Our greatest priority at Kofinas Fertility Group is helping you start the family of your dreams — not just with our genuine compassion, but also with as little inconvenience and financial burden as possible. Our low-complexity therapies are generally our first-wave attempt at helping people with relatively uncomplicated fertility cases achieve a healthy pregnancy. These therapies are less expensive and less invasive but can still be very effective at helping you conceive.
To maximize your chances of an optimal outcome, we typically use our main low-complexity fertility therapies — intrauterine insemination (IUI) and ovarian stimulation — together.
In many cases, a condition that causes infertility can be treated surgically. Or, to put it more succinctly, there are many cases where surgery is necessary to offer the best chances for conception, pregnancy and childbirth.
Kofinas Fertility Group offers comprehensive treatment for all fertility issues, including issues that require surgical care. Whether it be for a condition that affects men or women, our team is highly experienced with reproductive surgeries to maximize your chances of conception. Depending on your specific condition, a custom surgical plan is developed for you.
Egg freezing (officially known as “oocyte cryopreservation”) works by bathing your harvested eggs in a solution that prevents ice crystals from damaging them. We then place your eggs in plastic vials and freeze them in liquid nitrogen in a process called “vitrification.” Frozen eggs can be stored for weeks, months or even years, and then transferred to your uterus or that of a surrogate mother.
Many women who have been unable to conceive, but who want to experience motherhood, turn to egg (oocyte) donation. Egg donation is the process whereby a woman donates eggs that can be used for you to achieve pregnancy. It is highly successful for treating women who struggle with fertility. Egg donation can be recommended in cases of:
At Kofinas Fertility Group in New York, one of the many services we offer is genetic testing. Genetic testing is a test used to examine and evaluate your DNA (the chemicals that carry instructions for your body’s functions) to explore any changes or alterations in the genes that could cause an illness, disease or developmental delays in your child.