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News Article | April 25, 2017
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This year’s theme, “Listen Up!” aligns well with Shady Grove Fertility and RESOLVE’s mission to raise awareness about infertility and encourage those affected to take action.(PRWeb April 25, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/ShadyGroveFertility/2017NIAW/prweb14272280.htm


News Article | May 15, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility has more babies born than any other fertility center in the nation, is the largest IVF program in the United States, and was also the first fertility practice to create an IVF guarantee program known as Shady Grove Fertility’s Shared Risk 100% Refund Program. The program was developed 25 years ago by Shady Grove Fertility Co-founder, Michael J. Levy, M.D., specifically to help patients who are often faced with a difficult dilemma when undergoing fertility treatment—continue with fertility treatment at the risk of being left without a child and no financial savings. This unique program provides patients with the opportunity to pay a flat fee for up to six IVF or donor egg cycles and any subsequent frozen embryo transfers. If the patient does not take home a baby, she receives a full refund. Of the total 15,000 Shared Risk participants, 82 percent take home a baby. In the absence of insurance coverage, the goal of this program is to offer a solution for patients who want to pursue treatment without having to bear the financial burden should treatment not be successful. Patients are not obligated to complete all treatment cycles available in the program, and can stop treatment at any time and receive a 100% refund. Offering such a program is one of the many factors that have led Shady Grove Fertility to become the largest IVF program in the country. Approximately 90% of applicants are accepted into the program. “In the last 25 years, 15,000 patients have enrolled in our Shared Risk Program and about 5,000 (35%) have delivered a baby on their first attempt. Over 1,000 patients who delivered a baby on their first cycle returned for further treatment and selected the Shared Risk program again,” states Dr. Levy. In the past 25 years, the practice has performed over 60,000 IVF cycles and, of those cycles, 25% were Shared Risk. The vast majority of the patients who did not participate in the Shared Risk program had partial or complete insurance coverage. In an analysis of over 8,000 embryo transfers performed in 2016, the practice transferred an average of 1.24 (76% were single embryo transfer, or eSET) embryos per cycle that resulted in a 12% twin rate. “Our rate of single embryo transfer [and subsequently our low multiple pregnancy rate] is higher than the national average, with no difference in the number of embryos transferred in fee for service versus Shared Risk patients,” comments Levy. With advances in technology, eSET has allowed patients to have a healthy singleton pregnancy while significantly lowering the risks associated with multiple pregnancies without comprising chances of success. “Our golden rule is to always do what’s best for the patient. The ‘patient comes first’ is the core of our practice and the reason that we developed financial programs such as Shared Risk—to make treatment affordable and accessible for everyone in the hopes of making people’s dreams of parenthood a reality,” says Levy. About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 39 physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | May 17, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility praises New Jersey for signing into law legislation that provides more inclusive and expansive fertility coverage for New Jersey residents. The new law reduces the waiting period for in vitro fertilization (IVF) coverage from 2 years to 1 year for women under age 35, and from 1 year to 6 months for women over 35. The new law also requires the State Health Benefits Program and School Employees Health Benefit Plan to provide this expanded insurance coverage. The law also now includes single women and women in same-sex relationships. The changes are in line with the definition of infertility as provided by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Previously, the New Jersey law required women to be trying to conceive for 2 years prior to being eligible for coverage. This additional year brings undo financial and emotional burden for couples trying to expand their families. “Seeking proactive help to diagnose and treat infertility provides patients the best opportunity to overcome infertility and build their family,” says J. Ryan Martin, M.D., board-certified reproductive endocrinologist at Shady Grove Fertility in Bala Cynwyd, PA. RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association estimates that at least 400,000 people could benefit from this additional coverage. “We applaud New Jersey for its inclusiveness in infertility coverage, and we continue to work with other states in an effort to expand access to infertility coverage. New Jersey serves as a model for meeting the needs of families today,” says Barbara Collura, President/CEO, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 39 physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | May 30, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility and the Cade Foundation will host the annual Maryland Race for the Family on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Maryland. Shady Grove Fertility physicians, staff, and current and former patients will join together at this event to celebrate and spread the message that, with early intervention, there are treatments now available to help almost everyone conceive. