Dr Amin Gorgy explains the facts helping women make an informed choice as to when to have children.
Women are constantly being defined by their reproductive decisions, Dr Amin Gorgy comments.
The debate continues and Dr Gorgy comments.
The ongoing debate on how old if too old to have a baby, Dr Gorgy comments.
Society judges women on their choice as to when to have children, Dr Amin Gorgy joins the conversation.
Dr Amin Gorgy sheds light on the conflicting advice to women when is the right time to have children.
Dr Amin Gorgy discusses the ideal age for women to have children.
Most British women believe it’s not right to have children after the age of 44 – Dr Amin Gorgy joins the debate.
How old is too old to have a baby? Dr Amin Gorgy discusses.
Further discussion into how old is too old to have a baby.
Further discussion following Janet Jackson’s announcement that she is having a baby – Dr Gorgy discuss the thought that 44 years old is too old to have a baby.
Carla Griscti discusses with Dr Gorgy women having children in their 40’s.
Dr Amin Gorgy comments on the PPUK Show survey results – women believing 44 is too old to have a baby.
Miranda McMinn discusses “So, how old is too old to have a baby?”, our Dr Amin Gorgy comments.
Dr Amin Gorgy comments on the announcement that Janet Jackson is over 40 and pregnant, and discuss the implications of age.
A competition to win tickets to The Private Pregnancy UK Show and a chance to see Dr Amin Gorgy speak at the event.
Dr Amin Gorgy from The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy explains the difficulties in becoming pregnant, and the factors that influence your ability to fall pregnant.
Announcement of The Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016 and the attendance of FGA.
A listing of what’s on in London, highlighting that FGA will be attending The Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016.
An entry highlighting the forthcoming Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016.
A calendar entry announcing The Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016.
Announcing the forthcoming Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016 and FGA’s attendance.
An announcement for The Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016.
The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy included in an announcement for The Private Pregnancy UK Show 2016
Miscarriages are relatively a common experience, Dr Amin Gorgy describes the most frequent causes and explains what can be down to prevent such devastating experiences.
Dr Amin Gorgy contributes to this useful guide to all things to do with fertility and the modern woman.
For the first time since records began, more babies have been born to over 35 years, than to those under 25 years – with the help of Dr Amin Gorgy, our Fran MacDonald took a Fertility MOT to understand her chances of conceiving later in life.
Dr Amin Gorgy helps to answer frequently asked questions by Marie Claire readers, giving the most up-to-date options for starting a family.
Topics covered include – egg freezing, infertility treatments and side effects, the impact of age on fertility, and the options for single women.
To celebrate National Fertility Awareness Week, Essex Baby spoke with Dr Amin Gorgy to understand how egg counting tests can give women a clearer idea of how fertile they are and what the results may mean for women planning a family.
The number of single women turning to sperm donors to have a baby has risen by a third in the last year. Dr Amin Gorgy discusses this trend and the boom in women having egg count checks.
88% of men carry their mobile phone in their pocket – Dr Amin Gorgy reveals studies suggest a negative impact of low-level electromagnetic radiation on sperm count, motility, normal morphology and viability.
Panicked by the headlines and feeling the pressure, women are pre-empting their own fertility problems, freezing their eggs their embryos and their expectations.
Has family planning gone too far? Women’s Health asked Dr Gorgy to join the debate.
MORE single women in their thirties are giving up looking for Mr. Right – and just opting for IVF.
Experts at London’s The Fertility and Gynaecology Academy say that the number of women coming in to fulfill their parenthood dreams without a partner is up by a third.
A new test costing just £200 is said to increase IVF patients’ chance of becoming pregnant by 80%. Wanting to know more, Huffington Post UK turned to Dr Gorgy for his expert opinion.
Everyone is talking about getting their eggs counted and learning about the quality of their ovarian reserve. Dr Gorgy explains that increased fertility awareness has played a big part and elaborates on the facts that all women should know.
Yearning for the patter of tiny feet? We asked Dr Amin Gorgy of The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy for his top tips.
The number of single women undergoing IVF has tripled in the last decade. LOOK meets the women choosing to make their family dreams come true on their terms.
Now more than ever, women are opting to have their egg count checked and their eggs frozen. Get The Gloss came to Dr Gorgy to find out more about this growing trend and what has made it such an important topic among women. It’s good to think ahead when it comes to fertility, and knowing more about one’s “fertility potential” is a good thing, he explains.
