ABOUT SEX SELECTION

ABOUT SEX SELECTION

Determining the sex of an embryo is probably one of the simplest genetic tests done today in terms of technique. It is simpler than detecting aneuploidy – whether the embryo has more chromosomes or less than the normal number of chromosomes (22 chromosome pairs...
WHEN IS THE OPTIMAL TIME FOR EGG FREEZING?

WHEN IS THE OPTIMAL TIME FOR EGG FREEZING?

Current interest in egg freezing has also focused the attention of women interested in egg freezing on the relationship between fertility potential and a woman’s chronological age – which is the age of the remaining egg cells she has from the 400,000-500,000 she...
CAUSES OF INFERTILITY

CAUSES OF INFERTILITY

Previously, we discussed the primary fertility factor in males, namely, the amount and quality of the sperm produced, assuming that the male has no erectile or ejaculatory problems which prevent the normal delivery of sperm into the female reproductive tract. Genetic,...
FERTILITY EVALUATION AND THE SPERM PROBLEM

FERTILITY EVALUATION AND THE SPERM PROBLEM

One-third of infertility cases are due to a female factor only ; another third due to a male factor only; and the final third, due to both female and male factors, including so-called unexplained infertility. At Bronx Fertility and IVF, before I order any tests, I...
AGE AND FERTILITY

AGE AND FERTILITY

As a fertility specialist, my goal has always been to provide the best state-of-the art fertility care at the most affordable price for patients. Even patients who have health insurance are generally not covered for infertility treatment. Our ultimate goal at Bronx...