Author Archives: Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey

Dr. Ziegler collaborates on study published in prestigious medical journal

Dr. William Ziegler and Radhika Hombale-Gowda, a fourth-year medical student at Monmouth Medical Center, have collaborated on a paper that examines the role of endometrial receptivity array in patients during their first frozen embryo transfers. Along with being selected to present their findings at … Continue reading

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‘Everything your heart will need to hear’

Our patient Alexis posted her thoughts about her care at RSCNJ recently. “I can’t say enough positive things about Dr. Martinez and the entire Lawrenceville staff. Anyone seeking a fertility doctor is filled with so many questions and worries. This … Continue reading

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New test offers clarity for couples struggling to conceive

Infertility affects 10% to 15% of couples globally, and while often viewed as a women’s health problem, men contribute to around half of the cases. Now, a male fertility test based on Cornell University research could help predict which men … Continue reading

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Levels of a fertility hormone detected in human hair

The prospect of a non-invasive test of ovarian reserve is a little closer following results from a study showing that measurement of a fertility hormone can be accurately taken from a sample of human hair. Anti-Mullerian hormone, or AMH, has … Continue reading

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Dr. Martinez is ‘warm, caring and realistic’

“I love Dr Martinez,” a patient of ours recently wrote in an online post. “He has a great personality and is very warm and caring while at the same time being realistic with you—no false hope. Just the facts,” she … Continue reading

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Does delaying IVF treatment affect success?

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused delays in IVF treatment for some women, but a new study shows that women who had to wait up to six months for fertility treatment have similar rates of live births as those treated within … Continue reading

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New sperm selection technology may increase IVF success rates

Motile sperm are difficult to collect with a conventional cell sorter because they are vulnerable to physical damage. A research collaboration between Kumamoto and Kyoto Universities in Japan has developed a technique that uses a cell sorter with microfluidic chip … Continue reading

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Women’s egg quality dependent on metabolic factors

Increasing the levels of a chemical found in all human cells could boost a woman’s fertility and help select the best eggs for IVF, according to University of Queensland, Australia, research. In an in-depth study of the final steps of … Continue reading

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Study finds protein that is essential for male fertility

Newly produced spermatozoa within the testis are not fully functional until they mature in the epididymis, a duct that helps to transport and store sperm. Male infertility may arise from lack of communication between the testis and the epididymis and … Continue reading

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New podcast discusses cancer and fertility preservation

Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery can speed up the natural decline in available eggs, thereby reducing or destroying the egg reserve. They can also harm reproductive organs, making pregnancy difficult or impossible. The risk of being infertile … Continue reading

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