Althea O’Shaughnessy, MD

13 May
Althea O'Shaughnessy, MD

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Awards & Accomplishments

– 2010-2014 Castle Connolly Top Doctor
– Vitals.com On-Time Doctor Award
– 27 Years’ Experience in Infertility Treatment
– Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
– 40+ Papers and Presentations on Topics Related to Fertility and Conception


Patients Say…

Dr. O’Shaughnessy is the best doctor I have ever been to…and I have been to many for many different things. I never felt worried or scared, even in non-pleasant situations because I knew I was getting the best care out there. She is friendly, yet professional, and extremely knowledgable and helpful in every aspect that you need a doctor to me. She is a true asset to the medical field!

“My husband and I had a wonderful experience with Dr. O’Shaughnessy and her staff. From diagnosis, to treatment, and now to baby on the way. At other practices, you are one of many and may feel like a number, but with Dr. O’Shaughnessy, you get wonderful, personalized care.”

 

About Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy

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Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy is a seasoned Reproductive Endocrinologist with 27 years’ experience in the field, 19 of which she served as Medical Director of her own clinic in New Jersey. She is a native of New York and completed her schooling, residency, and fellowship in the Northeast.

Dr. O’Shaughnessy has been recognized by her peers and patients as an outstanding and compassionate physician and lives by a philosophy of personalized care. In her own words:

“Throughout my years of practicing as a Reproductive Endocrinologist, taking the time to educate patients about their diagnosis and discussing various treatment options that are tailored to their specific needs has been central to the way I deliver quality medical care.”  

Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy is part of the SIRM fertility clinic in New York.

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8 Comments

  • enemosa azuka larry says:

    please doctor, i and my wife needs your assistance to have another baby, our child is now 7 years and we have tried our possible best to have another baby for 7years now to no avail, we are nigerians,please kindly use your experience to assist us.
    i look forward to hearing from you ma.

    • Geoffrey Sher says:

      When confronted with repeated “unexplained” IVF failures where morphologically good embryos were transferred, the question arises as to whether the problem is due to inherent egg/embryo “incompetence” (which usually equates with an irregular chromosomal configuration [aneuploidy]) or whether it is due to an implantation dysfunction. The younger the woman and the higher the quality of available embryos (preferably blastocysts), the less likely it is that the fault lies with embryo “incompetence” and the greater is the likelihood that it is due to underlying implantation dysfunction.
      The most common causes of implantation dysfunction are:
      a) A “thin uterine lining”
      b) A uterus with surface lesions in the cavity (polyps, fibroids, scar tissue)
      c) Immunologic implantation dysfunction (IID)
      Implantation dysfunction (anatomical or immunologic) is a common cause of repeated “unexplained” IVF failure with good embryos. This is especially the case in young ovulating women who have normal ovarian reserve and have fertile partners. Failure to identify, typify, and address such issues is, in my opinion, an unfortunate and relatively common cause of repeated IVF failure in such women.

      Please go to the home page of IVFauthority.com. When you get there look for a “search bar” in the upper right hand column. Then type in the following subjects into the bar, click and this will take you to all the relevant articles I posted there.
      1. “An Individualized Approach to Ovarian stimulation” (posted on November 22nd, 2010)

      2. Ovarian Stimulation for IVF: The most important determinant of IVF Outcome” (Nov. 2103)

      3. “Agonist/Antagonist Conversion Protocol”

      4. “Immunologic Implantation Dysfunction” (posted on May, 10th and on May 16th respectively.

      5. “Thyroid Autoimmune Disease and IVF”

      6. “Embryo Implantation………” (Part-1 and Part- 2—-Posted August 2012)

      7. “Traveling for IVF from Out of State/Country– The Process at SIRM-Las Vegas” (posted on March, 21st 2012)

      8.“A personalized, stepwise approach to IVF at SIRM”; Parts 1 & 2 (posted March, 2012)

      9. “IVF success: Factors that influence outcome”

      10. “Use of the Birth Control Pill in IVF”

      Consider calling 702-699-7437 to arrange a Skype with me so we can discuss your case in detail.

      Finally, perhaps you would be interested in accessing my new book (recently released). It is the 4th edition (and a re-write) of “In Vitro Fertilization, the ART of Making Babies”. The book is available through “Amazon.com” as a down-load or in book form. It can also be obtained from most bookstores.

      Geoff Sher

      P.S: Please go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp3GYuqn2eM&feature=youtu.be
      To view a video-tutorial by Linda Vignapiano RN, Clinical Manager at SIRM-Las Vegas.

      Important Announcement:

      Dr Al Peters (Medical Director at SIRM-New Jersey), and I ,recently established the “SIRM Reproductive Immunology Forum(SRIF) which will provide a venue where you can address and hopefully find solutions to problems relating to Immunologic Implantation dysfunction (IID) that often manifest with “Unexplained” infertility, IVF Failure and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL..

      To this end we established http://www.InfertilityImmunology.com , a dedicated website where you can:
      • Register with SIRF
      • Request and receive (free of charge) a PDF copy of our book: “Unexplained” Infertility and Miscarriage : The Immunologic Link”
      • Be kept abreast of what is current in the IID arena
      • Post questions for Dr Peters and I to respond to and,
      • Interact with other patients on a separate discussion board dedicated to this.

      We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Flocka says:

    Thank you for you answer Dear Doctor.
    Does that mean that there is no way to treat such condition?

    Thank you!