April 8, 2014

Dr. Nathan Treff of RMANJ on Improving IVF

Recently our Director of Molecular Biology, Dr. Nathan Treff was interviewed by Research Media.EU for a piece on Improving IVF by a well known international publication, International Innovation.  Here’s a sneak-peak of the publication- [Read more]

April 2, 2014

Free Fertility Checklist in Honor of National Infertility Awareness Week 2014

National Infertility Awareness Week begins April 20th, you might be surprised to learn that over 7-million women and men in the US are directly affected by infertility.  That’s about 12% of the reproductive-age population. Hopeful parents today have a host of treatment options available to them now more than ever.  In-vitro fertilization or IVF has [Read more]

March 25, 2014

Decreasing the Twin Epidemic in Infertility

Dr. Richard Scott recently was invited to speak with Good Morning American (GMA) about infertility’s ‘Twin Epidemic’.  Fertility doctors at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey are working hard to decrease the ‘Twin Epidemic’ that stems from fertility treatment. [Read more]

March 20, 2014

Comprehensive Chromosomal Screening: What Every IVF Nurse Should Know

Over 20 years have passed and, while earlier PGD tests were problematic, marked improvements have been made in the methodology, with better outcomes. Currently, the most popular technique is CCS, which tests all 23 pairs of chromosomes. In fact, the name PGD is often replaced with comprehensive chromosomal screening (CCS). With the availability of preimplantation [Read more]

March 11, 2014

Fertility doctors aim to lower rate of multiple births

In this photograph taken Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, Ken Ernst, left, and his wife Abigail Ernst, right, pose for The Associated Press with their 2-month-old daughter, Lucy, in their Oldwick, N.J. home. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) Meet the Ernst’s, the New Jersey couple who had their daughter Lucy using a single embryo, has eight more frozen [Read more]

March 6, 2014

Dr. Eric Forman Says Single Embryo Transfers Have Higher Success Rates

Dr. Eric Forman recently visited NJTV News studio in Montclair, NJ to speak on the importance of Single Embryo Transfers to avoid the risk of multiple gestation births.  Research from Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) has shown doctors don’t need to use multiple embryos for a successful IVF pregnancy. Dr. Eric Forman say… [Read more]

February 28, 2014

RMANJ Recognized as a Center of Nursing Excellence in Infertility

Congratulations to the RMANJ Nursing Team for being recognized as a Center of Nursing Excellence! Recognition as a Center of Nursing Excellence is awarded to just a few programs every three years by the Executive Board of the Nurses’ Professional Group with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).  It’s a prestigious honor showing not [Read more]

February 27, 2014

3 Things to Know About Eating Disorders and Fertility

Women who are ready to tackle the task of motherhood often try to implement healthy behaviors before they even try to get pregnant.  Eating right, exercising and popping prenatal vitamins are often at the top of the to-do list.  But now experts say some women should add one more item to the agenda: Getting help [Read more]

February 25, 2014

The Co$t of In Vitro Fertilization and Infertility

I am fortunate enough to work in a really great infertility practice. Our group has a large research division and remains committed to pushing the envelope and setting the standards for infertility treatment. There are always research studies available to our patients which usually allow them to participate in treatments designed to improve their chances [Read more]

February 18, 2014

Do Celebrities Have Golden Eggs?

Several months ago, I was in the midst of an egg donor consult with a couple in their 40’s, and we started talking about celebrities having babies in their mid- to late-forties. I asked the female partner if she believed the fabulously beautiful 47-year-old movie star who was recently in the news, used her own [Read more]