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At New Hope Fertility Center in New York City we believe in a 360-degree approach to fertility treatment. While most clinics focus their energy on getting you pregnant, we understand that getting pregnant is just one step in the overall journey that you are experiencing. We are with you every step of the way, from understanding and dealing with infertility to the first months of having a new baby.
The New Hope IVF Blog covers trending topics, information, and related stories regarding everything from trying to get pregnant to after your family is complete. With tips about nutrition, health, fitness, shopping and more, this blog covers all the steps of the fertility process. It is a lifestyle blog for everything related to fertility, pregnancy, and new parenthood.
For a more in-depth examination of the field of infertility, join Dr. John Zhang as he writes about the medical and technical side of the family building process. With a focus on emerging technologies in the field of Assisted Reproductive Medicine, Fertility Treatment explanations, Tips for getting pregnant and more, the Dr. John Zhang Blog is your best resource.
The New York IVF Blog
- 5 Advantages of a Natural Cycle IVFHolistic treatment options are a successful way of treating infertility without the use of large doses of fertility medication. These more holistic options offer a number of advantages over traditional IVF care. The multiple advantages of a natural IVF cycle make this protocol ideal for a number of women. Natural IVF Holistic Approach A growing number of people are using a holistic approach to their health. While they may need assistance becoming pregnant, these... Read more »
Dr. Zhang's Blog
- Confronting The Biological ClockMany women spend a large portion of their reproductive years trying to prevent pregnancy. Some women are focused on career while others are waiting for the right partner to start a family with. No matter the reason, many women find themselves needing help while trying to conceive during their 30s and 40s. The main culprit... Read more: Confronting The Biological Clock