July 21, 2016

Is The CareShare 100% IVF Refund Program Right For You?

RMA’s new 100% financial guarantee program, CareShare, offers patients the opportunity of multiple IVF cycles for a single package price. Guaranteeing enrolled patients a live birth or 100% refund of their program fees paid if unsuccessful, helping them to pursue other family building options. Sounds great, right? A program designed to share in the financial risk with the [Read more]

July 14, 2016

Response to recent study “Mitochondrial DNA levels as a marker of embryo viability in IVF”

Recent research into embryo assessment techniques, including data presented at ESHRE this year [Mitochondrial DNA levels as a marker of embryo viability in IVF], suggest that mitochondrial DNA content in the embryo may be predictive of its ability to produce a live birth.  However, these studies compared outcomes between patients, which is not how the [Read more]

July 13, 2016

What is the RMANJ CareShare Program?

The RMANJ CareShare Program is a 100% financial guarantee program that offers the opportunity for multiple IVF cycles for a single package price. If after all allowed attempts have been exhausted and there is no live birth and no birth certificate issued, enrolled patients will receive a 100% refund of their program fees paid.   [Read more]

July 7, 2016

Why offer a 100% IVF Refund Program?

We realize many of our infertility patients experience financial stress, risks, and anxiety in order to build their families. RMA’s CareShare 100% IVF Refund Program is aimed to help ease some of the financial burden by guaranteeing the delivery of healthy baby. “It is our shared goal to help our patients have healthy babies, but we know that [Read more]

June 30, 2016

Family Planning Options for LGBT Couples

For some in the LGBT community, determining how they can start or even grow their families with the help of fertility experts is a process sometimes fraught with obstacles. I’m happy to say that in my nearly 30 years as a fertility doctor, third-party reproductive options have come a long way. And my colleagues and I [Read more]

June 20, 2016

Where to Start When Diagnosed with Infertility

My mother was a teacher and instilled in me a deep-rooted commitment to educate and help others, which I suppose explains my military service as well as my professional calling as a reproductive endocrinologist for more than 20 years. I see hopeful parents every day at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey from Newcastle, England to New [Read more]

June 16, 2016

World Health Organization (WHO) Update – Zika Virus

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently posted an interim guidance update for the prevention of sexual transmission of the Zika Virus. Here are some highlights from their release on May 30,2016: 2. Sexual transmission of Zika virus 2.1.3 Presence of the virus in semen In 2016 two studies reported the presence of Zika virus in [Read more]

June 2, 2016

The Microbiome in Human Reproduction – Podcast

The human microbiome has been termed the “second human genome” and it appears every bit as complex. The microbiome in human reproduction impacts both the reproductive tract and gametogenesis. Recent data have furthered our understanding of the microbiome, the biofilms it creates, and its impact of health and disease in human reproduction. Listen to Dr. [Read more]

May 25, 2016

Knowledge Is Power When It Comes to Infertility

Even in an era with many scientific and clinical advancements, myths and misconceptions continue to persist about infertility and assisted fertility treatments. In an effort to better educate members of the general public – especially those who are trying to successfully get pregnant and deliver a healthy baby — Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey [Read more]

April 21, 2016

Trends In Infertility 2016 | Survey And Report

ABOUT RMANJ’S 2016 TRENDS IN INFERTILITY Life moves fast. This is a frequent discussion that doctors at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) have with their patients. The younger generations are spending their 20’s getting their education and their 30’s working on their careers and traveling; before they know it, they are in their late [Read more]