What We Can Do About PCOS: Special Workshop With Dr. Debbra A. Keegan

IRMS’ very own Dr. Keegan will be conducting a workshop on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) with The Suppers Program founder Dor Mullen. PCOS is one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting close to 14 million reproductive-age women. Its increasing rise as the leading cause of infertility in women parallels the alarming surge in type…
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Dr. Serena H. Chen honored as one of New Jersey Monthly’s Top Doctors

We are very excited to announce that IRMS’ Dr. Serena H. Chen has once again been named as one of New Jersey Monthly’s Top Docs. Featured as one of the magazine’s Honor Roll, she has been on their Top Docs list 12 times! Dr. Chen serves as the Director for the Division of Reproductive Medicine…
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IRMS Update – The Zika Virus: A Threat to Women of Childbearing Years

While the number of Zika outbreaks has dropped significantly since 2016, it is still an issue individuals must be cautious of, particularly pregnant women and those who are considering becoming pregnant. Zika is extremely dangerous for infected mothers-to-be and could seriously jeopardize the health of a pregnancy. Complications from the virus could result in miscarriage….
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Watch IRMS New Jersey’s Dr. Serena Chen talk about Nutrition, Exercise, Self-care & its Impact on your Fertility.

Tune in with Dr. Serena Chen, Director for the Division of Reproductive Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, and the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas as she delves into the impact of nutrition, exercise, and self-care on fertility. She is joined by Dr. Georgia…
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IRMS NJ Urges National Institute of Health to Recognize Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) as a Major Women’s Health Issue. Sign the Petition Today!

Affecting nearly 14 million reproductive-age women, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders today. PCOS is the leading cause of female infertility and includes both physical and emotional symptoms that oftentimes go overlooked. In fact, less than half of women with the disorder experience the appropriate diagnosis. Individuals with PCOS…
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Watch Our Single Embryo Transfer Video featuring IRMS’ Dr. Debbra Keegan and Dr. Serena Chen

Join Dr. Debbra Keegan and Dr. Serena Chen as they explain the importance of why single embryo transfer (SET) is both the smartest and safest way to initiate an IVF pregnancy. IRMS at Saint Barnabas leads the state of New Jersey in single embryo transfers and boasts the lowest number of multiple births. Why does…
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IRMS is excited to announce New Jersey Gestational Carrier Agreement Act (A-1704)

Today Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the Gestational Carrier Agreement Bill sponsored by Assemblywomen Valerie Huttle, Annette Quijano and Mila Jasey. The law will protect all parties involved in gestational carrier arrangements as well as promote the best interests of the children who will be born as a result. Gestational Carrier Contracts will be…
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IRMS patient Tricia Russo shares her journey of infertility and cancer in her award winning documentary Love Always, Mom

It is insane to think that it was 5 years ago that we first sat down with Dr. Cekleniak of IRMS at Saint Barnabas to see if I could harvest eggs before I was administered chemotherapy. I was 30 years old and had been on the birth control pill for most of my adult years,…
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IRMS NJ discusses Exercise and Gestational Diabetes

At IRMS, we focus on education as a means of empowering our patients to make informed choices about their care, as well as, what they can be doing now, in their daily lives, to positively impact their chances of a healthy and successful pregnancy. Taking control of your health and wellness is part of that…
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Taking Vitamin B7 – IRMS echoes FDA Warning of Potential Medical Dangers

A new announcement from the FDA warns about the potential medical dangers of taking Vitamin B7 supplements, also known as biotin, regularly. B7 is commonly used without prescription for its purported skin, nail, and hair benefits; the vitamin is also often recommended for patients with multiple sclerosis. This vitamin, also called biotin, can significantly impact…
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