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Why Park Avenue Fertility?

One doctor.
One patient at a time.
Success.

At Park Avenue Fertility and Reproductive Medicine, our focus is on the patient as an individual. In recent years, this philosophy has unfortunately gone by the wayside in large fertility clinics.  Patients are not just "a number", which is unfortunately common among many fertility practices.

We provide the most comprehensive, individualized care, and our patients are successful in achieving their goals.

In addition, Dr. Levi prides himself and his practice on the following principles:

  • Closely monitored care by only one physician – Dr. Andrew Levi
  • Appropriately aggressive evaluation and treatment
  • No "cookbook" protocols or treatments – patients are treated as an individual, which leads to success on all levels
  • All ultrasounds and consults are by appointment, not by
    a first-come, first-serve basis
  • Flexible office hours
  • No long waits
  • The comfort of a modern, relaxing atmosphere.

Dr. Levi also works with single intended parents and lesbian and gay couples interested in family building.  All of your office visits and procedures are performed on-site by Dr. Levi.  Relax in a modern and tranquil office suite and let Dr. Levi and his team work for you.

Park Avenue Fertility – A fertility Center of Excellence

We are very proud of our IVF pregnancy rates at Park Avenue Fertility.
View our IVF Success Rates at Park Avenue Fertility . . .



Dr. Levi of Park Avenue Fertility Center Named One of the Best Doctors in America® from 2013 to 2014.
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Dr. Levi of Park Avenue Fertility Center has been awarded the Patients Choice Award for 2013.
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Become an Egg Donor

                                      . . . $8,000 Compensation

Who Should Donate?
The ideal Park Avenue Fertility Egg Donor is a woman between the ages of 21 and 29 who lives a healthy life, has a clean medical history with no genetic/hereditary illnesses, and who is genuinely committed to the donation process.
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Egg Donation is a revolutionary therapy in the treatment of infertility as now virtually all couples who otherwise would not be able to conceive a baby can now do so.  Revolutionary therapies require the most advanced, cutting edge technologies.

The Egg Donation and Gestational Carrier Programs at Park Avenue Fertility are managed by an experienced and nurturing team  matching couples regardless of sexual orientation to young, healthy donors with the attributes that are most important to you. 

For more information of our services, please follow the links below . . .

Understanding Infertility
Infertility is defined as the inability for a couple to become pregnant after a year of unprotected intercourse. The male partner, the female partner, or both may have a fertility problem. More . . . .

When to seek treatment
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive a child despite trying for one year. The condition affects about 5.3 million Americans, or 9 percent of the reproductive age population, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. More . . . . .

What to Expect
Fertility tests are an essential part of fertility evaluation and treatment. Through testing, it may be possible to discover what is preventing a patient and their partner from achieving pregnancy. More . . . .


Natural Cycle IVF!
Is it right for you?

Many of our patients have been asking about and requesting information about natural cycle IVF (NC-IVF).   We are pleased to now be offering NC-IVF to our patients. 
Natural Cycle IVF



Fertility News

Dr Levi interviewed by the CT Post!
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In Vitro Fertilization
(Fairfield County infertility)

Fairfield County Infertility . . .

Park Avenue Fertility is pleased to offer 24 Chromosome Embryo Screening by Array Comparative Genome Hybridization (aCGH)!
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Study finds that stress does not affect fertility treatment
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First IVF babies born using new chromosome counting technique
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Using birth control pills is effective in timing IVF treatments, study shows -- read the full story

In vitro fertilization less successful with alternative fertility treatments
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Anxiety and depression do not affect pregnancy and treatment cancellation rates
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Antioxidants might cause fertility problems in females, scientists discover -- read the full story

Uterine health more important than egg quality, study shows
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Why chemotherapy causes more infertility in women than in men
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Press Releases

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Dr. Andrew Levi, Reproductive Endocrinologist and Fertility Specialist Honored as one of Vitals Top 10 Doctors in Connecticut >>>

Park Avenue Facility named as one of Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors

Park Avenue Fertility is pleased to announce this prestigious award.
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Complete Chromosome Screening of embryos for IVF patients

Park Avenue Fertility is pleased to offer Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) Also referred to as Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS)
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Dr. Levi of Park Avenue Fertility Center has been awarded the Compassionate Doctors Award for 2014.
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Dr. Andrew Levi works to Treat Mystery of Infertility

by Joseph Cole
The Daily Fairfield, CT.

Dr. Andrew Levi of Park Avenue Fertility and Reproductive Medicine has helped many couples experiencing problems in conceiving and starting families. However, it turns out, after all the tests and procedures, a patient's guess might be nearly as good as his as to the cause of the infertility.

"For many of our patients, the testing fails to diagnose the cause. We call this unexplained infertility," said Levi. The science behind fertility treatments is expanding, and at the microscopic level, there are often no clear indicators. "We see a lot of young couples come in, and the testing fails to diagnose the underlying cause, but we know there is a problem or they wouldn't be here," he said.

Diagnosing the problem ends up being a doctor's biggest challenge. Patients come to him for cut-and-dry answers, and sometimes he can't give them one. But even though they may not be able to identify the cause of the infertility, doctors in Levi's field can pursue a number of treatments, and often with results. "We can't always invent the test, but we can invent the treatment," Levi said.

Treatment often begins with putting the patient at ease. One half of the couple is usually convinced he or she is the problem and fear being told so. Levi said it is often harder to get the men into the office than the women.

When a problem is acknowledged, part of the process to conception may involve lifestyle changes in addition to starting medical treatment. Levi said he can't promise that switching to boxers will help, but it probably won't hurt. He said rumors about various fruits and delicacies are largely, if not completely, unfounded.

The key for a couple is to recognize when it is time to see a fertility doctor. "If you've been trying to conceive for six months to a year, you should be coming to see someone like me," Levi said.

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