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Today marks the beginning of Infertility Awareness Week. Here at Greenville OB/GYN, a division of Physician’s East, we feel that infertility is an important topic of discussion. About 1 in 8 women will have trouble conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to full term. For women or couples trying to get pregnant, the process may take and sadly some will never get to experience it at all. It’s a tough course to navigate and that’s why we think talking about it is important. 

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Springtime has arrived in eastern North Carolina and while it always delivers beautiful colors and warm temperatures that bring everyone out of hibernation, it also typically brings a pretty tough allergy season with it. For those that suffer from seasonal allergies, spring means two things, itchy watery eyes and lots of sneezing. Seems survivable enough, but for many women sneezing causes anxiety, discomfort and embarrassment.

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If your child is between the ages of 9 and 14 and you are like most parents, you have probably noticed some increased tension in the house. If there is one thing adults can all agree on, it’s that adolescence can be a stressful and confusing time for everyone. As our children reach puberty, constant growth and change are inevitable both physically and mentally. They are experiencing hormonal changes, increased social pressures and body image struggles, and they are loaded with questions they might feel too embarrassed to address.

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Your colorectal health isn’t usually the topic of conversation at dinner parties and probably for good reason, but that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be talking about it. The entire month of March is dedicated to just that – a conversation about colon cancer and how you can prevent it. Colon Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States for cancers that affect both men and women. Colon cancer screenings are unique in that they not only screen for polyps and cancerous cells, but they actually prevent colon cancer.

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March is dedicated to Endometriosis Awareness and since this disease goes undiagnosed for many women, awareness is needed. The average woman with endometriosis suffers for 10 years before a diagnosis is ever made. 1 out of 10 women suffer from this incurable disease and despite countless studies, scientists have found no known cause for endometriosis.

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The benefits of yoga seem to be endless. At Greenville OB/GYN, we see patients every day that could benefit greatly from yoga on many levels. Because we care about you, your health and well-being are our top priority. Here's what we think you should know about yoga...

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Exercise does not mean you have to go run a marathon. In fact, you don’t even have to run a 5k. There are many activities that will get your heart rate moving and that is all your heart needs to stay healthy. Here are some ideas about how to sneak in the exercise without even noticing.

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Belly Boundaries

Jan 25, 2016

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Dear people that are not carrying my baby, I feel like we should talk about a few things and perhaps clear the air. Apparently, my belly, and the tiny being within, is now fair game for strangers and family alike to tell me everything they know about children, childbirth and the raising of said child. While I completely understand the good intentions behind these comments and actions, I need to set a few belly boundaries so that I can salvage what is left of my mommy-to-be sanity. As you have made me well aware, you KNOW how hard pregnancy can be - let’s not make it more stressful than it needs to be.

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For decades it has been widely known that sugar and our health might not be the best of friends. It’s the New Year’s Resolution we all aim for when we are looking to improve our health and possibly drop extra holiday pounds that sneak up on us. Eating healthy is the best way to reach these goals, but it is always so much easier than we anticipate.

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HPV and Cervical cancer affect more than 3 million people every year. The national government is looking to boost awareness of these serious diseases by making January Cervical Health Awareness Month.

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