The struggle and heartbreak of infertility affects millions of Americans each year. Did you know that 12 percent of American women between the ages of 15 and 44 have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term? (Centers for Disease Control) There is no one simple cure for infertility. Treatment depends upon a wide […]
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We’ve been caring for women of all ages for more than 40 years. We have dedicated our lives to providing the highest level of care for our patients. We don’t see a yearly exam as merely a time for a Pap smear; we see it as a crucial time to address any health issues you may have.
We also offer convenient locations, including our OBGYN office in Durham near Southpoint in addition to our Chapel Hill OBGYN practice.
Understanding your menstrual cycle is crucial to defining when you ovulate and calculating when you are most likely to get pregnant. “Women should be aware that if they have an irregular period, it can make the ovulation days difficult to determine.” Said Dr. Martinelli. “When examining fertility, it’s important to realize that an egg can […]
You’ve been in menopause for three years, and instead of menstrual cramping and PMS, you seek treatment for the inconvenience of hot flashes and night sweats. Then one day, you start bleeding again, just like you did when you had your period. You wonder why it is happening and if it’s the indicator of something more serious.
Bacterial vaginosis and other vaginal infections are extremely common. They occur when the “good” bacteria that naturally occurs in the vagina is offset by other types of bacteria, resulting in inflammation and infections. Hormonal changes may also contribute to this. The inflammation is generally referred to as vaginitis. Bacterial vaginosis is a specific type of vaginitis.
At Chapel Hill OBGYN, we are thankful for all members of our wonderful care team. Our physicians, nurse practitioners and others are dedicated to providing only the highest level of compassionate care. More importantly, we take time to know you to determine how we can best assist you. We’d like to take this time to […]
Our main Chapel Hill office was flooded. We have a temporary location at 110 Conner Dr. Suite 4, which is in the building directly below 120 Conner Dr.
Many women face the challenge of infertility. In fact, 10 to 15 percent of American couples are infertile. Of those, one-third is due to an issue with the man, another third is due to an issue with the woman, and the remaining third is due to a health problem with both the man and the woman. Continue reading to discover the most commons reasons and solutions for infertility.
At Chapel Hill OBGYN, we take great pride in taking time to get to know all our patients by name. We treat our practice and our patients like a family, and we are always excited to have a new “addition” to our group. When you’re expecting, we’ll tailor a care plan just for you. Here […]
LEEP — loop electrosurgical excision procedure—is a procedure that removes abnormal or pre-cancerous cells from the surface of the cervix. These cells will be examined for cancer or, if it’s determined that cancer is already present, a LEEP may be used to remove the cancerous tissues. This procedure may also be called a conization, as […]