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Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day
In this video, Dr. Maria Costantini-Ferrando helps shine a light on Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day. On Saturday, October 25th our friends over at the FertiliFriends Infertility Support Group are holding a virtual Wave of Light ceremony to honor this important day.   Perinatal Bereavement Resources & Support Groups New Jersey Support Groups   ENGLEWOOD, NJ Perinatal Bereavement Support Group Michelle Brauntuch | 201 - 608-3635 Englewood Hospital, 350 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ  07631 [email protected]   HACKENSACK, NJ SIDS Family Services Alyssa Sandler | 201-996-5131 Hackensack University Medical Center, 30 Prospect Avenue, Hackensack, NJ  07601 551-996-5131   LIVINGSTON, NJ Perinatal Bereavement Group Dorothy Kurzweil | 973-322-5745 | 973-322-5055 St. Barnabas Medical Center, 94 Old Short Hills Road, Livingston, NJ 
Dr. Michael Simoni Joins RMA Marlton as Newest Physician
When Dr. Michael K. Simoni sat in the giant amphitheater inside RMA New Jersey’s Basking Ridge fertility clinic in 2019, surrounded by other young doctors like himself, he couldn’t take his eyes off the speaker on the main stage. Standing in the middle of the podium was Dr. Jason Franasiak, RMA Marlton’s lead physician and course director of RMA’s Pathways in Reproductive Medicine training program for OB/GYN residents interested in a career in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI). Dr. Simoni was an attending resident and Dr. Franasiak the RMA physician led the three-day training. But Dr. Franasiak wasn’t just a doctor and course
What is TTC? And Other Fertility Abbreviations
Whether you’re trying to get pregnant and have just started researching the ins and outs of fertility, or you’re seeking fertility care, chances are you’ve come across many confusing acronyms and fertility abbreviations. You might have come across these on a Google search, in articles, or in an online support community you joined and are left scratching your head about the meaning of each term. While you may have felt grateful to be in a group with others who know what you’re going through, you may have felt unable to follow the conversation. Well, fear not – we’ve got you covered. This
IVF and Exercise: A Guide to Healthy Fertility Treatments
First of all, if you’re reading this, congratulations, you are likely already taking great care of yourself! This is a piece about exercise during In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The fact you’re here means you’re wondering whether you should start exercising or continue to exercise during your cycle. Either way, asking those questions means you are curious about healthy, natural ways to keep your body and mind operating at their best, which is excellent! So let’s get to it – can you exercise during your IVF cycle? If you’re not a big athlete, should you start now? How much is too much exercise?
Dr. Bat-Sheva Maslow Joins RMA New Jersey’s Basking Ridge and Englewood Offices
It was the spring of 2005 and Bat-Sheva Maslow was on top of the world. The Riverdale, New York native was in her first year of medical school, had recently gotten married and just happened to fall in love again – this time with the infertility rotation she had recently completed at medical school. She knew she had always wanted to pursue women’s health, but now the exact path was becoming more and more clear. Plus, finding ‘Mr. Right’ meant the couple could start their family soon, too. Things, she thought, were going exactly according to plan. In an instant, that all changed.
How many of my embryos will make it to the blastocyst stage?
It’s probably safe to say that if you’re undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), you know all about embryo development and what it could mean for your chances of pregnancy. Whether you're type A or are more of a ‘roll with the punches’ type of gal, whether you’re into science or art, whether you are super detail-oriented or would instead look at the bigger picture, once you’ve undergone a round of IVF and are awaiting the results of the progression of your embryos, you’re pretty invested and knowledgeable on what your results mean. Still, embryo development is quite technical, and a lot depends
Another Year of Inclusion Excellence! Human Rights Campaign Top Performer
RMA is thrilled to announce our continued commitment to inclusion with the Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index. Over 900 healthcare facilities nationwide vie for a top score on the Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index every two years. The Index is a rigorous matrix of requirements that healthcare organizations are measured against; facilities are given a score between 5 and 100 based on their LGBTQ inclusion efforts. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation developed the Healthcare Equality Index to meet a deep and urgent need on the part of LGBTQ Americans: the need for equitable, knowledgeable, sensitive, and welcoming health care… free
Are 9 eggs good for IVF? How many eggs are enough for In Vitro Fertilization?
So you had your In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) egg retrieval yesterday and just got a call from your clinic with your egg count results. The nurse on the other end of the line told you that of the 13 eggs retrieved, and nine were mature. What does this mean? Is it enough for a baby? Well, it depends. Let’s get into it. What is the average number of eggs retrieved during an IVF egg retrieval? This answer totally depends on the woman undergoing the egg retrieval, so it doesn’t make sense – and wouldn’t be accurate – to give an average. But if you insist,
RMA Network Refreshes Education on LGBTQ+ Communities
There's nothing new about the RMA Network's commitment to supporting LGBTQ+ community members. We've created hundreds of LGBTQ+ families, stand in partnership with LGBTQ+ organizations, and support our patients and team from the LGBTQ+ community. Our expertise on LGBTQ+ fertility drives us to continually improve our professional education on the subject. We know that new information on supporting our LGBTQ+ patients emerges each year. No fertility center can assume that training from five years ago will suffice; we're committed to ongoing education for everyone on our team. That's why the RMA Network recently completed our first LGBTQ+ competency training for 2022.
What Are My Odds of Getting Pregnant at Any Age?
Women trying to conceive all want to know the same thing: how likely is it that I will get pregnant? Several factors influence the answer, with the biggest one being age. The older a woman is, the harder it is for her to get pregnant naturally or with fertility treatment. If you're eager to get to your chances, scroll down. If you're eager to understand why your chances are the way they are, keep reading. Learn your odds of getting pregnant at 30, 35, 40, and beyond. Age and Fertility: Getting Pregnant at an Older Age So what does age got to

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