IRMS Answers questions about Egg Donation for Recipients in New Jersey

Since the birth of Louise Brown in 1978, in vitro fertilization has helped many couples fulfill their dreams of parenthood. However, significant problems with ovarian reserve or egg quality have not been conquered. For some patients, egg donation is a viable alternative with an excellent prognosis for success. The decision to pursue this treatment plan…
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IRMS NJ Explains Common Misconceptions of Intrauterine Inseminations (IUI)

For a number of patients coping with unexplained infertility or mild male subfertility, an intrauterine insemination is one of the first treatment options available. Patients have a number of questions that I can hopefully answer below. How does the IUI work? What can I do to improve the odds of this working? Do I have…
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IRMS NJ explains Single Embryo Transfer (SET)

Having a one baby at a time is desirable for many reasons, particularly when considering the health of the mother and child, as it is well known that twins and multiples are often delivered prematurely and mothers have a higher risk of preeclampsia and other pregnancy complications. Early use of IVF was associated with a…
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IRMS NJ Discusses – Your Biological Clock: Fact or Fiction

As the college graduates move on to bigger and better things, a new exciting job abroad, a new internship, graduate school, or whatever it may be, few of them will think about having children in the near future. This season made me reminisce about my own professional development. Almost 20 years ago, as the oldest…
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Dr. Jessica Salas Mann, M.D. Opens New Office in Old Bridge, NJ

It is with great pleasure that I announce the opening of my new office. As a way to stay true to my calling of providing only the best options for my patients, I have opened JSM Fertility, an affiliate of IRMS. The journey through fertility can be stressful. The goal of this practice is to…
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