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Choosing a Fertility Clinic in the Northern New Jersey Area
There are 12 fertility clinics in the northern part of New Jersey, and an additional nine fertility clinics in other parts of New Jersey. Some programs like the Institute for Reproductive Medicine have satellite facilities in various New Jersey areas. Northern New Jersey has both freestanding clinics and programs associated with medical centers.
Northern New Jersey Fertility Clinic Options
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of all fertility doctors (reproductive endocrinologists — RE) throughout the Northern New Jersey area. Simply type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of every page on the website. And if you make an appointment, tell the doctor we sent you.
What to Look for When Choosing an Infertility Clinic
Many people use clinic success rates to select a fertility clinic. Every three years the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Report; the most recent report was released in 2007. It includes a list of all the fertility clinics across the country and highlights their success rates and infertility treatment procedures. Review this material closely and focus on the success rates for women your age using your specific treatment procedure, such as donor egg or IVF. Follow this link for northern New Jersey fertility clinic success rates published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (CDC) If you need additional information contact a doctor at the clinic you are considering and arrange an appointment. Ask for physicians who specialize in the type of infertility treatment you need.
Your chance of success in family building is increased with the right team of infertility specialists working at your fertility clinic. The staff consists of doctors, nurses, embryologists, laboratory and ultrasound technicians, counselors, and financial experts.
Consider spending time at each clinic you are interested in. Bring your partner and meet with the doctor. Discuss the treatment philosophy of the clinic and staff. Watch the atmosphere in the office and how staff relates to each other and to patients. Utilize your network of friends and family to find out their clinic experiences and integrate all of the information in your decision making process.
For many people undergoing infertility treatment frequent weekly trips to the fertility clinic may be needed. Consider geographical distance as a factor when choosing a clinic. Ask about satellite clinic programs that may be more convenient to use.