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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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Each woman’s fertility journey is different. Whether you are waiting for the right time to get pregnant or pregnancy just isn’t a part of your plan, there are several options available when it comes to birth control. From protection for up to 12 years, to the pill, to a shot, here at Greenville OB/GYN, we want to help you through the process of choosing the best birth control method for you.

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Have you ever considered banking or donating your newborn's umbilical cord blood after birth? What if we told you that your simple donation could potentially cure over 80 diseases that affect Americans daily? July is Cord Blood Awareness Month and we want to make sure you know what options are available and why you should consider them.

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During pregnancy, both your body and your emotions go through major changes that can be difficult to cope with. It’s an important time in your life to make sure that you are staying active and healthy for both you and your baby.

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Even though menopause is a natural part of aging and every woman will go through it, each experience is unique. Changes in your body will happen slowly, usually between the ages of 45 and 55. During menopause, your body is slowly producing less estrogen and progesterone, hormones that prepare the lining of the uterus for fertilized eggs among other things.

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