Fertility Essentials Q & A Luncheon – Saturday February 29th

Two Mothers Meeting Holding Newborn Babies At Home In Loft Apartment

A Fertility Essentials Q & A luncheon – presented by Dr. John Zhang – has been designed to help you become well-informed about your customized treatment options. Your attendance is complementary and – as a new patient – you will be automatically entered into a raffle to win one free IVF cycle.

  • Are you seeking a 2nd or 3rd opinion?
  • Have you failed multiple IVF cycles?
  • Are you considering IVF – egg freezing – ovarian rejuvenation therapy – or other fertility treatment plans?

Come join Dr. John Zhang and ask him as many questions as you want!

Fertility Essentials Q&A

  • John Zhang – World Renowned Fertility Specialist
  • 11:30 a.m. – Saturday, February 29th 2020
  • 4 Columbus Circle – 2nd Floor New Hope Piano Lounge
  • Call 212.969.7422 – or click here – to reserve your attendance
  • New patients will receive one free IVF cycle raffle ticket

Dr. John Zhang is a pioneer in developing cutting-edge fertility treatment that is evidence-based.

  • Highest chances of pregnancy
  • Cost-effective
  • Best overall patient trust and satisfaction

Cutting-Edge Fertility Treatment

Patient-Focused Fertility Treatment

To secure your seat at Dr. John Zhang’s Fertility Essentials Q & A Luncheon – 11:30 a.m. Saturday, February 29th – CLICK HERE or call 212.969.7422.

Dr. Zhang’s Contributions to Egg Freezing Technology


The natural maternal aging process has a dramatic negative effect on the quality of a woman’s eggs. The Good News: Thanks to the 20 plus years of research and clinical experience in successful egg freezing by Dr. John Zhang, women no longer have to be cornered into motherhood by their biological clocks. A woman has the option of freezing her eggs to preserve her future fertility into her advanced reproductive years (mid- to late -30s to early 40s + Beyond).

The younger your eggs are when trying to conceive, the better chance you will have of getting pregnant. If you know that one day you would like to become a mother, but feel that now is just not the time, I recommend freezing your eggs. – Dr. John Zhang as quoted in Parenting.

History of Egg Freezing

In 1986, the first birth resulting from a frozen egg was achieved. Since then, amazing strides have been achieved in the field of egg freezing Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART). Today’s ART for egg freezing is in high demand by women who don’t want to be faced with maternal age-related fertility decline. There has been an increased demand for Social Egg Freezing (SEF) – a procedure that allows women to preserve their fertility past their prime reproductive years.

  • From 1986 to 1997 – only 12 babies were born from frozen eggs
  • In 1997 – the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. researched and developed new technologies in egg freezing in an effort to replenish the populations of endangered species
  • Unfortunately – the National Zoo’s efforts in egg freezing ART to propagate rare species could not be funded
  • Since 1997 – the National Zoo’s research and ART in egg freezing was adopted and implemented for human beings by Dr. Zhang’s colleague and friend, Dr. Kawayama
  • From 1997 to today – 1200 babies are born every year using the medical marvel of modern egg freezing ART

Not Too Good to be True!

Dr. Zhang thought Dr. Kawayama’s use of the National Zoo’s research and egg freezing ART for humans was too good to be true – he was hesitant to believe it was possible.

What’s the good news? Dr. Zhang has successfully achieve healthy pregnancies and births of babies using cutting-edge egg freezing ART for over 20 years. Read an amazing story in Harper’s Bazaar that features how Dr. Zhang’s Division of Fertility Preservation has played a major role in informing women of their future family planning options.

  • Zhang was the first doctor in New York to achieve a live birth from egg freezing
  • Zhang was one of the first doctors in the U.S. to use the vitrification flash freezing method
  • Vitrification is a rapid freezing technique used to prevent the formation of damaging ice crystals between egg cells

Egg Freezing Pioneer and Expert

Based on amazing high pregnancy success rates using a woman’s frozen egg, Dr. Zhang believes that the process for freezing your eggs will be as easy as going to the gym! Stay tuned for more updates and personal egg freezing success stories from our happy patients.

It is important to work with a fertility specialist having the experience required to design a customized egg freezing plan for your needs. To schedule your consultation, click the icon below – or – call 212.969.7422.

