Entries by Rebecca Rice

Integrating Acupuncture and Conventional Infertility Treatments

The natural progression of the advancement of medicine is found in the inclusion of more avenues of treatment.  This is seen at our CNY Healing Arts Center in Latham, NY.  Here conventional infertility treatments occur on the first floor while the second floor holds a serene and nurturing space providing holistic therapies like acupuncture and […]

2012 ART Procedure Success Rate Report

CNY Fertility Center [#0443] Clinic Summary Report: Total Cycles:  2714 [table id=42 /] [table id=43 /] [table id=44 /] Verified by:   Medical Director Robert J Kiltz M.D. Fresh Embryos From Non-Donor Oocytes [table id=45 /] Thawed Embryos From Non-Donor Oocytes [table id=46 /] Donor Oocytes (all ages) [table id=47 /] Current Clinic Services and Profile  [table […]

July 16th, 2013: Egg Donors Cycling & Available to Additional Recipients

At CNY Fertility Center, with locations throughout NY State, we help to facilitate many donor cycles in a given year. We’ve found that providing a weekly update to our current Recipient Clients, and potential Recipient Clients, regarding Egg Donors cycling in the upcoming months to be very beneficial. Below you can see a list of […]

DHEA Supplementation May Boost Fertility and IVF Success

Women diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure, and those who are poor responders to fertility treatment cycle medications may benefit from DHEA supplementation to improve IVF outcomes. DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a naturally occurring hormone secreted by the adrenals, and to a lesser extent, the testes and the ovaries.   Scientists have concluded that some […]


Relevance of Inositol and Choline Supplementation for Women with PCOS

Inositol is a biological compound related to the vitamin B complex group.  Its actions in the body include: the formation of cell membrane integrity, the transportation of fats from the liver, and the activation of serotonin receptors.  In short, inositol’s physiological roles are especially important for those with diabetes, high or imbalanced cholesterol, PCOS, and […]