What Do You Know About Your Fertility? – Part 2, Fertility Screening

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What Do You Know About Fertility Screening? Statistics and general truths aside, every woman is unique. Given just how complicated it is to make a baby in the first place, understanding your own body’s reproductive capability and the changes it might undergo from year to year is an invaluable planning tool. Consider an annual fertility evaluation or screening. Simply put, …

What Do You Know About Your Fertility? – Part 1, Biological Clock

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What Do You Know About Your Biological Clock? Women have a biological clock. Everyone knows that. The problem is that a lot of the information people think they know about their fertility and reproduction is not true. The blurring of fact, opinion, myth and misunderstanding makes for a treacherous misinformation landscape. The knowledge gap has claimed millions of victims, people …

Micro IVF May Be Your Answer

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You’ve already crossed the bridge from “We’re going to get pregnant!” to “We need help…” But this other side looks filled with more obstacles, including expensive and risky fertility medications. How far do you have to go just to have a baby? Micro IVF (sometimes called MiniIVF) may be your answer. The primary point of MicroIVF: fewer fertility drugs, less …

Hydrosalpinx

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A hydrosalpinx is a fallopian tube that is blocked at its distal end on the opposite side from the entrance to the uterine cavity. It may be diagnosed by a hysterosalpingogram or in severe cases by pelvic ultrasound. The hydrosalpinx is filled with inflammatory fluid and is most likely the end result of a pelvic infection. This inflammatory fluid can …

Fertility Treatment During This Economic Downturn

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Financial hardships have increased fertility challenges for many couples attempting to build their families. According to a new study release at the ASRM meeting in Atlanta last week, the recession has severely affected access to fertility treatment in this country. Fifty eight percent of infertile couples who chose not to pursue therapy cited cost as the primary reason. About 7 …

East Coast Fertility Leads the Way in Saving Healthcare System $1 Billion

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Dr. David Kreiner of East Coast Fertility is using his conscience and his expertise to provide solutions in the fertility industry. He is the first in the country to offer an In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) package using Single Embryo Transfers (SET) at one set price to patients, while still providing high quality care. It can save the healthcare industry $1 Billion. …

How to Make Single Embryo Transfer a Reality

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It’s been so long since you first dreamed about having a baby. If you’re like many fertility patients, by now you’ve had a few thoughts that an adorable set of twins might be challenging — but a fun relief after all of your waiting! The sobering truth: multiple pregnancies — even with ‘just’ twins — are sometimes dangerous to the …

East Coast Fertility Offers Free Seminar on Treating and Financing Infertility

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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

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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 …