It’s a common scenario. It’s Saturday night, you’re laughing with your friends and having fun, and all of a sudden you have to pee…. NOW. Naturally the line is 12 people deep and now you’re doing the holding your pee skip hop and jump from leg to leg […]
We’ve been to Wisconsin Dells countless times. The Indoor Waterparks are just as fun in the fall and winter as the outdoor parks are in the summer. My kids have a blast while my blood pressure skyrockets. See, my nerves is bad. My grammar in that statement is […]
If You Are Doing These Five Things, You Are Killing The Parenting Game [Whether or not you have a lot of money]
Am I a good parent? Who, with children has ever asked themselves THAT question? Present. It’s a good thing the answer does NOT rest in whether or not I have taught my kid how to ride a bike. Doubting your parenting abilities is a normal part of parenthood. Being […]
#InsecureHBO lovers, listen up! Episode 5 of Insecure Season 3 on HBO made waves. I’m going to limit the spoilers for those of you who still need to catch up #dobetter, but I’m still stuck on the part when Molly, Issa, Tiffany and Kelly were offered Molly before […]
Welcome back to The Gyn Project Podcast. I have so much fun making these audios. One day my sound quality will sound way better. Stay with me as I work out the kinks! #PopcornHealth. Oh, and it is on Soundcloud and iTunes.
This question is one that has been confusing ladies for the last decade. Doc, do I need a Pap Smear (or test) every year or not? For years, even decades, it was the expected routine health maintenance to have Pap tests every year. Health maintenance was as follows: […]
As a mother of three, the last of my brood being a 2-year-old girl, I am currently deep in the trenches of potty training. I’m winning, though. Anytime we can take diapers and wipes off of the shopping list, we are all winning. I have a few tricks […]
Dr. Every Woman tackles these questions: What is a Geriatric pregnancy? How long are you fertile? And how do you reduce your chances of having a baby with a birth defect?
I still remember my third day as an attending. It was the first time I had more than 2 people on my schedule. I also remember that a significant number of these women were add on patients for vaginal discharge. Throughout the last few years, complaints of vaginal […]