Feb 16, 2024
Have you had the awful experience of miscarriage even after transferring a chromosomally normal embryo?

Dear Future Moms,

I hope you're doing well despite the challenges you face on your journey to parenthood. It's not easy, and I understand the rollercoaster of emotions that come with it. I've been treating those faced with fertility challenges for 27 years in New York City.

I want to address a situation that many of you may unfortunately be familiar with: the heartbreak of miscarriage following a seemingly perfect embryo transfer. You've done everything right – transferred a chromosomally tested embryo that received the green light via PGT – only to experience the devastating loss before 12 weeks. And when you turn to your doctor for answers, you're often met with the phrase, "bad luck."

There's no such thing as "bad luck" regarding failed embryo transfers. Behind these heartbreaking outcomes, frequently hidden, undiagnosed conditions are at play. We’ll help you determine what these are and how to treat them.

When you're ready to take a deeper dive into getting pregnant via an East meets West approach and gain a thorough understanding of why miscarriages may occur—even with good embryos, and how to prevent these from reoccurring hopefully—I encourage you to schedule an appointment with us at The Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness.

We're more than fertility acupuncturists – we're dedicated diagnosticians passionate about unraveling the complexities of fertility challenges. We're here to offer you a chance and the opportunity to uncover the answers you seek. And a baby.

Give us a chance. Give yourself a chance.


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With warm regards,

Mike Berkley, L.Ac. Founder and Director, The Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness