Latest podcast: new test for implantation failure

If you have had implantation failure, RSCNJ now offers a new test that can help evaluate the woman’s endometrial receptivity from a molecular perspective. This advanced technology is a personalized genetic test to diagnose the state of endometrial receptivity in … Continue reading

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Cutting-edge test improves odds for implantation success

Implanting an embryo into the uterus may fail for several reasons, one of which is called “endometrial receptivity.” This means the lining of the uterus is not favorable for implantation. Here at RSCNJ, we now offer a new procedure called … Continue reading

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Freezing ovarian tissue: a new option?

Many women consider egg freezing for future fertility, but sometimes that isn’t an option, for various reasons. A new study suggests these women may have another option: freezing the ovarian tissue itself. According to the study, published in Reproductive Sciences, almost … Continue reading

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Unparalleled expertise

A patient of ours had this to say about her experience at RSCNJ. “Dr. Ziegler and Dr. Martinez and all of their staff are absolutely wonderful in guiding us through this tough and confusing process. We would recommend them to … Continue reading

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Weight gain between pregnancies ups risk of gestational diabetes

Gaining weight during pregnancy is a known risk factor for gestational diabetes. But a new study finds that women who gain weight after having a baby may be more likely to develop gestational diabetes during their next pregnancy. Gestational diabetes, … Continue reading

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Flu season is coming—get ready to vaccinate

Pregnant women and newborns are particularly vulnerable to the flu and its complications. Health guidelines recommend a flu shot during pregnancy, which is safe for both mom and developing baby. A recent study published in the journal Vaccine even says that … Continue reading

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Donor sperm produces healthy children

Children conceived using donor sperm have similar health and well-being to the general population, according to a study published in Reproductive BioMedicineOnline. The study of 224 Australian children aged between 5 and 11 was the largest study to date to examine … Continue reading

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September is PCOS Awareness Month

Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is a very common hormone disorder in women and a leading cause of infertility. It is also one of the most underdiagnosed diseases in the United States. This month, we and other fertility care specialists … Continue reading

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New podcast on autoimmune diseases and infertility

Autoimmune diseases such as celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, lupus and inflammatory bowel disease, seem to be on the rise in the past 20 years. Might these diseases be associated with infertility? In our latest podcast, Dr. Alan Martinez discusses autoimmune … Continue reading

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2 happy patients, 2 nice recommendations

“Great practice. Dr. Ziegler and his staff go above and beyond for me and I always leave feeling hopeful and know I’m in good hands. I highly recommend them!!” “Excellent doctors and staff! We are so grateful for our experience … Continue reading

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