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May Is Women's Health Month

During Women's Health Month, WakeMed Women's shares how important it is to take care of yourself. 

It’s never too early or late to make healthy changes that help you look and feel your best. Take control of your health and bring others in your family along for the ride!

Women's Services

Our Special Highlights

Fast 5s

You’ve got questions; we’ve got answers. And because we know your time is precious, we’ll get right to it in these short, direct videos designed to answer your most pressing questions on pelvic health, important screenings, postpartum hernias, menopause and so much more.
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Tune in and tune up your health with in depth topics from our experts who discuss genetic counseling; what women need to know in their 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond; weight loss; gynecological surgery; nutrition; heart health; and much more.
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Anjali Shelke

Featured Provider

Anjali Shelke is an experienced pelvic health and certified sexual health physical therapist. She helps patients regain quality of life by learning to manage symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction.
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Lindsey Arnette

Happy Patients

“The care I received allowed me to nearly 'laugh him out' after only a few pushes — essentially a dream delivery." — Lindsey Arnette
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New Women’s Podcast Series

Sarah has questions When it comes to life, wellness, health and medicine, we all have questions. Sarah King from MIX 101.5 has questions, and she’s not afraid to ask. Listen in to our new women’s podcast series, Sarah Has Questions, where she sits down with providers from WakeMed for candid conversations about women’s health. No topic is off limits – from mental health to body image to “What the heck is a pelvic floor?” Sarah has questions, and admit it, you do too!

Tune In for Health Tips

Tune in to Mix 101.5 this month as we share health tips for women. Listen below as Jenn Harrington, PT discusses why pelvic floor health is so important and Amantia Kennedy, MD dives into what every women should know about menopause.



What is Menopause? | Amantia Kennedy, MD



Pelvic Floor | Jenn Harrington, PT

Women's 2024 Health Observances

Women's Blog Posts