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a 5k run, a 5k walk, and a 1 mile Family Fun Run. “The Maryland Race for the Family is a great opportunity to come together with patients and staff to support the infertility community and raise funds to help families in need,” said Frank E. Chang, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Rockville, MD, office. Registration is currently available for the Race for individuals and teams. Registration includes complimentary zoo access, as well as access to the raffle to win $10,000 that will go towards fertility treatment, provided by Shady Grove Fertility. Registrants are encouraged to participate in fundraising initiatives to give back to the community. All proceeds from the event fund Family Building Grants that help others afford the costs associated with fertility treatment or adoption. To date, there have been 74 grant recipients and 53 babies born. The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation’s Family Building Grant is an annual award that provides up to $10,000 to infertile families. These grants assist with the costs associated with infertility treatment or domestic adoption. One of these grants is designated the Savannah Grant. Established in 2010, the Savannah Grant was created to provide up to $10,000 for a Shady Grove Fertility patient pursuing IVF treatment. This grant is in honor of Savannah Caroline Pereira, an SGF baby who tragically passed away in March 2010. The next deadline to apply is July 1, 2017. The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of families battling infertility through education, outreach, and grants that help couples pay for infertility treatment or domestic adoption. In the past decade, through events like the Race for the Family, Shady Grove Fertility and the Cade Foundation have raised $760,570 that is used to raise awareness and to support the local community. About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 39 physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | June 5, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility, the largest fertility center in the United States, with more babies born than any other fertility center in the nation—continues to remind the community through its educational events that there are now treatments available to help nearly everyone conceive. The goal of Shady Grove Fertility’s online and in-person events is to provide attendees with the most up-to-date information about fertility health and seeking treatment so they can make educated and informed decisions about taking the next step. All events—either virtual or in-person—conclude with a question and answer session with a physician expert allowing attendees to get their personal questions answered. “What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting” is the new name of the practice’s most popular ongoing event series. The event covers a variety of topics and walks attendees through the different touchpoints that are relevant to many people on their fertility journey. The physician host will address who should see a fertility specialist, what to expect at your first appointment, how fertility is diagnosed, treatment options, and financial programs that are exclusive to Shady Grove Fertility. “The fear of the unknown is what prevents many people from scheduling an initial consultation with a fertility specialist. What our event is intended to do, is alleviate the fear of seeking help from a fertility specialist and provide attendees with all of the information they need so they can feel confident in taking that next step,” says Dr. Stephanie Beall of Shady Grove Fertility’s Towson, MD and Columbia, MD locations. Dr. Beall will be hosting the in-person “What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting” event on Wednesday, June 7 in Towson, MD. The biggest question patients have when deciding to pursue fertility treatment is “Can I afford it?” Shady Grove Fertility has one of the largest insurance networks and accepts over 30 insurance providers. Of these plans, 70 percent of patients have some level of fertility financial coverage for treatment and close to 90 percent have coverage for their initial consultation. For those patients without insurance coverage, Shady Grove Fertility has developed six unique financial programs to help ease the cost of treatment, so that building a family is affordable and accessible to all. The Financial Options Webinar on Wednesday, June 21 will address how to navigate insurance and provide attendees with information about Shady Grove Fertility’s discount and guarantee programs, grants, financing, medication discounts, and more. The Patient Financial Team will also discuss their role in each patient’s fertility journey and how they guide them through the financial process. The end of the presentation will conclude with a live question-and-answer-session where participants can get their questions answered. While all SGF in-person and online events are complimentary, interested parties must register to attend by visiting the Shady Grove Fertility calendar of events. Upcoming June Seminars June 7 | Fair Oaks, VA | Wellness Center: Fit