Park Avenue Fertility was founded by Dr. Andrew Levi to create a different type of fertility clinic. Dr. Levi believes in “one patient, one doctor”. As a result, patients at Park Avenue Fertility never feel like just another number getting…
Park Avenue Fertility is very honored to announce that Dr. Levi has been selected as one of the Best Doctors in America® 2013-2014 by his peers. We are pleased that Dr. Levi has been recognized for his hard work creating a uniquely personal experience for people seeking treatment for infertility in Connecticut.
This week Park Avenue Fertility was pleased to learn that Dr. Levi has been awarded his third Patient’s Choice. We would like to thank our wonderful patients for taking the time to rate our office, making this award possible. Park Avenue Fertility’s focus has always been about the treating the patient positively, personally, and effectively, and we are pleased that this award reflects our commitment to our patients.
Park Avenue Fertility is pleased to announce that we are now a member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). Having joined with this prestigious organization, Park Avenue Fertility will have the continued opportunity to make strides and improve industry standards for assisted reproduction.
What is SART?
SART is a society of professionals focused on the practice of assisted reproductive technologies.
When managing infertility, it is most important for patients to discover which treatments will deliver the best results in helping them to become pregnant. While there are many tests available to help women determine which treatments may work best for their specific need, Anti-Mullerian Hormone Testing is an excellent option for all couples and single intended parents who are interested in IVF or intrauterine insemination. Park Avenue Fertility is pleased to offer this test free of charge to patients and non-patients alike.
When aspiring parents make plans for a fertility treatment they need to be aware that it may come with surprises, one of which is multiple births. Going from no kids to two, three or even more babies? To some future parents this may sound too good to be true, but there is a caveat, as multiple embryos might also mean complications.
If you are over 40 years old and looking to get pregnant, the single most important advice is: don’t waste time, and seek professional help. Time is of essence in this case, as the infamous biological clock is ever ticking, and it’s important to find a specialist who will thoroughly evaluate your individual case to quickly and effectively select the most appropriate fertility treatment for you. Dr. Andrew Levi, MD, FACOG has a broad experience with issues of age and fertility. Today we ask Dr. Levi to explain about the specific issues for ladies over 40.
When a couple has trouble conceiving, it is common to assume that the problem lies within the female reproductive organs. However, you may be surprised to find out that about half of the cases have at least something to do with the male partner. Additionally, about one third of infertile couples are unable to conceive due to male infertility.
For over ten years Dr. Andrew Levi of Park Avenue Fertility has been working with patients struggling with infertility. Dr. Levi has affected many lives in a unique way, giving people the ultimate gift of a precious new life. Over the years he has treated numerous cases. Behind each case number there are poignant stories of hope and fulfillment, and Dr. Levi’s philosophy is to embrace and nurture each patient like his own personal friend.