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Positive Insights | Spring 2015

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey Newsletter

Sustainable Success at RMANJ

Published data showes RMANJ's delivery rates to be nearly 20% above the national average
For the 10th year in a row the team at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey has reported IVF success rates above the US average. Visit www.sart.org to view RMANJ's success rates which include a 61% delivery rate for women under 35 years (frozen embryo, non-donor ooctye).

"RMANJ's outstanding IVF success rates reflect a commitment to innovation and excellence by our entire team," said Dr. Michael R. Drews, medical director and a founding partner of RMANJ. "Our holistic approach to patient care, focus on research and dedication to safe and healthy deliveries set us apart." added Dr. Drews. RMANJ supports hopeful parents with the widest range of services including IVF, egg donation, gestational surrogacy, CCS, pre-implanation genetic diagnosis (PGD), fertility preservation services, acupuncture, yoga and patient-to-patient networking.

As required by the Fertility Clinic Success Rate and Certification Act of 1992, reproductive endocrinologists must report IVF delivery rates to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and SART, the primary organization of professionals dedicated to the practice of assisted reproductive technologies in the United States.

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FertiliTalk
May 9th 4:00-6:30PM

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Our Growing Family

RMANJ warmly welcomes patients and staff joining us from IVF New Jersey

RMANJ is pleased to welcome the physicians, staff, and patients from IVF New Jersey effective April 7, 2015.  All IVFNJ offices will be brought under the RMANJ brand and incorporated into current RMANJ operations. For patients undergoing IVF, all egg retrievals and embryo transfers performed at the Basking Ridge campus. All former IVFNJ locations will now offer morning monitoring from 6:00 am to 7:30 am M-F. Our Eatontown and Basking Ridge locations are open for weekend monitoring.
 
Dr. Paul Bergh commented about this excited opportunity, “We’re honored to have Drs. Darder, Treiser, Yih, Jurema, Rauch, and Doherty join the team. Now with 21 providers, patients from Englewood to Eatontown and Hoboken to Hamilton will have the largest choice of physicians of any fertility program in New Jersey.” 

Awareness & Action

National Infertility Awareness Week April 19-25
 
In support of National Infertility Awareness Week (April 19-25), RESOLVE is urging the infertility community to spread the message “You are not alone.” Infertility impacts 1 in 8 couples of reproductive age and can be a very isolating disease to face.  Just hearing “You are not alone” can help in so many ways. Visit Resolve.org for more information about NIAW activities and information.
 
Along with Resolve, RMANJ is doing its part to bring awareness to the issue of infertility with a public service announcement (PSA) that will start airing the week of April 13th and continue through the 25th. The :60 spot will air on 101.1FM, 101.5FM, 102.7FM, 95.9AM, 880AM, and 1010AM, The commercial time was generously provided for free by the stations. Let us know on Facebook or Pinterest when you hear the spot!

Gluten-Free IVF

Dr. Bergh Interviewed In April’15 Issue of Redbook Magazine
 
According to the Redbook article titled “Should You Give Up Gluten if You're Trying to Get Pregnant?” , a study in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology found that women with infertility have more than triple the odds of having celiac disease in tandem, and for those with unexplained infertility, the odds skyrocket to six times higher.
 
"There's a lot of data coming out that points the finger at diet and gluten for potentially impacting our patients' opportunity for pregnancy," says Dr. Paul Bergh. "Celiac disease can not only keep you from getting pregnant, but also affect [whether you have] a healthy pregnancy," shares Bergh, citing low birth weight and premature birth as possible risks.  Here’s a link to the full article:
http://www.redbookmag.com/body/pregnancy-fertility/a21202/should-you-give-up-gluten-if-youre-trying-to-get-pregnant/

FertiliTalk

Fertilitalk is the support network for fertility patients by fertility patients

Fertilitalk is a private group Facebook page that was created as a safe and supportive space to share your infertility stories, answer your questions, link with others in the community, and support together.

Next month brings about many happenings. Flowers bloom, birds sing, the sun finally makes its appearance, and yes; Mother's Day. A holiday that can hit home in many different ways for us. Join FertiliTalk on Saturday May 9th to support together. Know you are absolutely not alone.

Join the FertiliTalk conversation today. Start linking, sharing, and supporting together. Happy FertiliTalk'n!
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