to Be Fertile | Meghan Sylvester, RDN, LDN June 7 | Towson, MD | What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting | Dr. Stephanie Beall June 7 | Rockville, MD | What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting | Dr. Joseph Doyle June 8 | Chesterbrook, PA | What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting | Dr. Isaac Sasson June 17 | Columbia, MD | What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting | Dr. Joseph Osheroff June 22 | Reading, PA | What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting | Dr. Kara Nguyen Upcoming June Webinars June 8 | Webinar | Is it time to see a fertility specialist? | Dr. Shruti Malik June 14 | Webinar | Out-of-State Donor Egg Treatment | Dr. Jason Bromer June 15 | Webinar | Become an Egg Donor | Egg Donor Liaison Team June 20 | Webinar | What Your Menstrual Cycle Says about Your Fertility | Dr. Andrea Reh June 21 | Webinar | Financial Options | Patient Financial Team June 27 | Webinar | I need to see a fertility specialist. Now what? | Dr. Ricardo Yazigi June 29 | Webinar | Egg Freezing | Dr. Kate Devine About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 35+ physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | June 1, 2017
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The number of women completing egg freezing cycles at Shady Grove Fertility has increased by 83 percent since 2013. According to a new report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more women in America are having children in their early 30s than in their late 20s. As this trend increases, so has the number of women freezing their eggs. Age is a leading factor of infertility for women and couples who wish to have a baby. As more women are starting their families later in life, those who don’t proactively plan for the future find themselves with fewer options in regard to family building options. Egg freezing—an elective fertility preservation option offered at Shady Grove Fertility—allows women who want to bring home a baby (or babies) someday but are not ready to build their family just yet, an option to preserve their fertility for the future. The Egg Freezing Program at Shady Grove Fertility continues to make advancements to meet the needs of patients as the popularity of egg freezing continues to progress. In 2014, Shady Grove Fertility launched the first flat-fee financial program, Assure Fertility, providing patients with the best chance of freezing the recommended number of eggs to have a baby. This financial program was developed in conjunction with the findings of the recommended number of eggs to freeze, which is based on age, ovarian reserve, and egg thaw data. Determining the correct number of eggs to freeze is based on survival rates during the freezing and thawing processes, as well as the probability of each egg resulting in a baby, which is largely based on a woman’s age. An advantage of being the largest fertility center in the country, Shady Grove Fertility has ample experience using the highly sensitive techniques of both freezing and thawing of eggs. Shady Grove Fertility’s Egg Freezing Program offers financial programs that allow patients to freeze the recommended—and backed by scientific data—number of eggs. SGF’s unique financial program, Shared Risk 100% Refund Program for Returning Egg Freezing Patients, offers a guarantee of taking home a baby or a 100% refund. The program also offers a two-step process that helps women determine if egg freezing is right for them based on their current fertility potential. Advancements such as these are just a few of many pioneered by Shady Grove Fertility, and all of which have afforded more women the opportunity and ability to confidently make the decision to freeze eggs. Fertility centers that perform more egg freezing and subsequent in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles that result in successful pregnancies have better, more reliable data to help patients make the best decisions for their family. As leaders in the field of reproductive science, Shady Grove Fertility continuous to be at the forefront of research and technology, which has allowed the practice to compile data for pregnancy outcomes in women returning to use their frozen eggs. “Being able to give women who are contemplating freezing their eggs actual data, based on such extensive, unique research, is reassuring for both myself, as a clinician, but also for prospective patients,” explains Dr. Joseph Doyle of Shady Grove Fertility’s Rockville, MD office. About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 35+ physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit shadygrovefertility.com


