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Since 1988
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Congratulations to Our
2017 Award Winners

Four of IVF New England's fertility experts
received prestigious awards this year.

Fertility Treatments

Ask our award-winning fertility physicians
about the right treatment for you.

Why Choose
IVF New England?

Boston and New England’s
award-winning fertility experts

Formula For Success

15,000+ healthy babies brought
home since 1988.

Elective Egg Freezing

for fertility preservation

Why Choose
IVF New England?

For 25 years, helping people
become parents

Need Donor Egg?

Our Donor Egg Program offers
you a range of options.

Treatment Options

There are a variety of treatment options available depending on your diagnosis and the cause of your infertility.
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why can't I get pregnant?

Causes of infertility can be equally attributed to female factors and male factors.
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costs, affordable care & insurance

Affording fertility treatment may be easier than you think.
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my egg bank

As the largest egg bank in the US, MyEggBank offers patients needing donor egg more choice and convenience at a lower cost.
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Donor egg & surrogacy

With 25 years of experience, IVF New England provides the widest range of treatment options for those needing donor eggs.
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elective egg freezing

Age impacts fertility after 30 and elective egg freezing enables women to preserve their best chance for a healthy pregnancy.
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genetic testing (PGD)

EmbryoSelect™ increases your odds of success, while reducing the possibility of miscarriage or birth defects.
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Success Rates

We have the right formula for your success, and 95% of our IVF patients would recommend IVF New England.
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Our Latest Blog Posts

8 Tips for Coping with Holidays and Infertility

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), The Most Common Ovulatory Disorder

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an ovulatory disorder often characterized by menstrual irregularity, many small ovarian cysts, hormone imbalance, excess body hair, weight problems and infertility.

Pregnancy After 40. Is 35 The Pivot Point?

More women consider having a baby after 35. Yet the downside of delaying pregnancy is decreasing ovarian reserve, which makes it harder to get pregnant and increases the risks, especially for miscarriage and chromosome abnormalities. Pregnancy after 40 increases the challenges.
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Recent News

New Clinical Trial Available

“The chances of getting pregnant after 35 decreases substantially, and one or two years can make a big difference,” Dr. Wright comments.  “Why Can’t I Get Pregnant Again?” is the topic of a recent article that discusses the challenges of becoming pregnant again at an older age after already having a child.



Dr. Kerri Luzzo of IVF New England Receives Rhode Island’s Prestigious “40 Under Forty Award" for Outstanding Professional Accomplishments and Community Outreach




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