Tag: Safety & Efficacy

Lack of Evidence Linking IVF & Long-Term Risk of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy world-wide among women. Long-term follow-up studies for risk of breast cancer after IVF treatment have raised concerns but have ultimately been inconclusive due to the limited follow-up. Further, association studies in infertility often compare infertile women to non-infertile women, which is not an ideal comparison group when attempting […]

If I use ART and I’m over 35, are there still development risks for my baby?

The risk of having a child with a birth defect increases with a women’s age and this risk is present whether a couple conceives spontaneously without treatment or through ART. However, utilizing IVF with preimplantation genetic diagnosis allows us to screen embryos to identify single gene abnormalities and chromosomal abnormalities which may lead to healthier […]

Patient Travel Alert: Zika Virus

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 […]

What does the spread of Zika virus mean for your family?

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 […]

CDC Shares Q&A: Zika virus infection (Zika) and pregnancy

How is Zika virus (Zika) transmitted? Zika is primarily transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes. It can also be transmitted from a pregnant mother to her baby during pregnancy or around the time of birth. We do not know how often Zika is transmitted from mother to baby during pregnancy or around time […]

Coming in at # 5 “How Does Fertility Treatment Affect the Babies”

As part of Creating a Family’s BIG celebration for reaching 1 Million Listeners for the Creating a Family Radio Show , the top notch blog radio company on all things infertility and adoption showcased the most popular shows of all time. The drum roll please…. Congratulations to Dr. Thomas Molinaro on his “How Does Fertility Treatment Affect the Babies” […]

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 […]

Moving toward IVF without complications: OHSS

2 liters of normal saline. Over the past 2 years or so, I have managed my patients through roughly 400 IVF cycles, and 2 liters of intravenous (IV) normal saline is the grand sum total of the treatment required for that much-feared complication of IVF: ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). 2 liters: That’s the size of […]

Genetic testing for inherent disease | Part 4

Every human has over 20,000 genes in nearly every cell of their body. A single gene disorder (SGD) is a disease that is caused by a known alteration or mutation in one of those genes. The disorder may be inherited through one or more generations in a family or inherited from both members of a […]