Organizations and institutions listed below may assist in providing you answers as you undergo treatment.
Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy and Robotic Center
The physicians of the Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy and Robotic Center specialize in minimally invasive surgery. They offer laparoscopic, da Vinci robotic assisted laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures for gynecologic conditions such as fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts as well as general gynecologic care.
Iris Orbuch, MD Laurence Orbuch, MD
Advanced Reproductive Care Inc. (ARC)
Advanced Reproductive Care is an organization that provides financial options for couples going through fertility treatments.
American Fertility Association
A national non-profit organization devoted to spreading awareness and education about fertility and providing support networks for those battling infertility
The American Pregnancy Association is a national health organization committed to promoting reproductive and pregnancy wellness.
American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Established in 1944, the ASRM is devoted to advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive medicine and biology.
A T.I.M.E., an acronym for A Torah Infertility Medium of Exchange, is a non-profit organization devoted to the support and education of infertile couples and to the education of the community so that they can best help their loved ones who are experiencing infertility
Helps Orthodox Jewish Couples through the emotional and physical journey of fertility treatments
Dedicated to offering support and reproductive education to cancer patients whose medical treatments may affect fertility
Leading Provider of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
Guide to Egg Donation and Infertility
Public forum discussing the world of infertility and egg donation today
INCIID – The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination
INCIID, pronounced “inside,” is a nonprofit organization committed to providing current information regarding the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infertility and pregnancy loss.
Message Boards for the Trying to Conceive Community
Melissa B Brisman, Esq
Law firm specializing in cases involving reproductive law such as ovum donation, insurance appeals, and same sex parenting.
Mount Sinai Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Science
Provides information about Mount Sinai’s extensive clinical programs that include traditional gynecology and obstetrics services as well as a diverse array of sub-specialty services such as advanced reproductive medicine for women and men.
Mount Sinai Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Information about RMA of New York on the Mount Sinai Medical Center website
Mount Sinai Department of Urology
Offering comprehensive facilities for evaluation and treatment of all conditions that involve the urinary tract in men, women and children, including sexual and reproductive function in men.
Mount Sinai Hospital
Website detailing comprehensive information about the 1,171 bed teaching hospital offering the most advanced inpatient and outpatient care
National Infertility Network Exchange
A National not for profit organization for persons and couples with impaired fertility, and the professionals that serve them. NINE supports the decision of legal and medical means to build families as well as the decision to remain childfree.
NY LifeSpring LLC
NY LifeSpring LLC seeks to match women who cannot or should not conceive children using their own eggs with healthy, well-balanced, young women who wish to donate. They specialize in finding Jewish donors.
OBGYN.net – The Universe of Women’s Health
A physician reviewed service offering medical professionals, women and industry a home for publishing, accessing information and global interaction.
Helps women navigate pregnancy and maternity insurance options
Established in 1990, the Puah Institute has helped thousands of couples suffering from infertility by providing access to a network of professionals that can assist them in building a family. Puah Institute professionals assist couples with medical concerns and relevant halachic questions, and provide guidance to the general public through a wide variety of lectures, seminars and training courses. Guidance professionals within the network include rabbis, physicians, healthcare providers and couples, all of whom share the common goal of raising awareness about reproductive health issues from both social and medical perspectives.
Assisting people in resolving their infertility by providing information, support, and advocacy
A leading infertility testing laboratory that RMA of New York utilizes for sperm DNA decondensation (SDD) and sperm DNA fragmentation assay (SDFA).
Sakura Lifesave Associates
Organization that helps patients from around the globe access state-of-the-art medical care for reproductive procedures
A useful guide for infertility resources
Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
Primary organization of professionals dedicated to the practice of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) in the United States. Collects and publishes success rates and information of all U.S. fertility clinics.
Society for the Study of Male Reproductive Medicine (SSMR)
Dedicated to encouraging the study, elevating the practice, and improving the quality of care of the subfertile male.
What Every Woman Should Know About Fertility and Her Biological Clock
An informative book written by Cara Brittieri, an award-winning television reporter, discussing the woman’s reproductive life and effect of age on fertility, and more importantly informing the reader as to how she can assess and take control of her fertility.
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