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About markseigel

I'm an ObGyn with offices in Rockville and Germantown, Maryland. Our modern practice includes electronic medical records, advanced ultrasound, and in-office procedures. We offer gynecologic services, as well as normal and high risk obstetrics. I have three great partners, Drs Emily Gottlieb, Bailey Cannon, and Jennifer Jagoe. We are part of George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates. I enjoy reading, swimming, and blogging.

COVID-19 OBGYN Update

In Montgomery County, Maryland we are heading into an expected surge in infections with the Covid-19 virus. We are trying to make everyone safer by following these precautions: If you are having symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath: … Continue reading

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COVID-19, an OBGYN Perspective

COVID-19 was first recognized in Wuhan China. It started in December 2019 with one case and by the end of two months it had grown to over 70,000 cases. As of early March it has been diagnosed in over 100,000 … Continue reading

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Closing the Orgasm Gap

Statistically, women report fewer orgasms than men. A study in orgasm frequency of US adults showed heterosexual men usually orgasmed during intimacy (95%) followed by gay men (89%), bisexual men (88%), lesbian women (86%), bisexual women (66%) and heterosexual women … Continue reading

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Are Hormones for Menopause Safe?

I recently attended the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical Meeting and heard an excellent talk from one of George Washington University’s Professors, James Simon MD. The talk was inspirational! He spoke about a very important topic, “The … Continue reading

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Introducing Dr. Jennifer Jagoe!

We are very pleased to announce that our practice has grown. As you can see in the picture, we now have four doctors in our practice! Dr. Jennifer Jagoe, pictured on the left in the above image,  has joined our … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Dos and Don’ts

Pregnancy is a great time, an exciting time, but it’s also a time of endless questions. Women have access through social media, television, print media, Internet searches, and their friends to much information about pregnancy, but sometimes it can be … Continue reading

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Should I have a birth plan?

by Bailey K. Cannon, MD We get this question a lot. You may have heard about birth plans from your friends, the internet, or even the hospital. What is a birth plan? It is a document that states your wishes … Continue reading

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Finding Breast Cancer

One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The longer someone has breast cancer before it is detected, the more difficult the treatment becomes and the worse the odds of survival. One of the best ways … Continue reading

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Long or Short, Which is Better?

A study was just released which will be coming out soon in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ajog.2016.08.033 ). It looks at two different groups of reversible birth control methods, long acting and short acting. Long acting … Continue reading

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Long or Short, Which is Better?

A study was just released which will be coming out soon in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ajog.2016.08.033 ). It looks at two different groups of reversible birth control methods, long acting and short acting. Long acting … Continue reading

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