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Fibroids & Fertility: What You Need to Know

FACT: 30-50% of women will develop fibroids during their reproductive years. Roughly ½ of these women will require surgery before menopause. The average age of first pregnancy is increasing in the United States. Fibroids larger than 3 cm have been shown to negatively impact the uterine cavity. Each week our practice receives referrals from gynecologists who send us patients in…

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Future Family – The Smart Way to Pay For Fertility Treatments

Future Family is the smart way to pay for fertility treatments. Our company was founded by Claire Tomkins (who personally went through IVF) with the goal of supporting fertility patients on their journey. Our customized loans are designed to save you time and money, combining all your treatment costs into one easy monthly payment. With our loans, you also enjoy…

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PREG Honors Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

1 in 4 women will experience the loss of a baby during pregnancy, delivery, or infancy. Approximately 1 in 160 pregnancies will result in stillbirth. Every October, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Month is celebrated to provide solace and support to families who have suffered the loss of a pregnancy or infant. At PREG, we extend our unwavering support to…

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You Are Not Alone

Sharon Merck, Financial Counselor, supports PREG patients, as she too is one in four. At PREG, we truly understand the heartbreak and emotions you’re facing along the way. Many of us have been where you are today. While we honor October as being pregnancy and infant loss awareness month, we know it’s not just a month for many of you;…

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Ending The Stigma: Raising Awareness and Support for Perinatal/Prenatal Mood Disorders, and the Mental Health Stigma Surrounding Infertility & Pregnancy Loss

Written by Haley Pollack, WHNP-BC at PREG Columbia Perinatal Mood Disorders and Infertility: We have all heard the words “postpartum depression and baby blues” but nobody discusses the prepartum period for mental health, especially with a vulnerable population like those affected with infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss. It’s still difficult to discuss as a community, let alone on the individual…

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Welcome Dr. Kathryn Imgrund

Kathryn Imgrund, M.D. Advanced Gynecologic Surgery and Infertility PREG is so very excited to introduce Dr. Kathryn Imgrund, who is welcoming new patients at our Columbia center. Dr. Imgrund will spearhead our advanced gynecologic surgery program for our Columbia and Lowcountry centers while also coordinating care for patients presenting with all types of fertility challenges. Originally from Waco, TX, she…

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PREG is Paying it Forward During National Infertility Awareness Week

In honor of our patients and those struggling with fertility issues the team at Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group (PREG) has taken the hashtag #WECANALL to the next level during National Infertility Awareness Week, April 24-30th. As part of National Infertility Awareness Week, we’re honoring our patients and their struggles by doing our part to share a random act of kindness…

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