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FSH vs. AMH vs. AFC

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Testing ovarian reserve - the quality and quantity of a woman’s eggs - can help you decide whether you should consider pregnancy sooner rather than later, if you should freeze your eggs, or whether fertility treatment may be successful. There are three tests that doctors use to predict ovarian reserve: FSH, AMH, and AFC.

What Are the Benefits of Frozen Embryo Transfer?

Dr. Elizabeth Fino from NYU Fertility Center discusses the benefits of doing a Frozen Embryo Transfer. Dr. Fino talks about the success that has been seen with performing a Frozen Embryo Transfer.

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Can You Walk Me Through the Egg Freezing Process?

Dr. Brooke Hodes-Wertz of NYU Fertility Center discusses the process of egg freezing. She discusses everything that is required to successfully freeze your eggs.

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What are the Pros and Cons of Egg Freezing?

Dr. Brooke Hodes-Wertz from NYU Fertility Center discusses the pros and cons of egg freezing. When a woman is considering freezing her eggs, Dr. Hodes-Wertz explains both the pros and cons to the woman.

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How Does Age Impact Egg Freezing?

from NYU Fertility Center discusses the impact that your age has on your eggs. This also has an impact on freezing your eggs.

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How to Prepare for Semen Collection

A blog by Dr. John Zhang, New Hope Fertility, November 3, 2015

Semen collection is an important part of the fertility treatment process. Prior to beginning treatment, semen must be analyzed to evaluate a man’s fertility. During fertility treatment, semen is collected in order to fertilize eggs. Prior to fertility treatment, many men may not know what to expect during the process. There are several things you should know before preparing for a semen collection.

Examining Single Embryo Transfers

A blog by Dr. John Zhang, New Hope Fertility, October 6, 2015
Traditionally, IVF carried a substantial risk of having twins due to transferring multiple embryos. It was believed that transferring multiple embryos increased the odds of becoming pregnant. Today's research has debunked those myths. Transferring multiple embryos does not increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant. What it does increase is the risk of having twins if pregnancy does occur.

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