Category Archives: Infertility

Frozen Eggs may be More Beneficial when Considering Egg Donation

Benefits of Purchasing and Using Frozen Eggs for Your Cycle

The biggest benefits are indeed that the eggs have already been screened. Meaning that the genetic screening that occurs has already been done, you have knowledge of that. All the infectious disease screening that is done according to FDA guidance has already been completed, any type of urine drug screen has already been completed as well.

Evaluating Fertility—When to Get a Second Opinion

Evaluating Fertility And When To Seek a Second Opinion

Obtaining a second opinion does not mean that a patient is obligated to switch to a new fertility center. Instead, it can simply serve as an opportunity to re-evaluate your fertility testing and treatment thus far.

Reproductive Endocrinologist Meghan “Meggie” Smith, M.D. joins CCRM

The Manhattan-based facility is an all-inclusive center with an on-site clinic, surgery center, IVF laboratory and clinical laboratory.

Reproductive Endocrinologist Meghan “Meggie” Smith, M.D. joins CCRM NY. The Manhattan-based facility is an all-inclusive center with an on-site clinic, surgery center, IVF laboratory and clinical laboratory.

6 most commonly covered fertility benefits

Customized healthcare benefits on your terms.

A competitive job market and a growing trend of more inclusive benefits has led to more employers offering family-friendly perks such as fertility services, paid leave and flexible scheduling, according to research from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. Fertility benefits in particular have been a focus of employers looking to help employees become […]

American Air Force Awards $50,000 Grant to Help Treat Infertility

Honoring Our Military Heroes

The Air Force is investing $50,000 in a progesterone-testing kit company that could help service members who are trying to conceive.

Fertility and the “Egg Timer” Test

women who want children but don’t have a partner

As women, we are born with a finite number of eggs, and as we mature those eggs degenerate and the quality of our eggs decline as well. One of the most important factors in determining your chance of achieving pregnancy is age. Generally speaking, fertility starts to decline when women are in their early 30s, […]

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