Dr. Lamb talks fertility treatment on the Creating a Family podcast.
Finding the right doctor for evaluation and care for recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) can be quite the process. Providers go into medicine to care for people, and they want the best for their patients. But the fact remains that miscarriages make many provide
Preparing for your first visit with a provider to discuss miscarriage and recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) can be stressful. Here are some tips for before and after the visit.
Dr. Shahine was on KOMO news last night to discuss the risks for twins with fertility treatment and PNWF's recommendation for one healthy baby at a time.
PNWF and Dr. Shahine were recently featured in a KOMO News story about a mother who honors her micarried children with tattoos.
RPL patients are more likely to have signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety. Here are some support and wellness resources for patients struggling with RPL.
If you’re planning to see a fertility doctor, you’ll get the most out of your visit if you come prepared. This list of questions is a great thing to take along with you to your next visit—and don’t forget to bring something to take notes with!
It was especially important to me that I was able to talk with both my doctor and the embryologist before and during our cycle. Every person I met with made me feel like I was the most important patient they had. IVF statistics are a good measure of success, but they are not everything. It is hard to measure the warmth of the feeling I got from the staff at PNWF at each visit to the clinic.