All the doctors at New Hope Fertility Center and patients hope that everyone would have a good result from their treatments, and we are all looking forward to be able to help many couples and women achieve their dream of being a parent.
According to research, the miscarriage rate increases as a woman gets older. Women who are undergoing IVF treatment can benefit from Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS). PGS evaluates an embryo to determine if it has the correct number of chromosomes. Having too many or too few chromosomes is evidence of a genetic defect. This test does not look for specific diseases, rather it aims to identify embryos that have an abnormal number of chromosomes. As a woman ages, the chance of her having embryos with an abnormal number of chromosomes rises.
You can LOOK YOUNGER. You can FEEL YOUNGER. Are you prepared to actually be able to REVERSE THE AGING PROCESS of your fertility?
New Hope Fertility Center in NYC is actually cutting the edge of technology and turning science fiction into SCIENCE FACT! Years ahead of his time, Dr. John Zhang introduced Egg Freezing at New Hope in 2004, making New Hope Fertility Center the first fertility clinic in the United States to offer Egg Freezing and Vitrification.
Should you consider DHEA?
A few words about an exciting new protocol.
Hi, everyone. One of the hottest topics in IVF treatment right now is the use of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) for patients who respond poorly to controlled ovarian stimulation. Up to 1 in 4 IVF cycles are characterized by poor ovarian response. “Poor responders,” as they’re known, suffer from Diminished Ovarian Reserve resulting in fewer oocytes and decreased rates of pregnancy.
Hello everyone, I am writing at this time to further elaborate on some of the comments I received from my last post. Hope the adjacent text answers all your questions and takes our debate to new subjects. I truly love and appreciate all your feedback.
Hello everyone. I’m hoping to start making this blog a little bit more interactive and put some things out here for comments and debate. I’m encouraging everyone who stops by to leave a comment, question, or any other kind of feedback. I would love to hear from you!
One of the first hot topics that I wanted to post about are Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) and Time-Lapse monitoring via Embryoscope. I recently co-authored a pilot study that indicated that implantation and ongoing pregnancy rates improve when time-lapse monitoring is combined with aCGH in IVF patients undergoing preimplantation genetic screening.Read more: Dr. Zhang’s October Pick of the Month