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Albany IVF offers free fertility tests to those looking to build their families

Sperm fusing with egg.
Sperm fusing with egg.
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Albany IVF (in-vitro fertilization) will be offering a number of free tests and consultations to new patients looking to “build their families” in celebration of their new affiliation with Boston IVF. Those who make appointments by March 5th, will be given a free mini-consult or second opinion as well as an Anti-Mullarian Hormon (AMH) test to help determine the amount of eggs the woman has in her ovaries, as well as “how fast her biological clock is ticking.” Combines cost of these services would normally run about $200.

Albany IVF has been a leader in fertility care serving patients in the Albany area since 1997. Founded by the late D. Peter Horvath, and currently led Medical Director and Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. Steven Bayer, services there include IUI (intrauterine insemination) and IVF (in vitro fertilization), donor egg and donor sperm, tubal reversal, male and female fertility testing, reproductive surgery and more.
In the meantime, more than 50,000 babies have been born through Boston IVF's pioneering research since 1986, including the “first IVF/ICSI baby in New England, the first donor egg pregnancy, and the first birth in Massachusetts to result from a frozen egg.”

Readers in around Albany interested in scheduling a free consult, second opinion or AMH can contact Albany IVF, 399 Albany Shaker Rd., Loudonville, NY 112211 855-339-1994 or go online to Albany IVF.com.