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The last week in April, from the 22nd to the 28th, is National Infertility Week, a time to raise awareness and to support people coping with this life-changing problem. Infertility is defined as not being able to get or stay pregnant. National Infertility Week is your chance to break down the barriers associated with infertility and look for ways to cope.

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March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, which makes it a perfect time to discuss blood clots during pregnancy. During pregnancy, increased estrogen levels, lack of activity due to bed rest or general discomfort, and all of the fun things that come along with the changes happening within your body put you at a higher risk for developing blood clots.

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Each February, Heart Health Awareness Month opens the conversation for heart disease and your overall heart health. Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the United States? The more a woman knows about this disease, the better chance she has of preventing it and being able to recognize the warning signs.

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Did you know that cervical cancer is not only the second most common type of cancer for women worldwide but also one of the most preventable? Each year, January is recognized as Cervical Health Awareness Month, allowing for an open conversation about cervical cancer, how it can be treated, and how it can be prevented.

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At Greenville OB/GYN we know that choosing a partner in your health can be difficult and that choosing a provider for gynecologic and obstetric care can seem even more overwhelming. Some women put off going to their OB/GYN because they don’t feel comfortable talking about such private and intimate topics and physical exams can seem intimidating...

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Knowing when to schedule the first gynecological visit for either your daughter or yourself can lead to some uncertainty. Most women don’t know at what age they should establish themselves as a patient with an OB/GYN and what to expect during their first visit.

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November is National Sexual Health Month. Here at Greenville OB/GYN, we know that sexual health has a different definition for every age group, from teens and young adults to post-menopausal women.

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Since November is Prematurity Awareness Month, we reached out to one of our midwives, Sarah Sears, to share her story with you. We asked her a few questions about her own experience with her daughter and her premature birth. She told her story so beautifully, we left it in question / answer form because it said everything we were looking for and more. We hope you enjoy, but you may want to grab your tissues.

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of one of our founding physicians, Dr. James Edwin Clement. Dr. Clement dedicated 37 years to his patients and his practice, Greenville Ob/Gyn, before retiring in 1998. He was an instrumental part of building the medical community in eastern North Carolina and was a true leader in the progressive growth and collaboration of physicians leading to the formation of Physicians East. Today our practice is eastern North Carolina’s largest private medical-surgical multi-specialty practice with over 80 physicians, surgeons and mid-level providers.

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Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) attributes to only 1-5% of all breast cancers. Though, it is the most aggressive form of primary breast cancer with significantly lower overall survival rates. Since IBC cells actually infiltrate the skin and the lymph vessels of the breast, symptoms do not typically present themselves in the form of a lump or tumor. This sometimes makes detection more difficult for women to recognize, but there are definite symptoms that are easily identified.

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