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Boston IVF - The Arizona Center to Host Fertility Cocktail Hour on Thursday May 19th at the Saguaro Hotel Scottsdale for Women Who Wish to Learn About Their Fertility
It will feature Dr. Jesse Hade of Boston IVF - The Arizona Center (http://www.bivfaz.com) and cover a wide-array of topics, including how age and infertility are related, when to see a fertility doctor, what options are available to LGBT individuals, and more.
Over cocktails and appetizers, Dr. Jesse Hade, of Boston IVF - The Arizona Center, will give a short presentation and answer questions about age and fertility, egg freezing, LGBT options, and a variety of available treatments available today.
"Unfortunately, for many couples (1 in 6) the road to pregnancy isn't always easy," said Dr. Hade, who is also the center's Medical Director.
"Most couples don't seek help with their fertility issues, but with events like these, they are able to gather vital information they may need to start a family."
Fertility parties have become more popular in the last two years, giving women a casual opportunity to ask personal questions alongside others who are also experiencing similar issues.
"On the East Coast, these types of parties are happening frequently," said Dr. Hade
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Dr. Jesse Hade Joins Staff at Boston IVF - The Arizona Center
Dr. Jesse Hade, MD, FACOG, has joined the staff at Boston IVF - The Arizona Center, a leading fertility center in Scottsdale, Arizona -- and a partner of Boston IVF.
He began seeing patients on November ...
The women called out "False," prompting ...
The women called out "False," prompting Dr. Jesse Hade to quip, "All the positions are the right positions."
A smiling man in a Prussian blue suit and yellow tie, Hade, a specialist in reproductive endocrinology, obstetrics and gynecology, got serious quickly.
"As long as you can have intercourse, you can get pregnant."
was right back to the jokes: "It's like Lotto, you've got to be in it to win it."
answered that females are born with 1.5 million viable eggs, only about 10,000 of which are still good at age 40.
"One good egg leads to one good kid," said Hade
and Kubicki then launched into a scripted run-through of commonly asked questions, covering the science, finances and emotional choices in what's called "fertility extension" or sometimes "fertility preservation."
described this as a "very minimally invasive procedure, using a very small needle.
A few women laughed, thinking he'd made a joke.
In Arizona, the process costs anywhere from $9,500 to $12,000, but these costs can vary, up to $50,000.
They're unlikely to be covered by insurance.
After each answer from Hade, the publicist invited women to ask questions.
When they did, Hade
told each that her
question was great.
took several minutes to explain how this was unlikely.
took more than five minutes to respond, running through odds of viable eggs and of healthy embryos.
talked about the difference between one or two rounds of hormones and egg retrievals versus 10 to 15 rounds.
talked about thaw and success rates, "For every six eggs a woman gets under age 34, one blastocyst will be implanted that will be chromosomally normal and that will have a 35 percent chance of implantation..." He
talked about false hope, and counseling, and how much in dollars and time might it be worth to improve a woman's odds of improving her
It was a non-answer.
wasn't being evasive.
was likely covering for a lack of data.
Watch as CBS 5 interviews ...
Watch as CBS 5 interviews Dr. Jesse Hade at our "Fertility al Fresco" egg freezing party at Del Frisco's Grille
Dr. Jesse Hade
Featured in Huffpost Video Segment on Genetic Incompatibility
People say, "opposites attract," but what if your differences go beyond your spending or cleaning habits?
Couples with genetic incompatibilities can have difficulty achieving or maintaining pregnancies or may have offspring with serious genetic abnormalities.
explains some of the reasons genetic testing is important in this HuffPost piece.
Read the inspiring Huffington Post essay penned by a former patient of our Scottsdale fertility specialist, Jesse Hade, MD!
11 Nov 2014
Dr. Jesse Hade, MD Joins Our Scottsdale Fertility Center
Read Yahoo's press release announcing the addition of Jesse Hade, MD to our Scottsdale, Arizona fertility center staff!
Jesse Hade, MD, FACOG, ...
Jesse Hade, MD, FACOG, Reproductive Endocrinologist
On behalf of the physicians and staff at Boston IVF - The Arizona Center, we welcome Jesse Hade, MD to our fertility team!
Dr. Hade joined Boston IVF in October 2014 and is available five days a week for new patient consultations.
and our Scottsdale team provide personalized, comprehensive care to each of his
comes to us via Neway Fertility
, a leading NYC fertility clinic, and has 15+ years of experience in treating individuals and couples with fertility problems.
Board certified in both Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility and Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dr. Hade is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), and the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI).
He graduated from New York Medical College in 1994 and completed a residency in OB/GYN at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
was selected as Chief Fellow of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Program at UCLA Medical Center