News Article | June 22, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility physician, Dr. Eric Levens, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine lead efforts to have the American Medical Association House of Delegates adopt a resolution to designate infertility as a disease. Experts from leading health organizations including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) have designated infertility a disease, and as of the recent 2017 AMA Annual Meeting, the American Medical Association (AMA) agrees. Infertility impacts 15 percent of couples of childbearing age from conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to term. Eric D. Levens, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Annandale, VA location, sees patients every day who suffer through the often invisible pains of infertility. This motivated him to write the resolution, gain support from co-sponsors including the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and American Urology Association (AUA), and testify on behalf of ASRM before the AMA House of Delegates. It is expected this new designation will have a wide-reaching impact on a patient’s ability to receive the medical care needed to treat infertility as well as receive insurance coverage for that care. Currently only fifteen states–including Maryland and New Jersey–mandate insurance coverage for infertility treatment, but the scope of coverage can vary greatly based on state, insurance company, and individual plans. “My hope is that with greater access to the necessary health care, patients are able to make better decisions regarding their medical treatment and do not take on additional risks such as multiple embryo transfers,” explains Levens. “We applaud the American Society for Reproductive Medicine for their work in sponsoring a resolution that was adopted by the American Medical Association, finally designating infertility as a disease,” says Barb Collura, President and CEO, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. “This is a critically important step in getting insurance coverage for infertility as we know this type of AMA designation paved the way for other diseases to be accepted as medically necessary and covered by insurance. We have a great deal of work to do but having the AMA designation will help our efforts to ensure everyone has access to the care they need and deserve to build their family.” About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 35+ physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | May 24, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility, the largest fertility center in the United States, raised their voice on Capitol Hill and joined infertility advocates from RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association for Advocacy Day on May 18th in Washington, D.C. The collective mission of Advocacy Day is to raise awareness among members of Congress about the prevalence of infertility in this country and the need for increased insurance coverage and benefits that allow for more family building resources. Over 246 advocates from 30 different states including Shady Grove Fertility’s Drs. Gilbert Mottla, Jason Bromer, Arthur Sagoskin, CEO Mark Segal and many others met with members of Congress to discuss the need to provide patients greater access to fertility care. “Whenever I visit Capitol Hill I feel the strength of our democracy and get just a bit of a chill walking between buildings in front of our Supreme Court and Library of Congress,” said Gilbert Mottla, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Annapolis, MD office. “At Shady Grove Fertility we support our patients by speaking up and making our voices heard. Having a family is a basic human right and Shady Grove Fertility continues to make parenthood possible for couples all over the world.” One of the bills discussed was the Women Veterans and Families Health Services Act, which provides wounded veterans in the line of duty with access to reproductive treatments and adoption assistance. The original bill, which was passed after the efforts of 2016 Advocacy Day, provides IVF coverage for 2 years, but it’s Shady Grove Fertility’s mission to advocate for making this coverage permanent. Dr. Jason Bromer, of SGF’s Frederick, MD and Hagerstown, MD offices, shared the story of his patients, injured war veteran, Kevin Jaye and his wife Lauren, who went through two rounds of infertility treatment in order to have a baby. With the help of Dr. Bromer, the Jayes grew their family and made their story known by advocating for coverage for all veterans injured during service. As a Visionary Partner of RESOLVE and a sponsor of Advocacy Day, Shady Grove Fertility asked members of Congress to support three important issues this year that affect the infertility community, including: •Support: The Women Veterans and Families Health Services Act that allows veterans to obtain IVF, adoption assistance, and other family-building benefits. •Support: The Adoption Tax Credit Refundability Act, which restores refundability so that families who need the credit the most will receive it. •Oppose: The Personhood Bill, which, if passed, could hurt the safe and effective practice of IVF, infertility research, and fertility treatment. This was the first year RESOLVE added opposition of the Personhood Bill to the Advocacy Day agenda. Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 39 physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | June 12, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility, the largest fertility center in the United States, with more babies born than any other fertility center in the nation, continues their mission to educate the community about infertility by providing access to resources and information to help individuals and couples overcome infertility. In addition to the 13 events already on the practice’s June educational events calendar, SGF has added two additional webinars on common topics of concern for those who are trying to conceive: PCOS, the most common ovulatory disorder that affects the ability to conceive, and getting started. “When first considering or starting fertility treatment, many questions abound. What type of treatment is best, will