Cutting-Edge Genetic Testing in Conjunction With IVF

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Non-Invasive Chromosomal Screening (NICS) is a cutting-edge genetic testing methodology used to evaluate the chromosomal status of an embryo culturing in vitro during the Blastocyst stage (5 to 6 days). The implementation of NICS genetic testing methodology marks a huge and truly a momentous achievement by Dr. John Zhang. NICS increases IVF and Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) pregnancy success rates by up to 30 percent.

Advantages of NICS Methodology

Cutting-edge NICS technology in conjunction with IVF detects most chromosomal abnormalities in embryos culturing in vitro without the need to remove cells by needle stick. NICS increases IVF and FET pregnancy success rates by up to 30%.

Advantages of NICS Procedure

  • Less embryo manipulation
  • Culture media is processed on site (no transportation concerns)
  • Avoids disruptive embryo biopsies which have been recently shown to increase the risk of pre-eclampsia and placental problems in pregnancy
  • Improved birth rates of healthy babies
  • Gender identification and selection

Candidates for NICS

  • Any woman desiring prenatal genetic screening to rule out Down’s Syndrome or other syndromes
  • Women desiring to lower the risk of a miscarriage
  • Recurrent pregnancy loss (2 or more miscarriages)
  • Recurrent implantation failure (multiple failed embryo transfers)

NICS Methodology

  • Oocyte – egg retrieval
  • ICSI – Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
  • Day 5 or 6 Blastocyst – development of embryo in vitro culture
  • Culture Medium Collection – no intrusion on embryo
  • NICS Sample Preparation
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • Result Reporting

NICS Outcome

NICS is an in vitro evaluation of the efficacy of a single-embryo transfer at the blastocyst stage (5 to 6 days development in vitro). NICS is the sequencing of free genomic DNA in the culture medium of individual blastocysts and obtaining chromosomal ploidy information.

When abnormal embryos detected using NICS, they are discarded. Only quality embryos are transferred to the mother’s uterus – or – frozen (cryopreserved) for future FETs.

  • NICS does not require an embryo biopsy (extraction of cells)
  • NICS is non-invasive procedure because a small sample of culture media surrounding the embryo is extracted for testing
  • NICS causes little to no stress on the embryo as it develops in vitro

NICS Can Increase IVF Pregnancy Success Rate Up To 30 Percent!

State-of-the-art genetics technologies have proven to increase IVF pregnancy rates. Through the medical marvel of NICS in conjunction with IVF, genetic and chromosomal abnormalities can be detected in embryos.

  • Only high quality embryos are transferred to the patient’s uterus
  • Only high quality embryos are cryopreserved for future FET procedures

Aging and Embryo Quality

As a woman advances in age, the chance for low quality embryos increases.

Low quality embryos result in:

  • Low pregnancy success rates
  • High miscarriage rates
  • High chance for birth defects

NICS Genetic Testing Methodology in Conjunction with IVF

Dr. John Zhang offers the highest IVF pregnancy rates and best overall patient satisfaction by successfully using NICS genetic testing methodology in conjunction with IVF. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. John Zhang – call 212.969.7422.

Compassionate LGBTQ Family Planning Doctor in NYC

52102476 - smiling gay couple with child at homeEvery person has the right to have a family of their own. This has been Dr. John Zhang’s mission statement since 2004 – the year he founded New Hope Fertility Center. Sexual orientation bias has no place in the practice of fertility.

LGBTQ Family Planning Options

Dr. Zhang is renowned worldwide for providing cutting-edge LGBTQ family planning options to his same-sex patients. The Doctor steadfastly pursues his mission of reducing the physical, emotional, and financial toll of every LGBTQ patient during their quest to have a baby.

  • No sexual orientation judgments
  • No gender or transgender bias
  • No personal or religious judgments
  • No judgments toward interracial couples
  • No judgments about marital status

Family Planning Options for Male Couples

Gestational Surrogacy – selecting and using donor eggs fertilized in vitro with the sperm from one of the partners

Gestational surrogacy can be used to achieve a pregnancy through IVF using:

  • Donor Eggs
  • Intended father’s sperm

Egg Donor Recipients – selecting and using donor eggs to accomplish gestational surrogacy

Family Planning Options for Female Couples

  • IUI – Intrauterine Insemination (artificial insemination) using donor sperm
  • IVF – In Vitro Fertilization using eggs from one partner and donor sperm

Cutting-Edge LGBTQ IVF Protocols

You can realize your dream of building a family through our cutting-edge reproductive technologies.

