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Shady Grove Fertility Center - Leesburg

Average: 3.2 (5 votes)5 1
Shady Grove Fertility Center - Leesburg
19500 Sandridge Way
Suite 280
Leesburg, VA 20176
USA

Summary

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Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania in Wayne, Pennsylvania performed 156 IVF cycles with fresh embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania 93 31 19 9 4 0 23.7 32.3 1 / 19 0 / 9 0 / 4 N/A


IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania in Wayne, Pennsylvania performed 170 IVF cycles with frozen embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania 102 35 30 2 1 0 46.1 40.0 26.7 1 / 2 0 / 1 N/A
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania in Wayne, Pennsylvania to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 90 donor egg cycles in that year; 42 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 48 cycles used frozen embryos from donor eggs.

Clinic Name Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%) Frozen Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%)
Shady Grove Fertility RSC of Pennsylvania 42 47.6 48 25.0

*Success rates can be manipulated and should not be used to compare fertility clinics

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I had a bad experience here. I won't get into all the gory details, but after two healthy babies and uncomplicated pregnancies, I have recurrent miscarriage, and was referred to SGF by my OB. Bottom line is I have no problem getting pregnant, but continue to have early miscarriages, which Dr. Kahn and his staff were aware of while I was a patient. I got the sense that they are not used to dealing with recurrent miscarriage but more with women who cannot conceive at all. This is why I'm assuming things were mishandled with me - I didn't fit the revolving-door cookie-cutter template for a patient. In my initial consult with Dr. Kahn, I told him I had no problems getting pregnant, just had a problem with early miscarriage. I specifically asked if I should hold off on trying to conceive so day 3 etc. testing could be performed first. He said, no that it wasn't an issue and to continue trying and if I did become pregnant, they would monitor me. So, I became pregnant and the nurse admonishes me that I need to complete my pre-screening testing under the assumption I would miscarry again. I did exactly what they told me to do. If they wanted me to get pre-screening done, they should have advised me to hold off on trying to conceive so all the testing could be completed. I'm doing what they tell me and am then admonished for it. Conflicting advice anyone? I was provided repeated inconsistent advice across Dr. Kahn and his nursing staff (specifically, Taylor), and was prematurely volleyed back to my OB. There was no path forward outlined if I did become pregnant other than they would monitor me, so as soon as I knew I was pregnant, I was immediately told to follow-up with my OB and contact SGF if I have another miscarriage. The whole reason I went there was for recurrent early miscarriage, I just find out I'm pregnant early, and then I'm immediately told to follow-up with my OB. What was the point? Where was the monitoring they spoke of in my first consult? What problem are they solving if I'm sent back to my OB? Thanks fertility puppy mill? Again, there was no path forward outlined if I did become pregnant. I was told after I found out I was pregnant at home not to use early home pregnancy tests anymore because the results are "clinically insignificant" when compared to blood tests. Please don't use words like that with a woman who has had three losses; every loss, no matter how early, is clinically significant to me. You're dealing with people's emotions, not dissecting sharks in anatomy class. And my three previous losses were all early positives, as were my two healthy sons. Until I found out I was pregnant and asked them why I was being volleyed back to my OB did they mention not to use early home pregnancy tests. Originally, had an 8:15 am lab draw scheduled, then they changed it to a 7:45 am lab draw scheduled to accommodate additional diagnostics, and then they changed it without informing me, so I showed up at 7:45 am for an ultrasound that wasn't scheduled. The nurse I dealt with was extremely clinical in her demeanor, callous, and suffered from compassion fatigue (i.e., someone who sees people suffering so often and on a revolving door that you lose empathy over time and exposure). Same one who said "clinically insignificant." The only good thing I can say is that she responded quickly to inquiries. I complained to the local office assistant manager (Tracey) and she completely dismissed my complaints, refused to acknowledge anything I said, didn't apologize except when saying she was sorry I misunderstood the nurse (which I didn't), and tirelessly defended the nurse I complained about throughout the entire conversation by saying she was surprised by what I was saying and that I had no right to form the opinion that I had (that's not paraphrasing, she actually said I had no right to form my opinion; which is wrong, you can form opinions very well after meeting someone one time). She didn't address my concerns about demeanor and lack of consistency and communication in my plan forward, and blamed me for any misunderstanding (again, there was no misunderstanding). The call ended tensely. I told her at the end, "I wish I felt better at the end of this call but I guess I'm not." I got the sense Tracey and Taylor are BFFs, so when I was complaining, she wasn't professional, my complaints were personal to her (e.g., illustrated by "I can't believe/I am shocked you think this...you have no right to form an opinion after meeting someone once..."). Here's a recommendation for Tracey when people call to complain: Be quiet. Listen. Don't speak over people. Apologize. Don't take things personally. Don't tirelessly defend wrongdoing. Offer next steps to address. Recognize the struggle of your patients.

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