Tag: IVF delivery rates

How does the RMA CareShare IVF Refund Program Work?

At the core our RMANJ’s CareShare program is a proven infertility treatment system that has generated IVF success rates well over the US average for more than a decade. Still, not every patient experiences success in the same way. The CareShare program was designed to help reduce the financial stress and worry that many of […]

Happy Birthday Louise Brown

The world’s first birth after in vitro fertilization (IVF) turned 38 years old this past Monday– Louise Brown was born at Oldham General Hospital in England on July, 25 1978. Making it a family affair, her sister Natalie Brown was born four years later and was the world’s fortieth IVF baby. These “medical miracles” were […]

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.   […]

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 […]

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 […]

Top 5 Tips to maximize your odds for getting pregnant

How often should couples have intercourse – every day? More? Less? Many of those high school sex-ed classes made you think getting pregnant was easy but by the time you’re in your early 30’s only about 20% of healthy couples will get pregnant in any given month.  If you have regular cycles you should have […]

Not Your Mother’s IVF: Making Fertility Care Safer and Successful

As seen on HuffingtonPost.com/Parents “Not Your Mother’s IVF: Making Fertility Care Safer and Successful” Over the past 25 years, IVF — the technology, the science, the success rates, the process — has dramatically changed. Yet physicians and patients who are facing infertility are not letting go of older techniques and are often taking on unnecessary risks […]

What you don’t know about Infertility Treatment

As science and medicine continue to advance, stories in the media perpetuate myths and misconceptions about exactly what fertility treatments can and can’t do. Information is power and essential to helping every patient be as successful as possible. Here are some fundamentals about infertility care that every one should know. Don’t wait. Get answers. Dr. […]

What NJ Teachers Facing Infertility Need to Know

We all know the integral role teacher’s play in the lives of children and we hope to leave a positive and lasting impression on them throughout their lives. Being a teacher takes patience, commitment, creativity and a true love of children. Unfortunately, for some of us, having our own children isn’t that easy. But for […]

Frozen Donor Eggs vs. Fresh – which option is best for you?

In the last few days, much has been written about the lower success rates of using frozen donor eggs over fresh.  It is not surprising that fresh eggs have a significantly higher success rate.  Our group at RMANJ published a study on this several years ago looking at sibling oocytes from the same woman.  We […]