Infertility: Holiday Havoc……Another Perspective

by | November 23rd, 2011

The year-end holiday season can be particularly trying for people struggling with infertility. While dealing with infertility is stressful enough, the holidays can make it more so. Come mid-November we are supposed to feel jovial and gregarious, charitable and magnanimous. The holidays are times for large family gatherings and reunions with friends. But so many

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IVF Stress – or – You Might Think I’m Delerious

by | November 2nd, 2011

For the most part the only people who get pregnant without stress are those who conceive without knowing it. Given the inefficiency of the human species at reproduction it’s amazing that anyone does get pregnant -and even more amazing that any of us are here at all. Of course when a woman wants to have

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Pregnancy After Menopause: Fantasy – Yes, Crazy – No, We Can Make it Happen…

by | October 11th, 2011

Ronny Cammareri: …why didn’t you wait for the right man…? Loretta Castorini: He didn’t come! Ronny Cammareri: I’m here! Loretta Castorini: You’re late! Moonstruck (1987) MGM So the love of your life came too late and your last period came too early. Pregnancy,then,must be out of the question? Not so. With the use of donor

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Almost Pregnant: IVF Illusion

by | September 23rd, 2011

“This time we almost made it”(But we didn’t so we’re going to try again.) Once the sadness and anger over a failed IVF cycle have been addressed it is not uncommon for the disappointed couple to want to begin a new treatment cycle with the onset of the next “Day One”.In part this is a

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Eggs, Sperm….Magic!?

by | August 11th, 2011

“Will you make me some magic with your own two hands? Can you build an emerald city with these grains of sand? Can you give me something I can take home? These are pointed questions fueled by strong desires; originally penned by Meat Loaf but paraphrased by just about every patient who comes in here

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IVF Treatments for Infertility in New Jersey at North Hudson I.V.F

by | March 11th, 2011

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IVF Protocol- or “I’ll Have What She’s Having”

by | September 22nd, 2010

Infertility patients today are not the same as they were 10 years ago. Back then they were more likely to present with sadness and angst and a plea of “please find it, fix it, do something!” Today’s patient, although fraught with the same emotions as her turn-of-the-century counterpart, presents with more confidence, savy,and even a

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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss- Emotional Limbo

by | June 22nd, 2010

Recurrent pregnancy loss or recurrent miscarriage is emotionally and physically devastating to undergo. Rarely addressed, however is the “limbo” that patients are in prior to the actual physical loss of the pregnancy. Formerly one could only be given the diagnosis of recurrent pregnancy loss if she had experienced 3 consecutive miscarriages. Today, as serial ultrasounds

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Beyond the SART Statistics How to Choose a Good IVF Program

by | December 14th, 2009

The Fertility Clinic Success Rate and Certification Act (HR 4773) was signed into law in 1992. The Act requires IVF programs to report their success rates to the Center for Disease Control. The CDC, in turn, makes this information available to the public via their website ( Because the Act also required IVF programs to

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Where’s my doctor?

by | December 1st, 2009

I cant tell you how many times Ive heard the same complaint: After my first visit, I never saw my doctor again. This is a chronic problem in the large, volume based, fertility factories. When couples seek out an infertility doctor to help them have a baby, they want to establish a bond with their

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