Dr. Lauren Roth, who sees patients in SGF’s Frederick, MD, Rockville, MD, and Silver Spring, MD locations, shares her best recommendations for women who are planning on starting a family later on in life. Dr. Roth also answered questions such as the following: Does stress really affect fertility? Can weight and lifestyle choices affect your
Category: Trying to Conceive
Medical Contribution: Eric A. Widra, M.D. March 19, 2021 Dear Valued Patient, Shady Grove Fertility continues to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommendations in response to COVID-19. Practice leaders examine the implications
Tori and Chris thought they were the only ones faced with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and infertility when they came to Shady Grove Fertility. With the care and support from Dr. Eugene Katz at SGF’s Towson location, Tori and Chris quickly learned that many couples struggle with infertility, too. But
“How do I get pregnant faster?” is a question that many women ask. The moment you decide you want to ‘start trying’ for a baby is also the moment you want it to actually happen. The popular website, The Bump, turned to SGF’s own Eric Levens, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Fairfax, VA office, for
If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, SGF Atlanta’s Medical Director, Dr. Desireé McCarthy-Keith, shared on The Suga podcast how it’s healthy to ask for help. Dr. McCarthy-Keith joined the hosts for a candid conversation about the basics of reproduction and the actions women who are struggling with infertility can take.
There are so many expectations, so many expectations and so many shocks, in this life. There’s the expectation that the universe understands and supports your plans. The expectation that good things come to good people. The expectation that your story will be normal, like your friends, your family, your neighbors,
For some couples, a month is all they need to see those double pink lines. Yet for others, it takes longer and sometimes involves undergoing fertility treatment. On average, one in eight couples of reproductive age will need help in order to conceive. The factors influencing conception are multifaceted, but
Could drinking really affect your ability to conceive? Should you avoid it altogether? HuffPost turned to Shady Grove Fertility’s, Dr. Ryan Martin, who sees patients in SGF’s Warrington, PA office, to answer common questions surrounding alcohol and fertility in both men and women. The Breakdown Of surveyed Americans, more than
Medical Contribution by: Rebecca Chason, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Annapolis, MD office. In 2000, “Oops!…I Did It Again” topped the charts, “American Beauty” took home an Oscar, Bill Clinton sat in the Oval Office and the average first-time mother was 24.9 years of age. Many things have changed since
A complete audio guide to IVF with Dr. Brauer of Shady Grove Fertility New York.