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Infertility In America 2015 | Infographic

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Safety in Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET)

At birth, a woman will have all the eggs she will ever have in her lifetime, nearly 1-million. But by the time she’s in her early 30’s her pool of eggs has decreased substantially to less than half that. A secondary challenge for women is one of egg quality; by the time a women is […]

What’s Important to Consider When Searching for a Fertility Center?

There are nearly 400 IVF programs in the US Today.  But not all IVF programs and fertility treatments provide the same results, so choosing the right one is important.  While the US average IVF delivery for a patient under 35 years old is about 40%, there are many individual IVF programs that have generated IVF […]

Signs That It’s Time To Talk To A Fertility Specialist

Over seven million men and women in the US are equally impacted by infertility. That’s about 12% of the reproductive age population.  If you or someone you know is having trouble getting pregnant or staying pregnant, you are not alone.   Here’s a helpful tool to help you better understand the signs of infertility.  If […]

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 […]

NATIONAL INFERTILITY AWARENESS WEEK – APRIL 21ST – 27TH 2013

So, how many times has someone said to you, “Just relax. When you can finally relax, I’m sure you’ll get pregnant!” Too many, I’m sure! That’s because people really don’t understand infertility. And that’s why RESOLVE developed National Infertility Awareness Week 24 years ago. Each year they focus on a different theme, with this year’s being ‘Join the Movement’

National Infertility Awareness Week 2013 – Join the Movement!

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey and RESOLVE are working to improve the lives of women and men living infertility. It is important to address this public health issue by providing community to those women and men, connecting them with others who can help, empowering them to find resolution and giving voice to their demands for access to all family building options. RMANJ and RESOLVE are doing just that by advocating awareness for the millions of men and women fighting this disease.