IVF New Jersey is proud to announce that they have joined Fertile Hope as a Sharing Hope center. The practice is offering a program at minimal cost to those patients who have been diagnosed with cancer and will be receiving treatment that could adversely affect their future fertility. This will allow women to freeze their viable eggs, or embryos (fertilized eggs) if they have a male partner, prior to cancer treatment in order to try to become pregnant in the future.
When a couple is unable to have a child on their own, they can turn to a fertility specialist to help them make their dreams come true. One common fertility treatment that many people undergo is in vitro fertilization, which is also known as IVF. While the phrase or the abbreviation may be familiar to you, you may not know what it means or involves. The team here at our IVF center in New Jersey would like to go over five basics about IVF that you should be aware of. We can go into greater detail about IVF and other fertility treatment options at our practice during an appointment.
When you are in need of fertility treatment, you have plenty of options on the table. Fertility treatments are specially designed to meet the unique needs of a couple that is looking to start a family of their own. This may involve in vitro fertilization (IVF), sperm donation, intrauterine insemination, or the use of donor eggs. At our New Jersey IVF center, we will always work our hardest to ensure that you undergo the fertility treatment that is best suited to meet your needs.
Starting a family can be one of life’s greatest gifts, but the complex nature of conception is often not thought about until there is a problem. What should a woman do to maximize her chances of becoming pregnant and at what point should she see a doctor?
According to Dr. Susan Treiser MD, PhD and Co-Director of IVF New Jersey, a full service fertility center, “women need to be proactive.” Dr. Treiser and her team have helped thousands of patients reach their dream of becoming parents through the latest fertility treatments, but the first step is making the appointment.