New York, NY (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
In honor of Mother’s Day, IVF New Jersey Fertility Center today announced an offer for 50 percent off any initial fertility consultation completed during the last week of May.
“Mother’s Day can be a very complicated time of year for any woman going through difficulties trying to conceive as they watch people around them becoming pregnant and celebrating, when they cannot,” said Luanne Bannon, IVF New Jersey marketing director. “Our goal with this promotion is to help speed up the journey toward pregnancy for anyone wishing to conceive in hopes that they too may celebrate Mother’s Day next year.”
IVF New Jersey’s egg donor program is one of the country’s best and boasts one of the shortest wait times for donor matching. At IVF New Jersey, egg recipients are matched to donors in an average of about 2 months, while many competitors average a 10-12 month wait time. Additionally, the IVF New Jersey Egg Donor Program boasts a success rate of nearly 80 percent compared to the national average of 55 percent and reports a 100 percent pregnancy rate for the first quarter of 2014.
A 1-hour fertility consultation with an IVF New Jersey Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialist includes a review of medical history including any previous tests and treatments undergone in the past to conceive. A personalized course of action and proposal for a course of treatment is also presented.
About IVF New Jersey Fertility Center:
IVF New Jersey Fertility Center was founded in 1990 with the goal of creating a fertility practice that combines the best of big-city medicine with the personalized care of a private setting. For the past 22 years, IVF NJ has helped bring thousands of babies to couples in the metropolitan region and throughout the world.
IVF NJ’s unique cutting-edge facilities allow the physicians to perform all standard infertility diagnostic and treatment procedures under one roof, all in a comfortable, private, non-hospital setting. IVF NJ is one of the largest fertility centers in the nation with among the highest success rates in the U.S. according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).