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.
There are many different options and decisions that a person has to make when it comes to getting any kind of fertility treatment. This is particularly worth noting if you are looking at surrogate pregnancy as an option. Many couples have turned to this fertility option over the years for many reasons, including quite a few celebrities. The team at our center for IVF in New Jersey will be able to answer all of your questions about surrogate pregnancy and address all of your concerns, but below we want to chronicle a rather high-profile surrogate pregnancy, which involved the birth of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s baby girl.
There are many different causes of infertility, and thankfully there are many different ways that you can overcome these issues of fertility. Whether using your own eggs or in need of a New Jersey egg donor, surrogate pregnancy is one of the options that you should keep in mind if you want to start a family of your own. Before turning to surrogacy, however, it is important that you speak with a doctor or fertility specialist in great detail. Below, though, we’ll look at some basic concerns where surrogate pregnancy is concerned.
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.
Although most celebrities have beauty, fame, and fortune, they are not immune from infertility problems. Some couples suffer from female or male infertility problems, while others have unexplained infertility. Another fertility issue that has become common results from many celebrities, and women in general, that are choosing to have children later in life. Women are able to more easily get pregnant when they are in their teens, 20s, and early 30s. The chances of a women successfully conceiving dip dramatically after the woman reaches the age of 36. That is probably part of the reason that many of these celebrities opted to undergo fertility treatment in order to have a child.
Infertility affects one in six couples trying to conceive in the US today, and trying to overcome that can be a stressful, exhausting process. A desire to make that process less stressful and more personal led Dr. Susan Treiser, one of the few female board certified Reproductive Endocrinologists in her field, to co-found IVF New Jersey with her colleague, Dr. Michael Darder, in 1990. A practice that started with one center in Somerset has grown to include offices in Freehold, Hamilton, and Annadale, and a fifth office will soon open in Short Hills. IVF New Jersey boasts a high success rate and offers personalized services that run the gamut from in-vitro fertilization to gestational carriers to acupuncture. Dr. Treiser sat down with New Jersey Life to discuss founding IVF New Jersey, and the many changes and advances in this field of medicine that she’s seen over the years.