Mother’s Day is a day when we celebrate our mothers, past and present, biological and otherwise. It is also a time when many women who have yet to take on this role may begin to wonder if they ever will. When I was in training, one of my […]
Vaginal discharge. Even though the words illicit a little laugh, an embarrassed look away, and even cause the listener to squirm, it is an ever present issue and normal physiologic thing women deal with. Often I hear women say “I just couldn’t tell if this was normal so […]
You, too, can prevent this golden shower! Nothing should go in or come out of your business without your consent.
So Serena Williams had a baby. A beautiful baby girl. But let’s back up. This woman made pregnancy look like body goals. I swear to my Father in Heaven that I NEVER want to be pregnant again (#mythreekids), BUT IF I DID, I’d want to look like Serena. […]
I love my job. I blog about it, I rap about it, I sing about it. But I REALLY love my VACATIONS. Vacations away. Stay-cations at home. They all provide an invaluable reset, catch-up, self-care that is so needed. See, I work a lot. I can easily put in […]
Birth plans are IN. Every app, every mommy website, every natural birth instructional anything contains mention of and often a template for a birth plan. In this post I will answer the following questions: What is a birth plan? What are some common misconceptions between doctor and patient? […]
From Vape Pens to freight trains, you can’t afford to miss this one. For your health!
Diastasis recti abdominis can happen to the best of us. It happened to me. Hear from an OBGYN how to get your abs back safely.
It’s your first trimester. Let the takeover begin! Dos and Don’ts in pregnancy Practicing as an OB/Gyn I’ve come to realize almost everyone is afraid of pregnant women. Other medical specialties don’t want to take care of them, employers are afraid of imminent labor during working hours, husbands […]
In December 2017, the New England Journal of Medicine released this statement: “Women who use hormonal [contraceptives] for more than a year are at a 20 percent higher risk for breast cancer, [though] the overall risk remains low,” and is called “safe and effective.” What in the world […]