OBGYN in Clayton and Smithfield, NC
Welcome to Triangle Premier Women’s Health!
Your health is our number one priority.
Resources for COVID guidance during pregnancy
At Triangle Premier Women’s Health, our mission is to provide exceptional care and personalized attention for all stages of your life. From adolescence until beyond menopause, you will receive expert gynecological and obstetrical care through a direct partnership with your provider and our exceptional staff.
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COVID Moms Helpline offers free remote text support to mothers as they navigate their pregnancy and postpartum period safely during the COVID-19 crisis. Their objective is to support mothers and their families during this uncertain time, helping them access the care and services they need to achieve healthier pregnancies.
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You already know the advantages of a 3D or 4D ultrasound for you as the mother. You get to see your baby’s little face and see all those adorable features well before your child is born. This brings a greater sense of connection between you and your unborn child.
Women routinely have Pap smears during their well-woman appointments typically every three years until they are age 65 and older. Once results have been reviewed, if there is anything out of the ordinary, our OBGYN may call to inform you the test was abnormal and discuss the next steps.
Understanding the risk factors of ovarian cancer is crucial for early detection and prevention. Ovarian cancer is often called the silent killer because symptoms are difficult to detect in it’s early stages. However certain factors increase the risk of developing this type of cancer.