as your unborn child. Yet while this is self-evident, you may be curious about why it’s so bad for your unborn child and what negative effects it can have on the health of said unborn child. The team here at our center for IVF in New Jersey has given many women advice on how to live healthy during their pregnancy. We’d take a moment right now to cover the dangers of smoking when you are pregnant.
If you are considering having a family but would rather do it a few years down the line, you will be glad to know that many other people share this decision. One concern, however, is that after a certain age, having a child can become more difficult and risky. In many cases, this is due to the viability and health of an older woman’s eggs. For this reason, many women consider egg freezing. At our center for IVF in New Jersey, egg freezing is one of the great services we offer to patients.
There are many different causes of female infertility. Some of them can be more complicated that others to treat, and some of them are more common than others. Approximately one quarter of female infertility cases is caused by one issue in particular: fallopian tube blockage. This is also called tubal obstruction. In fact, many issues related to the fallopian tubes can cause a blockage or a tubal difficulty of some kind. The team at our IVF New Jersey center would like to take a brief moment to look at block fallopian tubes and what those mean to couples or individual women who would like to start a family.