In the Media

In the Media

In the Media

See the latest media articles featuring Dr. Joseph Sgroi.

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What is a fertility diet?

I recently spoke with Body +Soul all about the ‘Fertility Diet’ and how consuming a well-balanced diet can help improve your odds of becoming pregnant.

Looking after yourself when trying to conceive is very important.

It is not all diet – keeping active is good for your body and can also reduce your stress levels, which can then improve your chances of getting pregnant.

Head over to Body+Soul to read the article.

Implantation bleeding

There are many reasons women may experience bleeding while pregnant and there can be a lot of confusion about it.

I recently spoke with Kidspot all about the ins and outs of what it may (or may not) be when it comes to implantation bleeding.

Part of this conversation was based around the importance of talking to your health care professional when you have any concerns and not relying on Dr Google.

Head over to Kidspot to read the article.

Palace news – is it triplets?

We congratulated Megan and Harry on their wonderful baby news and chatted about age and how it relates to pregnancy.

The question that everyone is asking now is… Will it be a multiple birth?

I spoke to New Idea about the changes in the body and how normally for a single baby that the size in centimetres relates to the number of weeks.

“For twin and triplets, this, of course, would be much more, with the size several centimetres bigger.

Read all the details at New Idea

Vaginal scraping – unnecessary!

There has been a lot of talk about Vaginal Scraping after Mel B revealed that she underwent the procedure when speaking to the Guardian.

There is absolutely no need to get this treatment as your vagina replenishes itself. Cells in the lining of the vagina will replenish on their own – and in a very short space of time.

I spoke with Mamamia about the procedure and how it is not only unnecessary but can cause harm


Read all the details at Mamamia

Take time, take a break

Taking a short break to refresh is great for everyone’s health.

One of the most important things to myself and my amazing team is being here for my patients.

Whether that is a chat in the waiting room as we learn more about you and your family or being on

standby for emergencies and baby deliveries.

I am on call 24/7.


I recently had a chat with the Herald Sun about taking lunch breaks and what it means in my practice.

Recent studies have shown that just 28% of workers take a lunch break.

“The nature of my business means I’m pretty flat out during the course of the day, so lunch breaks, unfortunately, might not be available to me… the most important thing is to take those small, short breaks, even five minutes just to sit down, relax, collect your thoughts and recuperate.”

Read more about it here…


World first – baby carried by two mothers

In a world first, a baby has been  ‘carried’ by two mothers.

The process which is similar to IVF, involves fertilising eggs with sperm in a lab, incubating them, and transferring the resulting embryos into the uterus. Through this,  an American same-sex couple has been able to share the experience of carrying their baby.

“… I think any contribution is awesome.” says Dr Joe.

Not something that is currently available in Australia, however, Dr Joseph Sgroi says “I think it’s technology that we’d no doubt investigates for the future,”

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