The Difference Between Getting Pregnant At 35 With Dr. Shannon ClarkSep 09, 2021
Want to know the difference between getting pregnant at age 35 or older?
Whether you like it or not, age can bring up some complications with fertility, pregnancy, and delivery.
And my guest today, Dr. Shannon Clark, is going to guide you through understanding the risks and the myths!
Shannon is a double board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist focusing on the care of women with maternal and/or fetal complications of pregnancy and a contributor on ACOG's new book, Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month.
In this conversation, Shannon is going to cover ALLL things concerning advanced maternal age and how it affects your pregnancy as the babies after 35 EXPERT that she is.
One of the most eye-opening quotes that Shannon brought up during our interview was, "Just because your pregnancy is high risk doesn't mean you're risk is high."
*Every pregnancy is different!*
Beautiful, you have to be realistic, informed, and empowered to understand what could happen in the pregnancy and act accordingly... So it all starts with educating yourself to become better prepared.
I can’t wait for Shannon to teach you the ins and outs of advanced maternal age pregnancies… so click play >>HERE!<<
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Shannon M. Clark, MD, MMS, FACOG is a double board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist focusing on the care of women with maternal and/or fetal complications of pregnancy. After finishing medical school at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in Louisville, KY, Dr. Clark completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. During her first year of residency, she realized her passion for taking care of women with complicated, or high-risk, pregnancies and subsequently pursued a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Masters in Medical Science at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX, where she is a Professor with roles as a clinician, researcher, and educator.