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Due to the recent rise and concern of Coronavirus, we are taking every measure to protect our patients. In addition to following CDC guidelines, please note that we will only be allowing new or active female and male patients in our facility at this time. For any upcoming procedures, we will only allow one escort for transportation into the facility.

We are now offering virtual consultations through ferTELEty©, Kofinas Fertility Group's telemedicine program!


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George Kofinas

Read about the treatment philosophy of founder and medical director of Kofinas Fertility Group in New York, Dr. George Kofinas.

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How Do Depression & Anxiety Affect Fertility & Pregnancy?

Jan 13, 2020
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy, Topic: Men's Fertility
Mood disorders are fairly common around the world.  In fact, the U.S. population alone holds 19 million people who deal with anxiety and 18 million people suffering from depression. Not to mention, more than half of the individuals from either category deal with a mixture of both feelings, which...
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Should You Get a Fertility Cleanse?

Nov 30, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility, Topic: Men's Fertility
More women than you could ever imagine have gone through fertility issues on the road to trying to conceive. Because this is a common occurrence, you can take solace knowing that there are many comedy remedies. If you are trying to get pregnant, a fertility cleanse is one of the best steps you can...
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4 Things You Need to Know About Using a Surrogate Mother

Nov 27, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy, Topic: Surrogacy
You might be considering starting a family and the many options available out there. Did you know the process of intravenous fertilization has an estimated 65% success rate? And the success rate for women under 35 is nearly 60%. This means opting for a surrogate parent is likely to deliver...
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Can You Really Use Yoga to Get Pregnant?

Nov 20, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy
It’s no secret that yoga can do wonders for your physical well-being. Yoga’s many benefits include reducing blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and even pain. It’s also the sixth most commonly used complementary health practice among adults in the U.S. But what about using yoga to get pregnant?...
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5 Things You Need to Consider Before Donating Your Eggs

Nov 13, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Egg Retrieval
Fertility is something every woman thinks about. You’ve probably thought about and used some form of contraceptive in your life. You may have also daydreamed about motherhood. What about helping an infertile woman become a mother? Donating your eggs can help create a family for someone who wants to...
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Is There Really a Link Between Soy and Infertility?

Nov 6, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility
For vegans and vegetarians, soy is a staple part of a healthy diet because it provides much-needed protein. Without sufficient amounts of protein, you’re likely to experience muscle loss, fatigue, low sex drive, anxiety, and depression. If you’re trying to have a baby, you’ve probably heard about a...
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5 Things to Expect When You Go for a Fertility Evaluation

Oct 26, 2017
Posted by: George Kofinas
Topic: Fertility
Have you ever wondered how much goes into ovulation? You might be surprised how much impact your lifestyle and environment have on your fertility. Infertility has a lot to do with genetics and hormones, but other physical factors contribute to a woman having trouble conceiving. The father could...
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