it work, how will I afford it, how can I fit treatment info my life? Our Getting Started webinar is intended to address some of these common patient questions and concerns and help to set minds at ease about taking that first step in seeking help from a fertility specialist,” says Eugene Katz, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Towson, MD office. Dr. Katz will be hosting the Getting Started webinar on Thursday, June 22 at 12:00 p.m. Accounting for nearly one-third of all infertility diagnoses in women, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common ovulatory disorder in women of reproductive age. “While PCOS has visible signs and symptoms, there is no one size fits all, which is why women with irregular or absent menstrual cycles should seek help from a fertility specialist sooner if they are having trouble conceiving than what is typically recommended for an initial evaluation, says Naveed Khan, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Leesburg, VA and Dulles-Aldie, VA offices. Dr. Khan will be hosting the PCOS webinar on Wednesday, June 28 at 12:00 p.m. Among the benefits of attending an SGF educational event is direct access to the practice’s physician experts. Attendees have the opportunity, in person or virtually, to ask the physician questions at the conclusion of each event. While all SGF events are complementary, interested parties must register to attend by visiting the Shady Grove Fertility calendar of events. Remaining June Webinars: June 14 | Webinar | Out-of-State Donor Egg Treatment | Dr. Jason Bromer June 15 | Webinar | Become an Egg Donor | Egg Donor Team June 20 | Webinar | What Your Menstrual Cycle Says about Your Fertility | Dr. Andrea Reh June 21 | Webinar | Financial Options | Patient Financial Team June 22 | Webinar | Getting Started | Dr. Eugene Katz June 27 | Webinar | I need to see a fertility specialist. Now what? | Dr. Ricardo Yazigi June 28 | Webinar | PCOS | Dr. Naveed Khan June 29 | Webinar | Egg Freezing | Dr. Kate Devine About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 35+ physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.


News Article | May 9, 2017
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Shady Grove Fertility, a respected leader in the fertility community, announced that Sunita Kulshrestha, M.D., FACOG has joined the Shady Grove Fertility team in Waldorf, MD. Dr. Kulshrestha offers patients more than 17 years of experience successfully treating patients with infertility. For the past several years she has been part of the Shady Grove Fertility practice outside of Philadelphia, PA. “This is such a fulfilling and exciting time to be in the field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility with the tremendous scientific advances and high treatment success rates. I feel privileged to be a Shady Grove Fertility physician and be able to help individuals and couples create life and build their families. I enjoy developing close relationships with my patients and my favorite moment is sharing in their joy when they first see their baby’s heartbeat on a pregnancy ultrasound.” Dr. Kulshrestha graduated with honors from both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She then completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Virginia and her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and subspecialty board certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. Her expertise is in diagnosis and treatment of infertility, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), donor egg treatment, and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). Dr. Kulshrestha has earned numerous awards and repeated honors including being a Main Line Today ‘Top Doctor’, Northern Virginia Magazine Top Doctor, America’s Top Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a Washington Post Superdoctor. Dr. Kulshrestha will be providing patients in Waldorf, MD with a full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options for female and male infertility, as well as fertility preservation and elective egg freezing. She is seeing patients in the Shady Grove Fertility Waldorf, MD office. About Shady Grove Fertility Shady Grove Fertility is a leading fertility and IVF center of excellence offering patients individualized care, innovative financial options, and pregnancy rates among the highest of all national centers. 2016 commemorated 25 years of Shady Grove Fertility providing medical and service excellence to patients from all 50 states and 35 countries around the world, and over 40,000 babies born—more than any other center in the nation. Today, 39 physicians, supported by a highly specialized team of more than 700 Ph.D. scientists, geneticists, and staff care for patients in 19 full-service offices and six satellite sites throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Shady Grove Fertility physicians actively train residents and reproductive endocrinology fellows and invest in continuous clinical research and education to advance the field of reproductive medicine through numerous academic appointments and partnerships such as Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the University of Maryland, and the National Institutes of Health. More than 1,700 physicians refer their patients to Shady Grove Fertility each year. For more information, call 1-888-761-1967 or visit ShadyGroveFertility.com.

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