December Newsletter


See the PREG Miracle Tree! Learn about our new project, "Making a Miracle in 2016!"  And don't miss this month's candid newsletter from our amazing lab staff:

"Sex: When Too Much of a Good Thing IS NOT a Good Thing!"


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Happy Holidays from your family at PREG! We wish you a season filled with peace, joy and miracles!

The Miracle Tree brightens the Greenville office!

PREG Miracle Tree 2015!

Our Miracle Tree commemorates the blessings our patients have received and the joys they have experienced.  Our Tree is also a

reminder of the miracles some patients are still eagerly hoping and praying for.  We at PREG are here to help you every step of the way, hopeful and faithful that you too can achieve your very own miracle!



Making a Miracle in 2016!

PREG is thrilled to announce the inaugural "Making a Miracle" project.  We invite current patients and those just considering beginning their fertility journey to tell us your story in a 3 minute video. Please tell us why and how you would like to achieve YOUR miracle in 2016!  We will share these moving stories on our Facebook and YouTube pages.  The patient whose video receives the most "shares" and "likes" will receive $2500 off an IVF cycle! We are so excited to kick off this event, and we invite you to learn more here!

Sex: When too much of a good thing IS NOT a good thing!

This may be hard to believe, but too much sex is not always a good thing!

One would think a couple should have sex all the time to increase their chances of getting pregnant, right? Well, sex every day is not the answer and daily intercourse may be hurting your chances of conceiving.

Let's talk about the man's job. When couples have sexual intercourse everyday day or every other day, the male's sperm count may be reduced.  A man who masturbates or has sexual intercourse once or more per day will have sperm counts that are consistently lower than the man who does not ejaculate daily. The more sperm, the better the chance of fertilization, and that's what you need! So, the swimmers need time to build up, and ejaculating too often does not allow them to replenish.

In order to keep counts higher, men need to give their sperm time to accumulate. When the male allows the sperm to build up, rather than constantly depleting the stored semen, increased fertility can result. That's the goal, right?

To increase your odds even further, it is not recommended to go more than 5 days without an ejaculation. When the sperm stay in the testicles for more than a week, they can die and motility can decrease. To achieve the best sperm counts and motility percentages, an abstinence period of 2-3 days is optimal.

So IS possible to have too much of a good thing!


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