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  • Pregnancy in your 40s- how realistic is it?: Princeton IVF blog The media shows plenty of Hollywood stars having babies in their 40s, but are they telling the whole story?For many it is exciting to hear about the celebrities they adore having babies. Like many women in the society at large, many celebrities have chosen to delay having children for a variety of reasons. It should come at surprise...

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  • Living near a highway and IVF pregnancy rates: Princeton IVF blog Living in a high traffic area may hurt your chances for success with IVFResearch from Harvard presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine suggests that women with a higher exposure to automotive traffic have lower IVF success rates than other women.The researchers looked at 660 IVF cycles done...

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  • When is it time to stop IVF: Princeton IVF blog Any couple who has gone through IVF knows what a rough and wild ride it can be, both physically and emotionally. For that reason, many couples give up on IVF early on, perhaps too early.Why do women drop out of IVF treatment?The reasons why women quite IVF are usually financial, when their insurance coverage or access to funds to pay for treatment...

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  • It may be possible to ovulate without a period.For many couples suffering from infertility, the treatment journey starts with Clomid (clomiphene). These fertility pills help to stimulate ovulation, and when used properly, are safe and effective as a first line treatment for many couples.One of the more frustrating parts of about taking Clomid is having to wait for a menstrual period to start the...

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  • Research suggests that women with infertility may be at higher risk for health problems in the futureAs a fertility specialist, I hear this all the time. I am healthy and take good care of myself, so there should be no reason I am not be getting pregnant. Naturally, we go on to discuss how one's fertility can be quite separate...

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  • Many women stop all alcohol when starting to attempt pregnancy, but does it really help?Probably not. Research suggests that moderate alcohol intake will likely not harm your fertility.Before we go any further, this means prior to pregnancy. No one including your doctor or midwife can reassure you that alcohol is safe to take ...

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  • Live birth after uterine transplant: Princeton IVF blog 
 Doctors at Baylor University deliver the first US baby born following uterine transplantationA few years back, doctors in Sweden performed the first successful uterine transplant. Several academic fertility centers in the US have tried to replicate this here, and doctors at Baylor announced they were the first to do so.Why would one want t...

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  • A gestational carrier with twins finds out one of the twins she was carrying was her ownSurrogate mom gives birth  to twins boys, but one only was from her IVF cycle, the others was her own.How is that possible?When a couple uses a gestational carrier (what most people think of a surrogacy), embryos are produced from the eggs from the intended mother and sperm from the intended father. Sometimes ...

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  • Is treating infertility a crime?: Princeton IVF blog 
Irish government proposes draconian new regulations of IVF treatments Fertility treatments, particularly IVF have been subject to strict government regulations around the world, but has the Irish governm...

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  • The first IVF baby Louise Brown was conceived near Cambridge, England over 3 decades ago...Now it turns out that National Health Service in Cambridgeshire will no longer cover IVF treatment in the place where it all began.It is sad but true according the BBC...The UK with its single payer government health system, like all oth...

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  • Blood test may not predict future fertility: Princeton IVF blog 
 Fertility specialists (and obgyns) get this question all the time.How can I know when my fertility will run out?Many fertility doctors have recommended checking a test called AMH to see wheth...

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  • Many couples with unsuccessful IVFs get pregnant on their own 
 IVF treatment can be incredibly stressful, even when it is successful. Imagine how difficult IVF can be when it is not? That is likely why so many couples give up after an unsuccessful IVF cycl...

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  • Dr. Seth Derman- a top fertility doctor in NJ Dr Derman named to the top doctor list once again for 2017The medical director at Princeton IVF and a Reproductive Endocrinologist at Delaware Valley OBGYN and Infertility, Dr. Seth Derman has been named one of...

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  • An unsuccessful IVF cycle can be downright devastating to couples going through fertility treatments, particularly when the cycle results in a miscarriage. Between the guilt, the disappointment and the "if I only had's," many couples leave the experience totally devastated.  But are those concerns really warranted?Probably not...

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Trying IUI before IVF

  • A new study suggests a few months of IUI might work just as well.No surprises here. We have been advising our patients to consider intrauterine insemination (IUI) as an alternative to IVF for years.A recent study again confirms the that IUI is a reasonable approach to treating infertility. Researchers in New Zealand found that...

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  • New Jersey fertility coverage mandate expanded: Princeton IVF Governor Christie signs updated NJ fertility mandate At least in the past, New Jersey has had among the most generous insurance coverage for infert...

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Noise and fertility

  • Traffic noise may increase time to conceive: Princeton IVF blog Could a noisy neighborhood be making it harder to get pregnant? A study from Denmark suggests that it may have some impact.The researcher looked at 65,000 Danish women who delivered between 199...

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  • Designer babies and gene editing: fiction, science fiction or both: Princeton IVF blog A recent report from Oregon describes how researchers edited the genes in a human embryo.To many of us, myself included, it sounds a bit scary.An article in the NY times...

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  • First state mandates egg freezing insurance coverage: Princeton IVF blog First state requires fertility preservation coverage from insurers What is fertility preservation?It refers to obtaining, freezing and storing eggs, sperm or embryos for future use. Wh...

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Sperm selfies?

  • Testing for male fertility on your smartphone: Princeton IVF blog Could your smartphone replace a semen analysis?  Can this device replace a semen analysis with your doctor? Maybe in the future.Based on research from Harvard University, engineers have devel...

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  • AMA agrees Infertility is a diesase: Princeton IVF blog It's official now. Infertility is now what we know it has been for years, a disease, not a problem or an inconvenience.At the encouragement of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Ameri...

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  • Sperm counts are declining across the west: Princeton IVF blog A recent publication suggests that sperm counts may be declining all across the western world It is been all over the news lately.  Some in the media have even suggested this may bring our doom ...

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  • If either partner is overweight, it can harm your fertilityIt has been know for for years that women who are overweight have a lower chance for success for IVF, and most fertility specialists encourage their patients who are overweight, to lose weight if possible, before treatment. So, the next logical questions is this: Does ...

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  • Governor Christie signs updated NJ fertility mandate At least in the past, New Jersey has had among the most generous insurance coverage for infertility treatment in the US. The legal mandate for this, the New ...

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  • In Vitro Fertilization US reaches a new record. The one millionth IVF baby was born in the United States in 2016 This year, the Society for Assisted Reproductive Tec...

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  • How long to does it take to be diagnosed polycystic ovarian syndrome?Apparently a lot longer than you might expect...A recent study from University of Pennsylvania suggests that women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome may not receive the proper diagnosis for years.Women across the US and Europe were surveyed and this is what th...

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