Author Archives: Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey

Praise for Dr. Alan Martinez and RSCNJ

Two patients cannot say enough good things about their care from Dr. Alan Martinez: “Cannot recommend Dr. Martinez enough!!! He’s an incredibly knowledgeable doctor with compassion and understanding. His staff is ALWAYS helpful, accommodating and kind.” “I cannot say enough … Continue reading

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4 myths about African Americans and infertility–busted!

Black women don’t have fertility issues. Fertility treatments are expensive fads that the “average” woman of color cannot afford. If God wanted you to have children, you would have them. Black women don’t “give up our babies,” and we don’t … Continue reading

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‘Thank you for making our dreams come true’

Our patient Brittany says this about her care at RSCNJ: “Struggling with unexplained infertility is stressful as it is, but Reproductive Science Center made the journey amazing. From day one Dr. Ziegler was able to answer our questions and develop … Continue reading

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The Tammi Mac Late Show tackles Black infertility

Black women are twice as likely as white women to experience infertility. On a recent episode of the Tammi Mac Late Show, on the foxsoul.tv streaming service, a panel of experts, including RESOLVE board member Nichelle Poston, talk about infertility … Continue reading

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New podcast: COVID vaccine, pregnancy and fertility

Confused about the COVID vaccines and how they may affect fertility and pregnancy? You aren’t alone. That’s why Dr. Alan Martinez recently taped our latest podcast, “COVID Vaccine, Pregnancy and Fertility.” He explains it all here.

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Join RSCNJ in supporting women with endometriosis

Endometriosis Awareness takes place around the world during the month of March to bring attention to a disease that affects around 176 million women globally. Endometriosis is a painful condition where the cells of the uterine lining (endometrium), which shed during … Continue reading

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‘Dr. Ziegler makes you feel hopeful’

Our patient Nicole writes: “Our experience with Dr. Ziegler has been nothing short of exemplary from the moment we walked into the office at our first appointment. He has a bedside manner that makes you feel hopeful and comforted when you … Continue reading

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Sheep study to address PCOS

A Texas A&M AgriLife study with sheep may soon help address fertility problems in women, if it can discover ways to break the chain of generational transfer of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), one of the most common infertility disorders. Rodolfo … Continue reading

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Sperm compete by ‘poisoning’ competitors: study

It is literally a race for life when millions of sperm swim towards the egg cells to fertilize them. But does pure luck decide which sperm succeeds? As it turns out, there are differences in competitiveness between individual sperm. In … Continue reading

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2 reviews, 5 stars

Two patients have high praise for Dr. Martinez and the RSCNJ team: “Cannot recommend Dr. Martinez enough!!! He’s an incredibly knowledgeable doctor with compassion and understanding. His staff is ALWAYS helpful, accommodating, and kind.” “I cannot say enough about Dr. … Continue reading

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