Seemingly whispered almost daily — a new popular question among young women is “should I get my eggs counted?” Dr Gorgy explains to The Guardian that the answer is most definitely yes. This snapshot into a woman’s fertility can only bring greater knowledge and understanding of what is happening, and what to expect.
The number of women opting to have their eggs counted has risen by 200% in the past year, so Grazia wants to know why. Dr Gorgy provides meaningful insight, explaining that many women could benefit from this painless and quick test.
Egg counting has become a more prevalent term as women are often becoming pregnant later in life. The Guardian turned to Dr Gorgy, who in this article explains that woman in their late 20s who are not ready to have a baby yet, should indeed have their eggs counted to garner a better understanding of their fertility.
If you are looking to become pregnant, there are a few simple life changes you make to help boost your fertility. In a recent Good Housekeeping article, journalists turned to Dr Gorgy for some tips and proven advice to up their chances.
The Daily Mail wanted to know: “Would you have your eggs counted?” Dr Gorgy provided the answer. In the past year, he has seen a 200 per cent rise in women coming to the clinic to determine how many eggs are left in their ‘ovarian reserve’. The higher the number of normal eggs a woman has, the greater her chance of having a baby.
Women have it tough – that’s nothing new. Pursuing a successful career and putting off starting a family can mean we’re set for fertility struggles later in life and if we start a family while young then there’s the chance we’ll never quite manage to catch up with our peers at work.
Lately the ‘egg counting’ test has been generating headlines, with reports that the number of women booking the procedure is on the rise. But what exactly is it, and is it something you should be looking at? Dr Amin Gorgy, fertility consultant at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy, explains the procedure, and highlights what to consider if you are thinking about getting your egg count tested.
New figures from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) show that this year there has been a 22% rise in the number of women choosing to go through IVF alone. The Telegraph turned to Dr Amin Gorgy for his thoughts on the ‘rise of the new solo mum’ – explaining that increasing availability of fertility treatment is providing ample opportunity for women.
Although widely recognised in the media, many women still are unaware of the benefits surrounding Egg Freezing. Good Housekeeping sought to answer some of these ‘unknowns’ with the help of Dr Gorgy, who in this article explains how it works, when you should do it and what exactly the benefits are.
Dr Gorgy provides expert knowledge regarding the benefits of egg freezing at an appropriate and beneficial age. From the hills of Hollywood to the offices of Facebook and Apple, it is happening – the inquiring minds at Grazia turn to Dr Gorgy for the answers to pressing questions regarding fertility, egg freezing and everything in between.
Did you know that something as simple as putting your cell phone in your pocket can cause sperm damage? In a recent Daily Mirror article, Dr Gorgy warns readers about the very real dangers of low-level electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on the sperm count, motility, viability and normal morphology.
Curious about the effects of phone radiation on sperm health? A worrying amount of men keep their phone in their pocket when on the go – but are they aware of the potential damage they may be causing? A surprising 63% of those surveyed didn’t know that phone radiation can damage sperm health. Our very own Dr Gorgy gives his expert advice on the topic in a recent press release.
Recent years have seen a significant surge in the number of professional women choosing to freeze their eggs with the plan of using them later in life — if or when they decide it’s the right time.
Our very own Dr Gorgy weighs in on the topic, explaining that there have been clear spikes in the number of women making inquiries about the procedure. Especially following the announcements by Apple and Facebook that they would help cover costs of egg freezing for staff as part of employee insurance benefits.
It’s been all over the news and hot in Hollywood this year — consuming placenta after childbirth is all the rage due to the “supposed” health benefits that come with it.
Advocates claim that hormones and nutrients, including oestrogen, progesterone, lactogen, iron, and oxytocin, are all retained through preparation and consumption. There is also talk that it may help reduce the chances of Postpartum Depression, reduce pain, and increase milk production and energy.
But what do medical experts think? Our very own Dr Gorgy weighed in on this popular topic on the Victoria Derbyshire Programme on BBC Two – refer to segment 1:36:20.
Ask An Expert: Webinar With Fertility Consultant Dr Amin Gorgy on Sunday.
The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy is excited to annouce that our very own Dr Amin Gorgy was the expert guest on a live Webinar for Private Pregnancy on Sunday. 5th October 2014.
5th October 2014.
In case you missed it, be sure to check out this highly anticipated Webinar and the comprehensive array of topics covered concerning Infertility.