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April 5, 2016
WHAT’S MY FERTILITY? A NEW SCREENING CAN HELP
Literally Darling
The most popular article I’ve ever written is called 30 And Not Pregnant: How my biological clock is freaking me out. My first article published on Huffington Post was about how badly I want to give my parents a grandchild. Needless to say, I’ve got babies on the brain (not at the forefront—I mean, I very much enjoy my travel and weekends drinking—but like, that annoying little voice back there all the time when I’m trying to make decisions).
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Dec 1, 2015
Fertility matters: Embrace motherhood with a new test
WonderWoman.in
Premature ovarian ageing (POA) affects more women than we can imagine. With the rising trend of late marriages and a case of bad lifestyle, many women are facing fertility issues. The mushrooming IVF clinics are anything but a sign of complications many young couples face to have a baby. Wouldn’t it be great if women could find out whether they need to freeze their eggs to avoid any complications later. Well, it’s possible, now.
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November 30, 2015
The Centre For Human Reproduction In New York Designs ‘What’s My Fertility’ Test That Identifies Premature Ovarian Ageing In Young Women

Korea Portal- Czarelli Tuason
New York-based Centre for Human Reproduction recently designed a fertility test, known as “What’s My Fertility” that is directed towards identifying premature ovarian ageing (POA) in young women in order to prevent the heart-breaking issue of infertility, reported Telegraph on Sunday.
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November 25, 2015
What’s My Fertility For Late Pregnancy
Healthaim- Jaylaxmi Trivedi
With increasing number of women opting to have babies later in life, due to their personal reasons, it has been found that many end up not able to conceive at all. Possible reasons are that these women are well past their fertility age. A recent innovation has come to rescue of those who will make such decision henceforth.
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November 25, 2015
Family affairs with Susan Hetherington (plastic cup and sultana test)
ABC Brisbane- Spencer Howson (Pod cast)
Egg timer- A new $100 blood test offered by a New York fertility clinic can now tell women aged 18- 35 if they have a low egg-count. The test will also reveal if the woman is at a future risk of developing premature ovarian aging (POA)
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November 24, 2015
New Fertility Test Gauges How Long Before Women Run Out Of Eggs
Tech times- Katrina Pascuul
There are women who lose eggs prematurely and at an accelerated pace, becoming at risk for infertility. Now a new screening aims to help detect this problem early on.
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November 23, 2015
New Fertility Test Will Warn Women If They Are Running Out Of Eggs
The Peak- Kevin Lim and Sonia Sidhu
One in 10 women suffer from premature ovarian ageing which can make motherhood impossible if left too late. As a woman in her 30’s and hopes of being a mother one day, I admit, it’s something that has run through my mind before. When I heard there’s a new way to find out if you’re at risk of running out of eggs, I felt a little bit of relief.
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November 23, 2015
New test gauges women’s fertility factor
Times Live
Women hoping to become mothers can now check if they are at risk of running out of eggs prematurely with a new test designed to end the heartache of infertility.
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November 23, 2015
This new fertility test can warn women if they’re running out of eggs
Science Alert- Bec Crew
These days, many women are hoping to have children later in life, but this brings with it the looming pressure of waning fertility once you hit 31. While some women have no trouble conceiving well into their late 30s and early 40s, others have to seek out alternatives such as IVF, and even then, they can experience varying levels of success.
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November 23, 2015|
Should Women Be Given Fertility Tests From The Age Of 25?
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We’re bombarded with headlines about fertility declining with age and now pioneering gynaecologist Dr Michael Dooley, says we need to start having fertility checks at 25 years old if we want to conceive naturally. But is it really necessary? Two writers go head to head… “Yes, We Need To Know Our Options” argues Radhika Sanghani, 25, a journalist and author of Virgin
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November 23, 2015
New Test Assesses Women’s Fertility Factor, Warns If Eggs Are Running Out
International Business Times- Guneet Bhatia
Unlike men who produce sperms throughout their lives, women only have a limited number of eggs. To help women assess the number of eggs they are left with, a team of researchers at the Centre for Human Reproduction in New York has designed a new fertility test.
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November 22, 2015
New women’s FERTILITY test will show how long they’ve got to be a mum
Mirror- Piers Eady
Women who want to become mums can now check out their fertility status with a new £65 test. American doctors have designed “What’s My Fertility” for women aged between 18 and 35. It lets them know if they are at risk from premature ovarian ageing (POA) – a condition one in 10 have which means they will have fewer eggs than average for their age.
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November 22, 2015
Women who are thinking about delaying their family can now take a £65 fertility test to check their egg count
Daily Mail- Sara Malm
A new blood test promises to calm women worried about the fertility by revealing if they have a low egg-count. The test, offered by a New York fertility clinic, screens women aged 18-35 for future risk of developing premature ovarian aging (POA).
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November 22, 2015
New fertility test warns women if they are running out of eggs
Daily Telegraph- Sarah Knapton
One in 10 women suffer from premature ovarian aging which can make motherhood impossible if left too late. Women hoping to become mothers can now check if they are at risk of running out eggs prematurely with a new test designed to end the heartache of infertility.
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November 16, 2015
New fertility test may completely change your reproductive plans
Sheknows Ally Hirschlag
If you’re in your 20s, getting pregnant may be the last thing on your mind. However, if you know you want children at some point, wouldn’t it be helpful to be informed about your ability to conceive?
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November 16, 2015
Can a New Screening Catch Fertility Issues Earlier?

