Thank You From One Of Our Patients

Patient Thank You

We received this incredibly kind note from one our patients. It not only touched all of our hearts but reminded us all why we do what we do. In the words of our patient, “thank you for helping us become the family we could not become on our own.” May the kind words from one […]

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Fertility Centers of New England Exhibits at RESOLVE New England’s Annual Conference

RESOLVE of New England Conference 2017

Fertility Centers of New England is proud to be an exhibitor at RESOLVE of New England’s 24th Annual Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices and Adoption Conference on Saturday, November 4th. This is the largest consumer fertility conference of its kind in the United States connecting patients with the resources they need. Since 1974, RESOLVE New England […]

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Guidance for Providers Caring for Women and Men Of Reproductive Age with Possible Zika Virus Exposure

Guidance for Providers Caring for Women and Men Of Reproductive Age with Possible Zika Virus Exposure

In September 2016, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) issued new guidance for providers caring for women and men of reproductive age with possible Zika Virus exposure. The guidance was for providers that addressed the care of non-pregnant patients desiring pregnancy. This document, now updated, is based on new information, including the recent MMWR […]

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FCNE Proudly Supports RESOLVE’s Walk of Hope

The Fertility Centers of New England proudly supports RESOLVE and RESOLVE New England’s Walk of Hope. On Sunday, September 17th, the Fertility Centers of New England will walk to support the infertility movement and all patient’s in the journey to becoming parents. RESOLVE’s Walk of Hope is a 1-mile, all ages awareness and fundraising event […]

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Thank You From One Of Our Patients

Patient Thank you

We help patients fulfill their dreams of becoming parents. When we receive a thank you from one of our patients it always reminds us why we do what we do. We hope by sharing the kind words from one infertility patient can give inspiration and hope to another. “I want to thank you very much … and […]

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Welcome Dartmouth-Hitchcock Patients

Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Fertility Centers of New England understands the difficulty in finding trusted providers and help in having a baby. We thank our colleagues at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Infertility Services for the care they have provided to the NH and Vermont communities. Fertility Centers of New England happily welcomes patients from the Upper Valley, and points North. Our […]

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Dr. Hill Named Top Doc in Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment by NH Magazine

dr joseph hill

The Fertility Centers of New England is proud to announce that our own Dr. Joseph A. Hill has been recognized by his peers in NH Magazine as one of the leading Reproductive Endocrinologists and Infertility Specialists in the NH 2017 list of Top Docs. “We feel fortunate to count Dr. Hill among our team of […]

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Fertility Centers of New England Named 2017 Cigna Infertility Center of Excellence

Cigna

The Fertility Centers of New England is proud to announce that we have been designated as a Cigna Infertility Center of Excellence. The Cigna Center of Excellence recognizes participating infertility centers that meet or exceed rigorous performance standards. “It’s an honor to be designated a Cigna Infertility Center of Excellence,“ said Fertility Centers of New […]

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Zika Virus Could Cause Infertility in Men

zika virus infertility

A study just published in the scientific journal NATURE found that Zika virus could cause infertility in men. The study showed that mice infected with Zika had shrunken testicles, low testosterone levels and low sperm counts. These findings according to researchers are most likely irreversible since infected cells within the testicles are destroyed. Whether Zika […]

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CDC Released Updated Zika Virus Guidance for Women

Zika virus CDC

The CDC released updated Zika virus guidance for women undergoing fertility treatment. Women and men with possible exposure to Zika virus but without clinical illness consistent with Zika virus disease should wait AT LEAST 8 weeks after exposure to attempt conception. Possible exposure is defined as travel to or residence in an area of active Zika virus […]

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