WHEN TO START
*Source of RMANJ Internal Data 2014; 2013 SART; Thawed Embryos From Non Donor Oocytes, n=748. Note: A comparison of clinic success rates
may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.
For some, having a baby can take more time—especially
once you’re in your 30s. Seeing a specialist sooner can
improve your chance of success. Timing can also affect
your finances: recent changes in healthcare law may
eliminate insurance benefits for many by the end of 2015.
But there’s hope.
With an average time in treatment of a few months and
not years, access to financial programs, and success rates
around 20% higher than the national average, the experts
at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey can
Start today. Call our personal patient liaisons
with your questions at 973-656-2089.
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