OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers a viewers question about an unpleasant part of her pregnancy, sharp pains in the vaginal region.
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The Doctors discuss the case of a teen that was caught spiking his stepdad’s drink with cow tranquilizers.
Should pregnant women be concerned about an inflamed itchy rash during pregnancy, which is called a PUPPP rash – pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy?
The Doctors discuss a study which found that most people tend to only visit around 25 different places in their daily lives and when a new place is added to someone’s life, one of their usual locations is replaced.
The Doctors share an image of a very inflamed and red stomach of a pregnant woman. It may look scary but OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains it is a very common condition called PUPPS.
The low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet is very popular, yet there has been a recent, not-so-good downside being reported by the diet’s followers: keto crotch.
Oh, the internet and all its crazy trends; is this one about women steaming their vaginas with coffee to induce labor a worthwhile hack? No!
A viewer asks The Doctors about a pelvic pain she experienced during pregnancy, which some have dubbed “lightning crotch.”
Can you get a flatter belly with the use of carbon dioxide?