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Early Pregnancy Special Interest Group (EPSIG)


EPSIG’s Mission Statement:


The mission of the Early Pregnancy Special Interest Group (EPSIG) is to further the goals of the ASRM by fostering increased interest in the biology, pathophysiology and clinical management of early pregnancy, sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss, implantation, early embryonic development and fetal demise.

 

2023-2024 Early Pregnancy Special Interest Group Leadership:

Chair: Dr. Dana McQueen

Chair Elect: Dr. Lia Bernardi

Vice Chair: Dr. Rachel Weinerman

Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Erin Masaba

Past Chair: Dr. Winifred Mak

 

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Reach your potential as a reproductive health professional and join the community advancing reproductive medicine with your ASRM membership.

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All memberships come with online access to Fertility and Sterility, F&S Science, F&S Reviews, F&S Reports, and the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.

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Individuals joining or renewing membership in ASRM that reside in low or low-middle income countries (as defined by the World Bank) now receive a discount on ASRM membership!

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Welcome New ASRM Members!

It is with great pleasure that the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) acknowledges and thanks the following people for their new membership in the Society.

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ASRM Affiiliated Societies are made up of professionals who have special training and expertise in specific areas of reproductive medicine.

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ASRM Professional Groups allow members to network and collaborate with other professionals who have an interest in the field of reproductive medicine.

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ASRM Special Interest Groups provide programming and leadership to physicians and health professionals who have a special interest in a particular area of reproductive medicine.

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Topic Resources

View more on the topic of miscarriage or recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL)
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Fertility and Sterility On Air - TOC: May 2024

Topics this month include Iatrogenic and demographic determinants of the national plural birth increase, outcomes between ICSI and IVF with PGT-A. Listen to the Episode
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Journal Club Global: Actualidad En Tratamientos De Fertilidad Para Pacientes Con Endometriosis

Live in Spanish from the 2024 Peruvian Fertility Society Meeting - Lima, Peru View the Video
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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Our reproductive endocrinologist sees patients for recurrent miscarriages. View the Answer
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Intralipids Infusion

Do you have any information on how to code for intralipid infusions? Our NP has indicated on the billing slip 36410, 96367, J7050. View the Answer
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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL)

Strategy for coding for a patient with RPL - codes compiled by the ASRM Coding Committee.  View the Coding Summary
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Evaluation and treatment of recurrent pregnancy loss: a committee opinion (2012)

The majority of miscarriages are sporadic and most result from genetic causes that are greatly influenced by maternal age. View the Committee Opinion
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Journal Club Global: Prognosis in unexplained RPL

Recurrent pregnancy loss is one of the bigger challenges in the field of reproductive medicine. View the Video
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Removal of myomas in asymptomatic patients to improve fertility and/or reduce miscarriage rate: a guideline (2017)

This review evaluates if uterine myomas impact likelihood of pregnancy and pregnancy loss, and if myomectomy influences pregnancy outcomes. View the Guideline