Neway Fertility Launches Special Fertility Treatments for IVM, Offering Natural Fertility Alternative to IVF for Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
New York City – Jan. 27, 2014 – Neway Fertility, a leading NYC fertility clinic specializing in natural fertility treatments, today announced the launch of a special fertility treatments for women with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) and infertility.
IVM (in vitro maturation) is a groundbreaking treatment that has seen great success around the globe, with more than 5,000 live births worldwide – more than 1/4 of them under the direction of Neway’s founder and technical director, fertility pioneer Dr. Jin-Ho Lim, who is now bringing this innovative technique to the US. IVM offers a virtually drug-free, low-cost, minimally invasive approach to fertility, making it ideal for women with hormone-sensitive issues like PCOS, who cannot tolerate the high doses of ovarian stimulation drugs required by traditional IVF.
You must be under the age of 35, suffer from PCOS, and have difficulty getting pregnant. Please contact Kelly at (212) 750-3330 (M-F 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM) or click here to see if you qualify.
About Neway Fertility
Neway Fertility is a leading NYC fertility clinic offering the full range of fertility treatments, with an emphasis on natural approaches. Neway was founded by Dr. Jin-Ho Lim, a pioneer in natural fertility and founder of the groundbreaking Maria Fertility Network in Asia. Dr. Lim established a world-class facility in Manhattan to bring his innovative treatments to the US, training an expert team led by top fertility specialist Dr. Jesse Hade, MD, F.A.C.O.G. Neway leverages innovative techniques and a personalized approach to deliver some of the highest success rates in the country for everything from traditional IVF, to natural alternatives like IVM, mild IVF, Natural cycle IVF, and Natural cycle IVF/M, to IUI, genetic testing, embryo screening, egg freezing, egg donation, and more. Visit www.ch.newayfertility.com for more.
Neway Fertility最近有3名健康的IVM babies在纽约地区首次诞生。