The team at RMANJ is highly experienced at coordinating the full spectrum of fertility treatment services in NJ needed for parents to realize their dream of having a baby. Many options exist but choices are extremely personal. Our third party team of fertility physicians, nurses, and counselors can help you reach the decision that is the most comfortable for you.
Egg donation is a process in which the eggs of a young, healthy woman (donor) are combined with sperm in the laboratory via in-vitro fertilization (IVF). The resulting embryos are transferred to the uterus of the recipient. Women who participate in RMANJ’s Ovatures Egg Donation Program as anonymous donors are between the ages of 21 to 31. All donors must undergo an extensive screening process using standards established by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Thanks to egg donation, many women can overcome ovary function or egg production issues to experience the joy of pregnancy and childbirth with our fertility treatment in NJ.Learn more about Ovum Recipient
A gestational carrier is a woman who carries a pregnancy for someone else. It is important to note that she does not provide any genetic contribution to the pregnancy. A physician must first determine that this treatment is appropriate for the carrier. Our fertility doctors’ team approach helps to ensure that every stage of this process is coordinated with the highest levels of medical expertise and patient support.
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Therapeutic donor sperm insemination (TDI) is an excellent option of fertility treatment for couples in which the male partner suffers from an absence of sperm, single women pursuing conception or lesbian couples seeking to start a family. Recipients are able to screen the backgrounds of all potential donors and select the one that is right for them.
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