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Managing Stress During Fertility Treatments

At the beginning of treating infertility, it’s totally normal to feel nervous and even anxious about the unknown. Sure, we’ve all seen movies that portray fertility clinics and IVF journeys, but will that be anything like your experience? How will…

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Is PCOS Affecting Your Fertility?

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), you are not alone. PCOS affects 1 in every 10 women of childbearing age, according to The United States’ Office of Women’s Health. If you have been struggling with infertility…

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Embryo Transfers – Fresh vs. Frozen

Did you ever wonder why embryo transfers can be fresh or frozen? Dr. Levi and the Park Avenue Fertility team are here to guide you through your treatment process and help you understand the differences between fresh and frozen embryo…

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Fertility Options for LGBTQ+ Couples

Park Avenue Fertility is proud to work with the LGBTQ+ community.  Depending on your situation, there are a number of options available to help you grow your family. Park Avenue Fertility (PAF) works with sperm donors, egg donors, and surrogates…

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How to Know When to Seek Fertility Treatment

If you are having trouble getting pregnant, you might wonder when it’s time to see a fertility specialist.  Generally speaking, infertility is described as the inability to conceive after 12 months of having unprotected sex regularly.  For older women (usually…

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Why Can’t I Get Pregnant?

With so many pregnancy announcements and gender reveals getting posted to social media, if you are struggling to get pregnant, it can feel like you are completely alone. Well, you are not alone!  A visit to Park Avenue Fertility and…

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Why Some Infertility Cases Go Unexplained

Fertility technology has come a long way, but it doesn’t always have the answer to your infertility problem. Unexplained infertility is a common diagnosis for about 10-20% of all infertile couples.  Both men and women can be diagnosed with unexplained…

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