Monthly Archives: December 2022
Secondary infertility is the inability to conceive or carry a baby to term after 12 months of unprotected intercourse in a woman who has already had a baby in the past without any fertility treatments. Secondary infertility occurs at about … Continue reading
NJ Top Docs recently named RSCNJ’s Dr. William Ziegler and Dr. Alan Martinez among its Healthy Living 2023 Top Doctors and Dentists. You can see RSCNJ tagged on NJ Top Doc’s Facebook page here. Congratulations, doctors!
On Dec. 15, 2022, Senators Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) and Patty Murray (D-WA), along with Congresswoman Susan Wild (D-PA-07), introduced legislation to protect access to IVF for anyone who needs assisted reproductive technology (ART) to build their family. The “Right to … Continue reading
Happy holidays to everyone from the doctors and staff at RSCNJ. Our holiday schedule is: Christmas: Closed on Sunday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Dec. 26. New Year: Closed on Sunday, Jan. 1 and Monday, Jan. 2.
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association recently launched Fight for Families, a campaign dedicated to protecting IVF and the full range of health care options for those trying to build their family. “For too many, there are enormously difficult and painful challenges … Continue reading
According to an article on The Conversation web site, “It’s a fact women’s fertility declines as they age. But the common description of fertility decline after age 35 as a ‘cliff’ is more anxiety-provoking than factual.” The article states that … Continue reading
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) recently announced the Family Building Caucus, which looks to bring attention to the many struggles Americans face in attempting to start families, according to Wasserman Schultz’s press release regarding the news. According to The Floridian, … Continue reading
An article posted on RESOLVE.org begins, “Grief is a subjective experience and journey. For some, comfort is found in books like Elisabeth Kubler Ross’ ‘On Death and Dying’ which outlines the stages of grief as Ross researched them. For others, … Continue reading
Diminished ovarian reserve (DOR), also called low ovarian reserve, is the condition when a woman’s ovaries have fewer eggs remaining, or fewer good quality eggs remaining, than other women of a similar age. A woman is born with a finite … Continue reading