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A blog by Neway Fertility, October 21, 2014
Infertility is a silent disease that affects both men and women. Did you know that one third of all infertility cases involve solely the male partner? When a couple first encounters signs of infertility it is important to speak with your doctor. Once meeting with your doctor, they can begin researching potential problems. Male testing is generally non-invasive and faster which can provide quicker insight into the causes of the infertility problems a couple may be having.
a blog by Maya Moskin, October 17, 2014
My husband Noah and I have learned a lot during our four years dealing with infertility and various treatments, and I can honestly say our relationship is stronger and our communication is better for it. But that doesn’t mean it was always an easy road. When two people are frustrated, confused, and broke and asked to make some pretty big sacrifices for a chance at having a family, it can be really challenging. Add a violent cocktail of hormones to one of those two people and you’ve got yourself a potential disaster. Here are a few things Noah and I did to whether the storm so we could come out the other side still smiling, and still holding hands.
A blog by Dr. Matthew Wosnitzer
October 15, 2014
Obesity's effects on male infertility may include reduced sperm concentration or count, abnormal motility or morphology, and/or impaired DNA integrity
A blog by Neway Fertility, October 7, 2014
The practice of freezing eggs has been getting more popular among women looking to free themselves from the restraints of biology and preserve their fertility.
Hi everyone! Dr. DiMattina here to provide you with the latest information regarding Natural Cycle IVF (NCIVF) compared with stimulated cycle IVF. New evidence shows Natural Cycle IVF is an effective treatment especially in older patients and those patients with decreased ovarian reserve.
A blog by Megan Swanek, August 12, 2014
All of us who are trying to conceive have entered the two week. Whether you are trying naturally, doing IUIs or IVF, the waiting period can be agonizing. Relaxing and staying positive is much easier said than done when time is at a stand-still and the hope of a positive beta test is the only thing on your mind.
I recently went through my second two week wait (2ww) and want to share some things with you that helped me.
a blog by Marta Montenegro, MS, CSCS, SFN, NSCA-CPT, October 1, 2014
Can probiotics increase your fertility? It may be!
Those extra pounds around your middle may not only upset you when trying to fit into your favorite jeans, but they also may be upsetting your motherhood dreams. We now know that the extra fat is not just excess tissue sitting harmless around your belly, but rather active tissues that release inflammatory compounds that may contribute to ovulation irregularities.
A blog by Neway Fertility, September 30, 2014
If you are having problems conceiving, you’re not alone; about one in every seven couples has difficulty getting pregnant and there’s a number of reasons why. While IVF may be the most common treatment for infertility, it isn’t always the best or most cost effective solution. Below find some of the most common causes of infertility, along with possible treatments.