Keep Your Options Open With Egg Freezing

One of the most discussed fertility topics among women today is egg freezing. It’s not uncommon for women in the their twenties and thirties to bring up the issue over brunch and mimosas—and that’s a good thing. We should be talking about it more.

At Neway Fertility we are all about options. The ability to freeze one’s eggs often allows women to put their minds more at ease about wanting to delay starting a family in order to focus elsewhere, like on their careers. Of course there are no guarantees, but being aware of all of your choices as early as possible is a great step to lessening fertility anxiety down the road.

As always we want to arm our patients with the most information possible to help them make decisions about family planning and fertility. And egg freezing is one of the first options available to a young woman, as it is about investing in the future, even a possibly far-off future.

To that end we are hosting a Freeze the Clock event in New York City on October 1st to share our knowledge with patients looking for answers to their many questions like “Am I too old to freeze my eggs?” “What is the perfect age?” and “How much does it cost?” We’ll also educate women about our unique In vitro maturation (IVM) treatment, which allows for egg harvesting without the use of fertility drugs.

“This egg freezing event is not only for women who are interested in freezing eggs in hopes of having a child in the future, but also for women who simply want to learn about their bodies and increase their ‘reproductive wisdom’”, says Dr. Janelle Luk. “We are all so busy with our lives and careers in New York City and there are so many things that are out of our control. We want to empower women. And through this event, we, as women, can gain back control of our biological clocks and improve our reproductive health and awareness. Please join us and gain control!”

Hope to see you in October, but if you can’t make it please take a look at the information about egg freezing at Neway Fertility here and contact us at 212-750-3330 to inquire further.

We look forward to hearing from you and helping you along your fertility journey.

Taking Control of Your Fertility

Many women never have a conversation with a doctor about their fertility until after numerous failed attempts to get pregnant. For some this may mean they have missed out on some options available to them. At Neway we believe that in educating women about fertility, we allow them to take better control of their bodies and their lives. Read more

Autoimmune Disorders and their Relationship to Pregnancy Loss

Autoimmune Disorders and their Relationship to Pregnancy Loss.

Both autoimmune and alloimmune mechanisms have been studied and implicated as causes of recurrent pregnancy loss.  Autoimmune disorders are a better studied field with larger amounts of clinical evidence that have linked recurrent pregnancy loss with certain autoimmune disease such as systemic lupus erythematosus and antiphospholipid syndrome. We will further discuss these two diseases, its treatments and patient education in later sections. Read more

What does it mean to been diagnosed with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss?

Recurrent Miscarriage is one of the most devastating diagnoses where a woman has no issues getting pregnant but is unable to keep a pregnancy. Overall, approximately 12 to 15% of clinically recognized pregnancies end in spontaneous miscarriage between 4 and 20 weeks of gestation. About 50 to 75% of miscarriages are the result of chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo and occur by chance. Read more

What does it mean to have high FSH?

High FSH in women is most commonly an indicator of diminished ovarian reserve/ovarian insufficiency or premature ovarian aging. These terms are commonly used to describe women who are under the age of 40 and experience a decreased amount of potential eggs, but diminished ovarian reserve is also the result of advancing age. Because the clinical implications of an elevated FSH level can be serious, it is important to gain more of a complete clinical picture to assess the severity of the depletion. An ultrasound of the ovaries and other laboratory work are used to confirm the finding. Read more

Frozen Blastocyst Culture Transfer FAQs

For some couples, Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a viable option to consider before beginning a new IVF cycle. At the 100-cell stage of development, a blastocyst culture is cryopreserved, allowing the couple to use it for future IVF attempts.

At our fertility clinic NYC, we get lots of questions about FET. Here are some common questions and answers.

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Track Your Fertile Days With an Ovulation Calendar

There are only a set number of days each month during which you can become pregnant. Those are your fertile days, during and right after ovulation. During ovulation, an egg is released. That egg is then ready to meet with sperm to conceive a child. Sperm can live for several days, so you don’t necessarily need to be intimate right on the day of ovulation in order for conception to occur. However, it’s very important that you know when ovulation is, so you can plan accordingly. Read more

Artificial Insemination as a Fertility Treatment Option

By definition, artificial insemination is the deliberate introduction of sperm into a woman’s uterus or cervix to achieve pregnancy. Artificial insemination (AI) is a successful fertility treatment in humans.

In the early 1900s, artificial insemination required little more than some healthy sperm and a means to deliver it into a woman’s uterus. Today’s AI procedures involve careful “washing” of the sperm before placement. Artificial insemination also earned a new name – intrauterine insemination, or IUI.

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In Vitro Fertilization can Help Make Your Family Complete

If you’re interested in having a family but you’re concerned about fertility issues, there are options for you to consider. For example, there are many fertility clinics in New York City. These can help you explore the choices available to you, based on your specific health concerns. A popular option is in vitro fertilization (IVF). This is a good way to have a family when naturally trying to become pregnant has not provided you with success.

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Celiac Disease May be to Blame for infertility in women

Unclear why you’re unable to conceive and visiting a New York fertility clinic? An Indian study suggests that infertility in women should be screened for celiac disease which could be the underlying problem.

Celiac disease occurs in one of every 100 people. People who have it cannot process gluten that’s found in grains like wheat, barley and rye. Intestinal damage, malnutrition and other long-term problems can result if celiac disease is left untreated.

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