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My wife and I would like to have a child, however, she has had a hysterectomy, and is only left with one ovary. She is 42, and I`m 39. We would like to use an egg from her, and sperm from me, and we have a friend located in MD that is willing to carry the baby for us. What do we need to do to get started without having to pay a surrogacy clinic outrages amounts of money? We have no idea of where to start. The woman that is willing to carry our child for us is currently pregnant, and due in June, how long after she has the child do we have to wait to have her carry ours? Thank you..
I had tubal reversal but did not work out so well. They told me I had no distal potion of tube L. What does that mean? does that mean they repaired my other tube?
I'm a 34 year old female. I had my tubes clamped during my c-section 5 years ago. I am remarried now and I would like my clamps removed so I could become pregnant. We were wondering if financing would be possible. We also would like to know what the procedure would cost.
My tubes were cut and I would like to have a baby what is the most best way and cheaper way to have one what is the best opcion
Dr. Ziegler has lectured at national meetings and contributed to numerous publications regarding human reproduction and fertility treaments.
- Infertility (IVF) Specialists
- Medical degree: University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (Des Moines IA)
- Internship: Union Hospital Affiliate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of the New Jersey Hospital System
- Residency: Medical Center of Delaware
- Christiana Hospital
- Fellowship: University of Vermont
Dr. Ziegler completed a three-year fellowship specializing in reproductive medicine and surgery at the University of Vermont in Burlington. While in Vermont, he had the opportunity to work with nationally known specialists in IVF and ICSI.
During fellowship, he was involved in establishing the first Egg Donor program in the state. Even after completing fellowship, he continued to work with the residents and fellows at the University and facilitated completion of multiple research projects.
Since returning to New Jersey, Dr. Ziegler started the first egg donor program based in Monmouth and Ocean counties, offering some of the highest success rates in New Jersey. He holds faculty positions at both teaching institutions in Monmouth County; Monmouth Medical Center and Jersey Shore University Medical Center (an affiliate of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center) and works with both teaching institutions to organize continuing medical education programs to all medical professionals.
During his three year fellowship, Dr. Ziegler received several awards for his presentations at the national meetings of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Gynecologic Investigation. These presentations focused on stimulation protocols, age – related fertility treatment and uterine blood flow. He recently received teaching accolades from Jersey Shore University Medical Center and has recently authored numerous articles and abstracts in the field of Reproductive Medicine.
- Tri Beta
- National Biological Honor Society
- Sigma Sigma Phi
- National Osteopathic Honor Society
- New Jersey Medical Society
- New Jersey Osteopathic Medical Society
- American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- Delaware Medical Society
- Delaware Osteopathic Medical Society
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Our Center offers Fertility Financing Options.