Written by an anonymous Shady Grove Fertility patient: I remember the dread, the sadness, the emptiness, the longing. I remember how it tore a hole in my heart. A hole that felt as though nothing but a child in my arms, finally, could repair. I remember how the days in
PRACTICE UPDATE: APRIL 28, 2020 UPDATED: MAY 12, 2020 Q: What services are currently available at SGF? A: New and established patients in need of the following may currently start or resume these services at select SGF Locations.* Virtual physician consultations Diagnostic fertility testing (ultrasound and bloodwork, hysterosalpingogram [HSG], semen
SGF offers the TTC community the following coping and thriving tips during these challenging times. We’re all in this together. Focus on what you can control. Eat well, keep up your exercise and other healthy habits, take breaks in the day for fresh air, and stay active, physically and mentally.
Gone are the days when a house call from a physician meant he or she shows up at the door. Using modern technology, SGF patients now have maximum flexibility and can continue progressing toward their goal of building a family, all while limiting travel, inconvenience, and delay. You asked for
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 19, 2020, but was last updated for accuracy on April 7, 2020. FAQ about Fertility Treatment at SGF during the COVID-19 Pandemic First and foremost, while the world grapples with an issue of enormous scale, our hearts go out to those who have been
When you’re pregnant, your body needs a variety of vitamins and minerals to support a healthy baby. Of course, we recommend a balanced diet, but when pregnancy symptoms such as nausea and food cravings prevent you from making healthy food choices, a prenatal vitamin can help bridge the gap. Shape.com
How far ahead can you plan for your next baby? Some people might have one child they’re breastfeeding while taking fertility drugs for the next one. But is this a good idea? Romper turned to board certified reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Andrea Reh, who sees patients in SGF’s Arlington, VA office,
Last fall, we introduced our community to Allyn Rose, a breast cancer previvor, well known women’s health advocate, former Miss USA and Miss America contestant, and full-time model. Under the care of Dr. Kate Devine, Allyn decided to go through IVF treatment and PGT-M to reduce the risk of having
Medical Contribution by Joseph Doyle, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Rockville, MD Office. The tick-tock of the biological clock has long been a source of stress for women who envision children in their futures. Thanks to advancements in reproductive science, women who want children (just not right now) have options.
We are proud to announce that eight D.C.- and Virginia-based fertility specialists have been named as Top Docs for Infertility by Northern Virginia Magazine. Each of the board certified reproductive endocrinologists provide best-in-class fertility care and offer a full range of diagnostic and treatment options for male and female infertility. This year’s honorees