Donor Eggs and Sperm

Regardless of the gender combination of LGBTQ couples – or singles wanting to be a solo parent – the process of selecting donor eggs or donor sperm has been substantially streamlined for our patients’ ease.

We offer world class – yet affordable – support packages for the selection of donor eggs and donor sperm. Our donor program is extremely successful because we use the most cutting-edge cryopreservation and IVF technologies.

IUI Procedure

The most common fertility treatment for lesbian couples is IUI. Timed with induced ovulation, the patient is artificially inseminated with a highly concentrated amount of motile donor sperm. The IUI procedure is performed in the doctor’s office and requires no anesthesia.

  • The patient’s monthly cycle is regulated using oral medication
  • An oral fertility medication – typically Clomid or Femara – is then self-administered by the patient to stimulate multiple egg follicle production
  • The growth of egg follicles are monitored through regular vaginal ultrasound imaging and blood tests
  • Once the egg follicles have reached a mature stage, ovulation is induced using an injectable trigger medication – hCG – human chorionic gonadotropin
  • The ovulation of multiple eggs, timed with sperm insemination, increases the patient’s chances of pregnancy
  • A highly concentrated amount of motile donor sperm is inserted into the cervix using a very thin catheter – similar to a pap smear procedure
  • The patient is instructed to self-administer progesterone to thicken her uterine lining in preparation for embryo implantation between the IUI procedure and the pregnancy test
  • A pregnancy test is scheduled

Two IUI inseminations are performed between 12 and 36 hours after hCG administration to increase the patient’s chances of pregnancy.

IVF Procedure

One partner’s eggs are harvested for IVF using donor sperm. The other partner carries the pregnancy.

  • The partners’ cycles are regulated to coincide with one another
  • The partner producing the eggs self-administers fertility medications to stimulate multiple egg production
  • The growth and development of egg follicles are regularly monitored with pelvic ultrasounds and blood level hormone measurements
  • Once the egg follicles have matured, the patient self-administers an ovulation inducing medication – hCG
  • The eggs are surgically retrieved using a transvaginal ultrasound-guided aspiration tool
  • The eggs are fertilized in vitro with donor sperm using The ovulation of multiple eggs, timed with insemination, increases the patient’s chances of pregnancy ICSI – a single sperm is injected directly into one egg
  • All resulting embryos will culture in a controlled laboratory setting until they reach an optimum stage of development – up to 5 days
  • A high quality embryo is transferred to the carrier partner’s uterus via an insemination catheter – similar to a Pap smear procedure
  • The carrier partner is instructed to self-administer progesterone to thicken her uterine lining in preparation for embryo implantation between transfer and the pregnancy test
  • A pregnancy test is scheduled

Gestational Surrogacy Using Donor Eggs

Gestational Surrogacy – Using donor eggs to be fertilized with the sperm from one of the partners. The resulting embryo is transferred to a surrogate who will carry the baby.

Egg Donor Recipient Program – Acquiring donor eggs to accomplish gestational surrogacy.

Gestational surrogacy may be used to achieve a pregnancy and birth using a surrogate  mother.

  • Donor eggs
  • Intended father’s sperm

A surrogate match is selected by the Intended Parents through a leading agency specializing in gestational surrogacy – New Beginnings Surrogacy

  • Once the perfect surrogate match has been located, the surrogate’s cycle is regulated in preparation for embryo transfer timing
  • In sync with the surrogate’s cycle, the donor eggs are thawed and fertilized with the intended father’s sperm using ICSI
  • ICSI is a procedure in which a single sperm is injected directly into the donor’s eggs in a controlled laboratory environment
  • Once fertilization is achieved, the resulting embryos are monitored regularly for growth and development quality – up to 5 days
  • A quality embryo is transferred to the surrogate’s uterus
  • Excess quality embryos can be cryopreserved for future Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET) procedures

LGBTQ Family Planning Doctor in NYC

It is important to work with a fertility doctor having the research and clinical experience required to design a customized LGBTQ treatment plan meeting your personal and medical needs. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. John Zhang at New Hope Fertility Center – call 212.969.7422.

Discover Outcome-Based IVF Financing: IVF SURE™

The Bottom Line Pie Chart Revenue Money Breakdown Profit Words 3d IllustrationYou can reduce your financial stress by discovering our celebrated IVF SURE™ money-back guarantee program. IVF SURE™ is principled on outcome-based pricing to minimize the risk of your financial investment should IVF fail.

