'Mention the Unmentionables' – for moms! - set for Oct. 6

Snacks and door prizes will be provided.

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From left, the OB/GYM team at Jamestown Regional Medical Center includes Dr. Greg McAdoo, Dr. Emily Stromquist and Nurse Practitioner Makenzie Breitbach can help answer questions that might be uncomfortable for moms.
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JAMESTOWN — Jamestown Regional Medical Center is making education easy for busy moms to access at the "Mention the Unmentionables" event on Thursday, Oct. 6.

“Questions about women’s health can feel embarrassing,” said Dr. Emily Stromquist, OB/GYN. “'Mention the Unmentionables' is an opportunity for moms to learn about their bodies, especially in their child-bearing years.”

Stromquist joined JRMC in 2022. She and the OB/GYN team – Dr. Gregg McAdoo and Nurse Practitioner Makenzie Breitbach – offer 24/7 specialty care to women in the region.

The JRMC OB/GYN team will offer education and mention what is often "unmentionable" — options for birth control, infertility, urinary incontinence as well menstrual and sexual health. Their goal is to equip and empower women so they can make the best health care decisions for themselves and their families.

“Too often, women aren’t sure what’s going on with their bodies and are too uncomfortable to ask," McAdoo said. "That can lead to an unpleasant health outcome. We’d like to alleviate those by offering free educational opportunities like 'Mention the Unmentionables.'”


Questions are welcome at the event or privately in advance to .

Set at Trinity Lutheran Church, the event begins with a social and snacks at 5:30 p.m. The presentation will follow at 6 p.m. Snacks and door prizes will be provided. Complimentary child care is available at Stepping Stones, located in Trinity Lutheran’s basement. "Mention the Unmentionables" is free and open to the public. Registration is appreciated, though not required. RSVP at or call (701) 952-4795. Preregistered attendees will be entered to win a special coffee-themed prize.

Learn more about women’s health and meet the OB/GYN team at

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