KQUED Science- Dr Barry Starr
Around 10 percent of women may have a biological clock that ticks even faster than normal. These women, whose ovaries are older than their actual age because of something called premature ovarian aging (POA), often don’t know there are any issues until they are already having problems getting pregnant.
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November 13, 2015
This $98 Fertility Screening For Twentysomething Women Predicts How At Risk You Are For Premature Ovarian Aging

Bustle- Lara Rutherford-Morrison
About ten percent of women are affected by premature ovarian aging (POA), a condition that can make it difficult for women to conceive, especially once they enter their 30s.
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November 12, 2015
This $98 Test Could Change the Next 20 Years of Your Life
Cosmopolitan- Kira Peikoff
Like most women in their 20s, New York City resident Nikki K. didn’t worry too much about her fertility. She was set on getting ahead, first in the entertainment world, and then in sales and marketing. In her early 30s, she started dating the guy she thought she would marry. Everything in her life seemed to be falling into place.
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November 5, 2015
Will You Be Infertile?

mom.me – Amy Klein
You know how you always see older women who have babies and didn’t have any problems getting pregnant? That 38-year-old friend of your sister who just happened to get pregnant? Or your colleague at 41 who blinked and got knocked up?
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November 5, 2015
What Every Woman Should Know About Her Fertility
MindBodyGreen-Amy Klein
I know you: Your eyes glaze over when you see the word “fertility.” You blithely skip any articles mentioning “egg freezing” popping up in your news
feed or sent to you by well-meaning (read: worried) relatives (Hi, Mom!).
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November 4, 2015
“My Fertility” Screening Allows Early Detection of Premature Ovarian Aging

MedicalResearch.com Interview with
Dr. Norbert Gleicher, MD, FACOG, FACS
Founder, Center for Human Reproduction

Background: What’s My Fertility and the Center for Human Reproduction in New York, have announced the first screening for Premature Ovarian Aging (POA) in young women, based on new research that the FMR1 gene can be predictive of POA.
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November 4, 2015
A New Screening Test Can Help You Predict Your Fertility in the Future
Makers
Even if you’re not looking to start a family now, you’d probably like to know that your odds of getting pregnant later in life are good. But previously, unless you had a magic crystal ball, that was fairly impossible to tell. A new screening, however, is changing that.
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November 4, 2015
New Screen For Infertility Risk Launched
Medcareer news- Lindsey McCoy MPA
This week a new step in learning more about infertility was announced.  What’s My Fertility, an innovative infertility risk screening program, launched the first-risk screening for Premature Ovarian Aging (POA) in young women in eight states across the country.
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November 2, 2015
A New Screening Test Can Help You Predict Your Fertility in the Future

Glamour – Rachel Rabkin Peachman
Even if you’re not looking to start a family now, you’d probably like to know that your odds of getting pregnant later in life are good. But previously, unless you had a magic crystal ball, that was fairly impossible to tell.
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November 2, 2015
How to find out if you’ll be able to get pregnant in the future
Madame Noire- Jazsmine Denise Rogers
The scene from “Sex and the City” when Charlotte reflects on the effort she put into pregnancy prevention as a single woman–only to get married and learn that she has a 13 percent chance of conceiving– is an unfortunate reality that rings true for millions of women in the United States
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November 2, 2015
What’s My Fertility Releases the First Screening for Premature Ovarian Aging

The Fertility Chase
PR Newswire (press release)
NEW YORK, Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Today What’s My Fertility, an innovative infertility risk screening program, announces the launch of the first-risk screening for Premature Ovarian Aging (POA) in young women. What’s My Fertility is now available …
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November 2, 2015
New Fertility Screening Test Launched
WDJT – CBS Milwaukee- Christie Green
An infertility risk screening program for Premature Ovarian Aging in young women launched Monday, according to a press release.
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October 22, 2015
The Infertility Wake Up Call and the Power of Planning
Fertility Planit
The recent infertility tell-all by Tyra Banks and Chrissy Teigen, and subsequent #stopasking campaign are a much needed wakeup call for all: We need to change how, and most importantly, when we discuss infertility.
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What's My FertilityWhat’s My Fertility is an innovative infertility risk screening program based on a patented algorithm developed by the physicians and scientists at the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in New York City, one of the world's leading clinical fertility and research centers. What’s My Fertility screens young women for future risk of developing premature ovarian aging (POA), which affects 10 percent of all women and can lead to infertility.

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