Following male orgasm, sperm are ejaculated after traveling rapidly in sequence through the vas deferens duct, the prostate gland, and the urethra. The vas deferens must be patent to allow… Read more »
There’s no doubt that after the diagnosis of infertility kicks in, there are many emotions. There are resources available to help you through your journey starting from the moment you are diagnosed.
Visiting a fertility specialist (also known as a Reproductive Endocrinologist or RE) for the first time can be a time of mixed emotions ranging from being nervous to being excited and many patients wonder what to expect during their first visit.
During the time of a pandemic we need to balance the right to reproductive care, with what is best for public health.
Does it seem like awhile that you have been trying to get pregnant to no avail? Sher Fertility Institute New York’s fertility expert, Sergio Oehninger, MD, PhD, will discuss when you should think about when considering IVF.
Sher Fertility Institute New York has seen many veterans suffering from infertility, and a lot of it clearly emanates from the wounds, both physical and psychological, that were inflicted upon them during their service.
Has it been difficult for you and your partner to get pregnant? Wondering if you or your partner might be infertile?
We are proud to announce a valuable addition to our clinical team, Samantha Meserati, as our new Ultrasonographer. Samantha has been working in the field of Ultrasonography
for close to a decade. Her experience and caring nature, makes Samantha a great fit for our team and our patients.
We want to say “Thank You” for 15 great years of service to NYC and looking forward to treating patients for many years at our New York fertility center.
At Sher Fertility Institute New York, we have the best fertility doctors in NYC, and our IVF doctors treat patients in all areas related to infertility.