Dr. Natalie Cekleniak on why “Unexplained Infertility” doesn’t exist anymore

Historically patients who were unsuccessful in trying to conceive came to our office for a fertility work-up that included Day 3 FSH and AHM levels, antral follical count and ultrasound-guided evaluation of the ovaries, an HSG and a semen analysis. If all of that testing came back with “normal” results the patient was often deemed…
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Dr. Jessica Mann discusses oncofertility options in New Jersey “When cancer strikes: What we CAN do today for what tomorrow might bring”

In the US, 1.6 million people are diagnosed with cancer yearly. Some of these are young pre-pubertal girls. Others are women of reproductive age who may or may not have begun to think about the possibility of having children yet. While each cancer is different, early detection and current medical treatments have allowed more and…
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IRMS applauds NJ Governor & NJ State legislature for expansion of infertility insurance coverage

On May 1, 2017 NJ Governor Chris Christie signed into law legislation improving insurance requirements for infertility coverage expanding who is eligible to receive coverage. What a great day for fertility rights in New Jersey! Our very own Serena Chen, M.D. states “It is so exciting that the work that we have been doing along…
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IRMS’ Dr. Serena Chen discusses Fertility with Jennifer Palumbo & the Huffington Post

Here’s a scary statistic – at least one in eight couples have reproductive health and/or issues that can make building a family difficult. Now, of course you’re thinking…“hey my odds are great then, I should be fine”. Jennifer Palumbo, fertility advocate and Huffington Post contributor discusses with our very own Dr. Serena Chen why you…
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