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A Shift in Treatment Approach for Endometriosis

Andrea Reh, M.D. from the Shady Grove Fertility Arlington office discusses endometriosis in this short video. What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a common gynecological condition that affects many women during their reproductive years. To explain how endometriosis works, let me give you a little background. During a normal menstrual cycle, the lining

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ABC News: SGF Patient Becomes Sister’s Surrogate after Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Recently, ABC News featured an article on Shady Grove Fertility patient, Randi Fishman, and her unique story of surrogacy after a devastating re-occurrence of breast cancer. Fishman’s own sister, Erin Silverman, stepped in and elected to carry her child once she was finished having children of her own. After Fishman’s

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Should You Consider Egg Freezing Before Endometriosis Treatment?

How does endometriosis affect fertility? Endometriosis, which affects approximately 48 percent of infertile women, is a painful condition where the tissue lining the inside of the uterus grows outside of the uterine cavity. The tissue responds to your menstrual cycle hormones by swelling, thickening, and shedding to mark the beginning

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