Infertility Treatment Specialist
Dr. Eric Daiter writes the infertility tutorials offered by The New Jersey Center for Fertility
and Reproductive Medicine in plain and simple language.
Each tutorial also includes several custom made drawings by Dr. Eric Daiter to illustrate difficult concepts.
Photographs taken by Dr. Eric Daiter (predominantly of gynecologic abnormalities identified and
treated during one of his surgeries), radiologic studies (mostly ultrasounds, hysterosalpingogram films,
and MRI films), and photographs taken through a microscope (including sperm cells, eggs and embryos
at different stages of development, and tissues obtained at surgery) are also included in many of the tutorials.
Dr. Eric Daiter has compiled many frequently asked questions over the past 15 years in practice as a
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility expert and hundreds of these FAQs are presented as anonymous
case illustrations within the tutorials.
The information within these tutorials is intended to be solely educational. The knowledge and competence
that the viewer may expect to develop within the complex medical field of infertility is not a substitute
for the medical education that physicians obtain during their medical curriculum and training.
With this in mind, many couples are able to effectively use the knowledge that they gain about human
reproduction to guide them through the difficult (and often expensive) process of obtaining medical (infertility) care.
Infertility practices may have very different approaches to patient care.
At The New Jersey Center for Fertility and Reproductive Medicine there is a strong emphasis on traditional
medicine, where a series of diagnostic tests determine the range of causes for the fertility problem and
treatments are designed to specifically correct those identified causes. If a number of different treatments
are warranted, the less invasive and less expensive treatments are usually suggested first and then the more
involved treatments can be considered if the initial treatments do not successfully result in a pregnancy.
The New Jersey Center for Fertility and Reproductive Medicine does not use highly complex and very expensive
treatments like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) as a panacea ("cure for all that ails you"). Generally, less
than 15% of our patients require IVF to successfully achieve a pregnancy.
If you prefer the traditional approach, which may allow restoration of your reproductive potential, or if you
have not been successful with In Vitro Fertilization (as an attempt to bypass your existing problems), then you
should consider a consultation with Dr. Eric Daiter at The New Jersey Center for Fertility and Reproductive Medicine.
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The New Jersey Center for Fertility and Reproductive Medicine and Eric Daiter, MD applaud and encourage the
efforts of nonprofit groups that provide emotional and educational support to couples suffering with infertility.
Fertility is often taken for granted.
Most of us grow up expecting that we will be able to establish a family soon after deciding to do so.
Therefore, when a couple discovers an infertility problem each partner may feel devastated, a loss of control,
cheated, or even ashamed. There is a process of grieving that the couple may need to work through when a fertility
problem is identified. Learning about infertility and how modern medicine can diagnose and treat certain problems
often allows one to regain a tremendous amount of control.
Two of the best nonprofit support groups available to you are INCIID (the InterNational Council on Infertility
Information Dissemination) at http://www.inciid.org and RESOLVE
(the largest and oldest patient advocacy organization providing education, emotional support and advocating on
behalf of those experiencing infertility) at http://www.resolve.org.
If you find the information contained in these infertility tutorial websites helpful and would like to make a
financial contribution to support these sorts of efforts, then please consider making a charitable donation to
either INCIID or RESOLVE.
Consumers' Research Council of America adds Dr. Eric Daiter to their list of America's Top Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Dr. Eric Daiter has been chosen by the Consumers' Research Council of America to be listed in their Guide to America's Top
Obstetricians and Gynecologists for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. For more information on this organization visit
Consumers' Research Council of America.
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