IVF SURE™ is Outcome-Based

No hidden IVF fees or costs. Our patients pay a fixed fee of $35,000 for three (3) IVF cycles. If a viable pregnancy is not achieve within a nine month period, you will receive an 80% refund of the fixed fee – not including medication costs.


  • Our MINI IVF™ protocol is gentle and effective
  • The latest IVF technology will be used to improve reproductive outcomes and closely monitor embryo development
  • Genetic Testing will be used to reduce the risk of miscarriage without increasing the number of embryos transferred
  • Embryos will be cryopreserved for later Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

Candidates for IVF SURE™

  • Women 38-years or younger
  • Women having a regular menstrual cycle
  • Women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  • IVF SURE™ fixed outcome-based pricing does not include the cost of surgically retrieving sperm and/or ICSI.

Outcome-Based IVF Financing

Dr. John Zhang’s outcome-based IVF finance expertise offers the highest pregnancy success rates and best overall patient satisfaction. To schedule your initial consultation Dr. John Zhang call 212.969.7422.

How Dr. Zhang Administers Precision IVF Fertility Medications

Couple in love.To gain the achievement of being a world-renowned fertility specialist – Dr. John Zhang has established an evidence-based record of precision fertility medication protocols. Look: Timing is of the essence when it comes to the administration of fertility medications during your IVF cycle. Bottom Line: Dr. Zhang has the expertise to know when your fertility medication regimens must be adjusted for an optimum IVF cycle outcome.

Should your IVF fertility medication regimen be:

  • Increased – or –
  • Decreased – or –
  • Stopped?

Fertility Medications and the Mini-IVF™

As reported by ABC News, the Mini-IVF™ is a newer and gentler IVF protocol. What’s the real story? As an alternative to Conventional IVF, the Mini-IVF™ has been successfully practiced for over a decade by Dr. John Zhang. As explained in an interview with ABC News, You only need one good-quality egg to achieve a live birth. With Mini-IVF™, you make very few eggs, but good quality eggs to achieve a pregnancy – Dr. John Zhang. The best part: This holistic IVF protocol is gentle on a woman’s body because patients follow a low-dose oral drug regimen during a fresh cycle – instead of the typical rigorous administration of daily hormone shots.

Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) vs. Femara (Letrozole)

The fertility drug clomiphene citrate – brand named Clomid – is an oral medication used to stimulate a woman’s monthly egg production and increase her chances of pregnancy. Ovulation of multiple eggs is timed with the insemination of a concentrated amount of sperm into the uterus via a woman’s cervix – similar to a Pap smear.

A 2015 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine tested and compared two common fertility drugs stimulating multiple egg production – Clomid v. Femara. Clomid achieved a birth rate of 23 percent, while Femara (generic Letrozole – an aromatase inhibitor) only 18 percent. The study found that Letrozole offered no advantages over Clomid treatment and increased the chance of multiple pregnancy by up to four times. The researchers concluded that Clomid is the most effective medication for stimulating ovaries and increasing the chances of a healthy pregnancy for couples with unexplained infertility.

Precision Administration of Fertility Medications

Your fertility doctor must have the education, training, and clinical experience to precisely determine how a fertility medication protocol must be administered for success. As a patient who is committed to investing your time and resources into getting pregnant, you must become well-informed about fertility medications. It can’t be emphasized enough. Every fertility drug is specifically designed for strategic administration during a woman’s IVF cycle. These medications are a very important component of the IVF cycle process and are determinative of pregnancy success.

Customized Fertility Care

It is important to work with a fertility doctor who has the experience to accurately prescribe and regulate fertility medications – regardless of the recommended treatment.

Proven IVF Fertility Medication Administration Expertise

It is important to work with a fertility doctor having the experience required to design a customized IVF treatment plan meeting your personal needs. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. John Zhang at New Hope Fertility Center – call  212.969.7422.

Free Ovarian Rejuvenation Social Thursday January 30th

Woman and pregnancy bellyMark your calendar to make sure you attend!

FREE OVARIAN REJUVENATION SOCIAL: Thursday, January 30th at 4 Columbus Circle – the New Hope Piano Lounge – from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

If you join us – you will be automatically entered in a lottery to win an Ozone Sauna Therapy session.

Women between the ages of 35 and 42 no longer have to be placed on the IVF fast-track. You have more fertility treatment options than ever before if you are a more mature woman. There is a new fertility treatment – Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy – helping women conceive past their reproductive prime years.

Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy

Today, older women can elect to receive Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy as a first-line measure for them to conceive quickly and cost-effectively. All older women – even menopausal women – have egg follicles in their ovaries. These eggs are dormant and don’t grow because their environment for development is not optimal. This occurs when a woman’s rigid ovarian wall pushes on follicles and keeps them dormant. When a woman is unable to ovulated, Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy can coax her ovaries into producing viable eggs for fertilization. At New Hope Fertility Center, fertility specialist – Dr. Zaher Merhi – has achieved phenomenal pregnancy success using Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy.

Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy may be recommended when:

  • A woman’s egg follicles cannot be seen on an ultrasound; or
  • A woman’s body is not responding to fertility medications administered during IVF

At New Hope Fertility Center, Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy is performed in a non-invasive manner compared to other techniques currently being used by other clinics.

Here, Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy is similar to an IVF egg retrieval procedure and is performed in office.

  • A woman’s ovaries are punctured multiple times transvaginally
  • Pressure on egg follicles is relieved from the rigid ovarian wall
  • Dormant eggs are revived and freed from follicles

Candidates for Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy

  • Women in their advanced maternal years – late 30s and over 40
  • Menopausal women
  • Peri-menopausal women
  • Women who have a low egg reserve and low Anti Mullerian (AMH) hormone levels
  • Women suffering from Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)
  • Women suffering from primary ovarian failure
  • Women with unexplained infertility
  • Women having multiple failed IVF treatments due to poor embryo quality

Pregnancy Success for Older Women

We welcome difficult patients – those previously diagnosed by other fertility specialists as hopelessly infertile.

  • No age restriction
  • No FSH level requirement
  • No requirement to produce multiple eggs per cycle

Ovarian Rejuvenation Expertise

It is important to work with a fertility doctor having the research and clinical experience required to design a fertility treatment plan meeting your personal and medical needs. To reserve your invite at our January 30th Ovarian Rejuvenation Social at New Hope Fertility Center – call 212.969.7422.

Get Pregnant in 2020 With Dr. Zhang’s New At-HOME IVF

Couple outdoor in winterYou can get pregnant in the comfort of your home with Dr. John Zhang’s new At-HOME IVF package to go. Self-administered oral fertility medications will stimulate your ovaries into producing multiple egg follicles. This is an individually designed IVF pick-up or deliverable package containing everything you need for an At-HOME IVF Cycle – including fertility medications.


  • Zero injections
  • Zero to minimal blood draws
  • Zero to minimal office monitoring visits
  • Lower treatment costs
  • No missed work
  • No pharmacy pick-ups
  • 24/7 personal assistance

At-HOME IVF is a patient-friendly protocol designed to eliminate the fear, pain, and anxiety experienced with injections and blood draws.

Candidates for At-HOME IVF

  • Women with regular menstrual cycles – regardless of age
  • Women diagnosed with PCOS having irregular menstrual cycles

At-HOME IVF Benefits

Patients are treated in a less-invasive manner.

  • No shots
  • No needles
  • No injections
  • No blood draws
  • Only one office visit to perform your surgical egg retrieval

At-HOME Fertility Medications

Depending on the woman’s medical needs, an oral fertility medication – typically Clomid and/or Letrozole – is prescribed to gently stimulate her ovaries into producing multiple eggs. Synarel is administered nasally for 3 days at the beginning of the cycle and then again 36 hours prior to surgical egg retrieval to trigger ovulation.

  • Clomid and/or Femara to stimulate egg production
  • Synarel to trigger ovulation
  • Oral progesterone tablets
  • Vaginal progesterone suppositories

One Good Egg Policy

Customized IVF care is the best. Remember: It only takes one good egg and one healthy sperm to make a baby. Our focus is to help you produce good quality eggs during a fresh IVF cycle – not a high quantity of eggs using large doses of injectable fertility medications.

High Tech IVF Laboratory

Our goal is to maximize every patient’s chances of having a successful pregnancy. At New Hope Fertility Center, we offer the latest:

  • IVF technology
  • IVF ingenuity
  • IVF customization

Our IVF laboratory is comprised of a powerful air filtration system to facilitate the best conditions for success of procedures and research. We have one of the largest and most powerful air filtration systems in the world. This quality air filtration system provides optimal clean air pressure in every laboratory process.

At HOME IVF Expertise

It is important to work with an IVF expert having the cutting-edge technology and clinical experience required to design a customized treatment plan meeting your financial and medical needs. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. John Zhang at New Hope Fertility Center – call 212.969.7422.

