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It’s TMI Tuesday: Women’s only edition. Meet The Doctor’s “V-team” – OB-GYNS Dr. Lisa Masterson, Dr. Jennifer Ashton, author and senior medical contributor for ABC news and Dr. Millie Behera, co-medical director at Fertility Treatment Center in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Female Anatomy 101
The V-team gives a crash course in the female anatomy.
Viewer Tessa says, “after three beautiful kids, things just aren’t the same as they used to be down there. Bike riding, sex and even wearing tight pants can be uncomfortable so I’m considering getting surgery to tighten things up.” She wants to know if labiaplasty surgery will affect sensation during intercourse and whether she would be able to have another child, if she wanted to.
“This is an individual choice. There is no right or wrong appearance to your anatomy,” Dr. Ashton says. “It’s what you feel comfortable with.”
Female Fact or Fiction
The V-team set the record straight about what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to the female body.
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Shaye was born with two female reproductive systems. She asks: “How did this even happen? Is it something genetic?”
Dr. Behera explains that about one in 3,000 women have a double uterus.
“This is one of the reasons it’s so important to know your body, know your anatomy,” she says.
Beauty Treatments for "Down There"
The V-team discusses the latest beauty trends and treatments for down there and reveals whether they’re safe.
Fragrant Vaginal Health
Are you worried about odor down there? The V-team says that anything with perfume will probably do more harm than good and could give you an infection.
"It really is what you put in your body that controls your smells,” Dr. Behera says.
The docs share a recipe for a probiotic pineapple popsicle for fragrant vaginal health.
The V-team discusses the benefits of Kegel exercises and shows you an easy, “idiot-proof” way to do them.