Today, many couples do not address the subject of parenthood until much later in their lives. Schooling and career paths seem to take priority for many 20-30 year old men and women, but the reality is that female fertility begins to decrease at age 30 and for some even sooner. Dr. Marcy Maguire with RMANJ […]
Next week, more than 8,000 experts in reproductive medicine from across the country and around the world will gather in San Antonio, Texas, to hear the latest advancements in treating infertility – more than 40 of them authored by RMANJ and IVI-RMA Global doctors. Starting on Saturday, November 28th, and concluding on November 1st, the […]
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association APPLAUDS NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR CHRISTIE FOR EXPANDING FERTILITY COVERAGE IN NEW JERSEY Source: Resolve.Org (May 2, 2017, McLean, VA) RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association applauds New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for signing into law legislation to increase fertility coverage for New Jersey families. The new law expands the current infertility insurance […]
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder in which the ovaries produce excessive amounts of male hormones and develop small cysts. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is causes by hormonal imbalances that prevent ovulation. Your body produces too much of some hormones and not enough of others. Women who are diagnoses with PCOS usually have low levels […]
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 […]
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 30’s or early 40’s and struggling to have a family. However, this doesn’t need to be the case. The new technologies available today allow for family planning to be done on their own time, they just need to know their options and plan ahead.
With nearly 7 million men and women facing infertility, we need to better understand how to reach individuals and how and where conversations around fertility are taking place. Unfortunately, our research has found that fertility conversations aren’t even started until it’s much too late. In fact, our findings show that only one in four women have ever spoken to their OB/GYN about fertility. As the oldest of the Millennial generation are already entering their mid-30’s, it is critical that these conversations start earlier and happen more frequently in order to be able to have children when they are ready.
Last year’s report, Infertility in America, outlined many common misconceptions about assisted reproductive technology (ART) that we have been working to overcome. In this year’s report: 2016 Trends in Infertility, we dive deeper into what people do and don’t know about fertility preservation, what their options are, and how open they are to using new technologies to assist in having a family. We also explore topics such as the impact of implanting one vs. multiple embryos, genetic testing, and the importance of success rates.
With these new insights and information, RMANJ will continue to work with other industry professionals to help ensure that we are working together to dispel myths and educate patients. We hope to provide them with the resources to make healthy decisions about their future and their options to ensure they can experience the joys of parenthood – on their own timeline.
When looking across all age groups, the odds of having a multiple gestation pregnancy through IVF is roughly 30 percent, with the large majority of those being twin pregnancies. Your odds are primarily based on the number of embryos transferred and the patient’s age. Traditionally, to overcome lower rates of implantation from an individual embryo, […]
Please notify your RMANJ physician or nurse if you or your partner have recently traveled outside of the US or are planning to. If you are currently pregnant or undergoing treatment we strongly advise you not to travel to countries where the Zika virus has been reported. Visit for the following site for an up-to-date […]
The spread of the Zika virus internationally is causing great concern. The World Health Organization has declared it a global health emergency. Check out what Dr. Marcy Maguire from Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey and Christine Gorman from Scientific American Editor has to share on the Zika virus and what it means for your family with Pix11 […]
2016! It’s a New Year and great time to make resolutions that will help you achieve goals for your future. Goals are very different from person to person – losing a few unwanted pounds, saving more money, traveling more, or getting that promotion at the office to name a few. While you know you want […]