East Coast Fertility Offers Free Seminar on Treating and Financing Infertility

David Kreiner, MD Free Fertility Seminars, Innovating the Financing of Infertility, Innovation in Treating and Financing Infertility 0 Comments

East Coast Fertility is offering a free seminar: What You Need to Know Now If You Are Trying to Have a Baby: Innovations in the Treatment and Financing of Infertility. There is no charge for attendees, and all are eligible to receive a free fertility consultation with Dr. Kreiner and a discount coupon for some fertility medications. Don’t miss this …

Why “The Wyden Bill” Does Not Support Infertility Patients

David Kreiner, MD Regulation of IVF 0 Comments

Patients often seek my help, desperate to try In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) after having a previous cycle cancelled at an outside clinic. These patients stimulated with fewer follicles and therefore due to their lower pregnancy expectations were not allowed to proceed. We presented our data on IVF performed on patients with 3 or fewer follicles at the American Society for Reproductive …

I Look Pretty Good In Scrubs

David Kreiner, MD Infertility Information 0 Comments

The experience husbands feel when going through an IVF cycle varies depending in large part on how involved they get. Not only will it help relieve much of the stress for your wife and your relationship the more involved you are but you will feel more invested in it and more in control over the outcome. Many husbands pride themselves …

Is This Stress Making Me Look Fat?

David Kreiner, MD Stress Relief 0 Comments

I’m racing a 40 foot sailboat in 25 to 30 NNW winds yesterday out of Manhasset Bay. Gear was breaking, sails ripping, we broached twice….nearly did a “death roll” (when the boat gets knocked down and the tip of the mast nearly hits the water). A competitor had a man overboard; the USCG and NCPD were involved with another boat …

In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Culture

David Kreiner, MD Co-culture of Embryos, IVF 0 Comments

• Sperm and eggs are placed together in specialized conditions (culture media, controlled temperature, humidity and light) in hopes of fertilization • Culture medium is designed to permit normal fertilization and early embryo development, but the content of the medium is not standardized. • Embryo development in the lab helps distinguish embryos with more potential from those with less or …

Through My Eyes: A Historical Perspective of the Birth of IVF

David Kreiner, MD Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Dave Kreiner, MD, Dr. Howard and Georgeanna Jones, Journey To The Crib Video Series, Pamela Madsen, The Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine 0 Comments

Journey To The Crib – Ep. 3 – Giving Birth To IVF at the Jones Institute on Vimeo. My first day of fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology at the Jones Institute was the day the Institute moved from the old quarters at the medical school to their new location at Hoffheimer Hall.  Movers carried boxes laden heavy with text books …

New Media for Information and Communication

David Kreiner, MD Dave Kreiner, MD, High order Multiple Births, Infertility Information, Journey To The Crib Video Series, Pamela Madsen, Single Embryo Transfer 0 Comments

I was at a meeting with one of the insurance companies when I was asked, “How do you educate patients regarding the risks of multiple pregnancy?” I realized that as much as I try to counsel patients and teach them that we had limited written materials and no audio visual. It was at that point that we decided to create …