Quality Care for Your Growing Family
Fertility Treatment New Jersey
At The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Fertility, we are dedicated to helping patients grow their family. Dr. Louis R. Manara is an experienced fertility specialist, offering a wide range of procedures that address the needs of each couple individually. Through the use of advanced technology and fertility treatment techniques, we have helped hundreds of patients throughout New Jersey overcome their fertility issues. To learn more about the procedures we offer, including those listed below, please contact our Camden County practice today.
Comprehensive Fertility Treatment
We define our center by the highly-individualized, compassionate care we provide for our patients. Our New Jersey practice has achieved excellent success rates through the use of the most up-to-date clinical fertility treatment and laboratory advancements.
ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
ICSI is primarily used to treat male factor infertility. For males who have just a few, barely swimming sperm in the ejaculate or who ejaculate no sperm, the ICSI procedure can be used to directly inject the sperm into the egg.
PGD (Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis)
Several cells are removed from the growing embryo on the 5th or 6th day of development (blastocyst stage) to identify genetically abnormal embryos. By not transferring abnormal embryos, this procedure may reduce the chance of miscarriage, or when done to identify specific genetic disorders, may prevent the need for termination of pregnancy or the birth of a baby with a serious genetic disease.
Assisted hatching is another fertility treatment offered at our New Jersey practice. This is often used for situations in which a couple has had multiple failed cycles of standard IVF. By creating a minor defect in the outer membrane which surrounds the egg, the result is a greater chance of the embryo "hatching," or shedding its shell, allowing for a better chance of implantation.
By culturing these embryos for an additional 2 to 3 days, more chromosomally normal embryos will be selected out naturally and develop to the blastocyst (5-day-old) stage in the laboratory. Usually, only the best embryos have the ability to grow to the blastocyst stage and the pregnancy rate per blastocyst transferred is better than 3-day-old embryos.
- Egg Donation
- Cycle Monitoring
- In Vitro Fertilization
- Donor Insemination
- Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Unexplained Infertility
- Gestational Carrier
- Embryo Freezing
- Frozen Embryo Transfer
- Single Embryo Transfer (SET)
- Detailed Transvaginal Ultrasound
- Early Pregnancy Ultrasound
- Intrauterine Insemination – IUI
- Treatment of Ovulation Disorders
- Treatment of Endometriosis
- Surgical Management of Uterine Fibroids
- Premature Ovarian Failure
The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Fertility maintains a reproductive laboratory capable of measuring critically important reproductive hormones with results available the same day. On-site detailed analyses of semen and sperm is available and frozen sperm may be stored temporarily for anticipated treatment
- On Site Semen Analysis and Andrology Laboratory
- On Site Endocrine Laboratory and Phlebotomy Services
More Information on Fertility Treatment
When it comes to treating infertility, it is important to take a comprehensive and delicate approach. At The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Fertility we offer a wide range of fertility treatment procedures to help patients throughout New Jersey realize their dreams of having a family. Contact our Camden County practice today to learn more about the options available.