The Advanced Fertility Blog

2015’s Best Fertility Doctors in NYC

To discover one of 2015’s best fertility doctors in NYC, one must look for a doctor who has been successfully practicing Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) for the past three decades. Since 1976, Dr. Hugh Melnick – the founder and Medical Director of Advanced Fertility Services (AFS) located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan – has been helping thousands of patients achieve their dream of having a baby. 2015 Best Fertility Doctor in NYC – Dr. Hugh Melnick Some of…

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What Will it Cost to Go to the Best Fertility Clinic in NYC?

Advanced Fertility Services (AFS) – founded in 1983 by nationally renowned fertility specialist, Dr. Hugh Melnick – was the first freestanding, private fertility clinic established in New York’s tri-state area. First and foremost, AFS makes every effort through advanced technology to alleviate the stressful cost of treating infertility. Cost of the Best Fertility Clinic in NYC Patients at AFS are afforded: Their available coverage of infertility treatment through most insurance plans. Insurance Combo Plan – All IVF cycle monitoring costs…

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How Many IVF Cycles Will it Take My Spouse and I to Get Pregnant?

IVF Cycles To Get Pregnant Don’t fret over counting IVF cycles. Despite the number of IVF cycles you have undergone or may possibly have to undergo, remain faithful in the phenomenon of today’s cutting edge IVF procedures available to you at Advanced Fertility Services (AFS). Established in 1983 by IVF pioneering doctor, Dr. Hugh Melnick, AFS was the first private, freestanding IVF clinic in the New York tri-state area. Dr. Hugh Melnick has established himself as a national leading provider…

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Where are the Best Doctors for Artificial Insemination in NYC?

One of the first recommended medical procedures for treating a woman’s infertility is artificial insemination, also known as Intrauterine Insemination (IUI). Artificial Insemination Candidates Artificial insemination is typically recommended as the first infertility treatment option for women 35 and younger who have been unable to get pregnant after one year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. Women who have unobstructed fallopian tubes Women who have a normal uterine cavity Women whose male partner has a low sperm count or other sperm…

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How Can Uterine Polyps Affect Pregnancy Chances?

Polyps And Pregnancy Uterine polyps – also known as endometrial polyps – disrupt the normal functioning of a woman’s uterine cavity and cause problems with a woman’s fertility. A polyp is an overgrowth of the uterine lining – the endometrium – causing an abnormal formation. Dr. Hugh Melnick – founder and medical director of Advanced Fertility Services (AFS)– defines a normal uterine cavity as being one that is free of abnormal endometrial lining formations. A normal uterine cavity is required…

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