IVF Pregnancy Success Patient Testimonial – Pregnant at 42

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IVF Hope Finds A Way!

My IVF journey began when I was 39. I had five IVF failures (5) at three different fertility clinics in NYC before I came to New Hope Fertility Center. At my former clinics I was given high doses of drugs and produced many egg follicles. However, shortly after fertilization most of the embryos would arrest and the ones transferred to my uterus would not implant. I was diagnosed as hopelessly infertile.

At 41 – discouraged and feeling hopeless – I came across New Hope and was intrigued by their mission of treating difficult patients. I met with Dr. Zhang and immediately felt comfortable and hopeful again. Dr. Zhang reviewed my records of previous IVF attempts and designed a different protocol for me. Unlike other clinics, New Hope has a customized regimen for each patient. They do not use a cookie-cutter approach.

Dr. Zhang and my fertility care team found the IVF regimen that worked best for me. I was given less drugs and then my embryos were frozen. At age 42, I had a successful frozen embryo transfer during my natural cycle. My husband and I now have a beautiful baby boy.

Customized IVF Treatment Plans

It is important to work with a fertility doctor having the research and clinical experience required to design a customized IVF treatment plan meeting your personal and medical needs. Click the icon below – or – call 212.969.7422 to schedule your initial consultation.

Tonight! Free Egg Freezing Social in New Hope’s Piano Lounge

Alcoholic drink in glass on the pianoMake sure you attend tonight’s FREE Wine Piano & Egg Freezing Social in the New Hope Piano Bar with wine hosted by Jennifer Kulp-Makarov, MD, FACOG.

Click here to register your free attendance and reserve your complimentary raffle ticket.

  • Wednesday, January 15th 2020
  • The New Hope Piano Lounge – 4 Columbus Circle
  • 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

As our guest, you will receive a complimentary raffle ticket for a chance to win a free egg freezing cycle.

FREE Wine Piano & Egg Freezing Social

Dr. Makarov is a Board Certified OB/GYN, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist (REI) who will present informative egg freezing facts.

  • Why you should consider freezing your quality eggs for the future
  • Everything you need to know about the egg freezing process
  • How you can freeze your eggs with NO INJECTIONS

Why do we offer free egg freezing social events? Because every woman needs more information and realistic data about preserving her future ability to have biologically-related children.

Our January 15th egg freezing social will cover:

  • What is egg freezing?
  • How is egg freezing done?
  • How to choose the best IVF center to freeze your eggs.
  • How many eggs do you need to freeze?
  • What is the cost of egg freezing?
  • What should you know before deciding to freeze your eggs?

Egg Freezing Social Event Financial Benefits

When you sign up for an egg freezing consultation at one of our monthly events, you will receive:

  • A free consultation worth $500 – plus an ultrasound
  • 6 months of free oocyte (egg) cryopreservation valued at $600 or more
  • A medication discount from Ferring Pharmaceuticals for women who qualify

Needle-Free IVF Egg Freezing

Injectable fertility medications are no longer required to undergo IVF. Our Needle-Free IVF protocol prescribes non-injection fertility medications. All fertility medications are self-administered orally and nasally. The patient’s hormone levels are monitored through saliva and urine tests. No daily injections or blood draws.

Egg Freezing Candidates

Women who are:

  • Focused on present-day education and career opportunities
  • Not planning on getting pregnant during their prime reproductive years
  • Not able to find their life partner
  • Facing cancer treatment – chemo or radiation
  • Planning on undergoing IVF and are likely to produce multiple eggs, but have ethical or religious concerns over freezing embryos

Needle-Free IVF Egg Freezing

You no longer need to face injecting fertility medications when undergoing IVF. Our Needle-Free IVF protocol prescribes non-injection fertility medications. All fertility medications are self-administered orally and nasally. The patient’s hormone levels are monitored through saliva and urine tests. No daily injections or blood draws.

Pregnancy Success Rates

Pregnancy success rates using frozen eggs are comparable to those using a fresh egg. Successfully increasing IVF Pregnancy Success Rates requires all-encompassing fertility care. At New Hope Fertility Center, we have comprised a team of World Class Fertility Specialists who are committed to working in tandem to bring every patient tomorrow’s cutting-edge IVF treatment – today.

Egg Freezing Expertise

To reserve your invite at tonight’s FREE Egg Freezing Social at the New Hope Piano Lounge CLICK HERE – or – call 212.969.7422.