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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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Endometriosis Q&A with Dr. Erika Johnston: What You Need to Know

Sharecare, a digital health company, recently interviewed Dr. Erika Johnston of SGF Richmond about the key facts about endometriosis and what she wants every woman to know. Endometriosis is a diagnosis common among girls and women in their reproductive years. It is a condition in which endometrial tissue (tissue that

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Lena Dunham’s Endometriosis Diagnosis Story, All Too Familiar

Endometriosis Awareness Month To shed light on endometriosis and the women who suffer from it, the month of March commemorates Endometriosis Awareness Month. As Lena Dunham described the mystery of her menstrual pain over the years and the inability of countless physicians to accurately diagnose the condition, millions of other

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Frederick Magazine’s “Fertile Hope:”How Fertility Treatment Can Help Couples Conceive

Most couples don’t ever expect that they will have trouble conceiving. But 1 in 8 couples will experience infertility, and an increasing number are using fertility treatment to help them conceive. The author of Frederick Magazine’s article “Fertile Hope,” interviewed Jason G. Bromer, M.D., and two Shady Grove Fertility patients

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Fertility Facts: Laparoscopy can help diagnose infertility.

Fertility Fact: Laparoscopy can help diagnose infertility. What is a laparoscopy? Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure a fertility specialist uses to look at your uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and other pelvic organs. It can be used to identify fibroids, scar tissue, endometriosis, and/or blocked tubes, all of which can cause

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