Dr. Lora Shahine Wikipedia
Infertility is a silent issue dealt with by many couples and in many marriages. Although medical science and technology have attempted to solve this issue, many medical-infused pregnancies still fail. According to Dr. Lora Shahine, 1 in 4 1 in 4 clinically recognized pregnancies will end a miscarriage. The doctor battled infertility for years but ended up giving birth to two children. Now she is helping others understand infertility and miscarriage.
Dr. Lora Shahine Age and Husband
Lora was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in a family that never struggled with infertility. However, it took her grandmother 17 years to become pregnant with her first son. Lora married Omar Shahine on November 3, 2001. The couple struggled with infertility for more than 5 years. Through the assistance of medical technology, she was able to conceive two children: A boy and a girl.
Dr. Lora Shahine Education
Although her family does not have a history of medics, Lora learned from a young age that she wanted to help people in the medical field. Learning of her desire, she went to Georgetown University where she studied Biology. Lora later went to Wake Forest School of Medicine where she specialized in medicine. In 2002, she enrolled at the University of California where she did Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She was also a fellow at Stanford University for reproductive endocrinology and infertility. There she got research awards for her contribution to the medical field.
Dr. Lora Shahine Career
Lora started serving as a Resident Physician at UCSF where she provided medical care, trained medical students, and wrote research people on the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2009, she became a clinical instructor at the University of Washington where she mentors students on reproduction and infertility. Lora is also a physician at Pacific Northwest Fertility and IVF specialists. She provides care for patients with infertility, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, recurrent pregnancy loss, premature ovarian insufficiency, and other reproductive endocrinopathies.
Lora is also active on social media. She has used Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube to reach to her audience, which needs her services. She has 299.4 followers on Tik Tok, 59.8K on Instagram, and 1.92k subscribers on YouTube. Lora educates her audience on Egg Freezing, Cannabis and Women’s Reproductive Health, the Cause of Miscarriage, and a guide to baby-making sex. She also clarifies myths and misconceptions regarding infertility, miscarriage, and sex.
She also started a Baby or Bust Podcast where she discussed matters of infertility, miscarriage, and abortion. Lora has also interviewed Dr. Shanna Swan, Dr. Cappy Rothman, Eloise Drane, and Dr. Paul Turek.
Dr. Lora Shahine Net Worth
When Lora is not working, she loves spending time with her husband, children, and family. From a person who struggled with infertility, now Lora is a mother of two children. She helps other mothers to go through periods of grief after miscarriage. Lora participates in the community by mentoring students and teaching upcoming medical practitioners. She is also part of Babyquest, a non-profit organization that helps people access fertility treatment costs. Being a physician, Lora earns well. Together with her husband, Lora’s net worth could be approximately $30 million.