Reproductive Medicine and Infertility
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – April 2011 – http://njtopdocs is now profiling The Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey.The Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey is a leading provider of advanced reproductive technologies led by Dr. William F. Ziegler and Dr. Jason G. Bromer.
The Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey meets the special needs of those couples experiencing fertility problems. There are many reasons why a woman or a couple may have difficulty conceiving a child. Some find that simply talking to a fertility specialist may help them identify ways to improve their chances or determine if they require specialized treatment. The Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey provides a wide range of services from the basic fertility evaluation as well as the most advanced diagnostic and treatment modalities including IVF (In vitro fertilization) and IUI (Intrauterine Insemination).
Located in Eatontown and Toms River, New Jersey, Dr. Ziegler established the first successful egg donor program in central New Jersey.The Reproductive Science Center of NJ has one of the highest success rates in the State of New Jersey.This state-of-the-art facility offers comprehensive care and all of the latest infertility treatments.
The on-site embryology lab, headed by senior embryologist Scott Kratka, provides a wide range of services, including semen analysis, sperm and embryo cryopreservation, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and fertility preservation procedures; egg and embryo freezing.Physician Assistant Lauren Lucas is involved with all patient therapies.
The experienced staff of doctors, nurses, and technicians fully understand the difficult emotional and medical challenges that confront infertility patients. They strive to make patients feel calm, comfortable, and confident throughout their course of treatment.
One in six couples need professional assistance
Infertility is defined as the failure to conceive after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse.
In the United States, approximately 15-20% of married couples will experience some degree of infertility due to a single cause in either partner or a combination of factors that prevents a successful pregnancy from occurring.
A diagnosis of infertility, however, does not mean that becoming pregnant is impossible. Nearly 90% of infertility cases are treatable with medical therapies ranging from drug treatment and surgery to advanced reproductive technologies like in vitro fertilization.
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