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IVF & Infertility Treatment

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is generally accepted as the most successful and fastest fertility treatment method available to achieve pregnancy. While it was initially reserved for patients with blocked, damaged, or absent fallopian tubes (tubal factor infertility), IVF is now also used to overcome infertility caused by endometriosis, male factor (sperm) issues, diminished egg quality, ovulatory problems, or other unexplained reasons.


What is IVF?

In short, IVF involves stimulating a patient’s ovaries to produce as many viable eggs in one cycle as is healthy. Then our fertility doctors conduct an egg retrieval, and our andrologists combine the eggs with semen. Over the next 3-5 days, our embryologists monitor the embryos as they develop. The patient will return to our office for her doctor to transfer the healthiest embryo to her uterus. For more information, please click the links below.


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Overview of In Vitro Fertilization

Blastocyst Transfer

Embryo Freezing

Laser Assisted Hatching


Frequently Asked Questions

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To learn more about in vitro fertilization and other assisted reproductive practices, please contact us online or by phone at 732-339-9300, or schedule an initial consultation with one of our NJ fertility experts.

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