Learn about lichen sclerosus, a rare skin disease affecting the skin around the genitals and anal area that results in white patches, severe itching, dryness, severe tearing and even fusing of parts.
Dr. Rachael’s BRCA Test; Stem Cell Therapy “Down There”
Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross decides to undergo genetic testing to find out if she carries a BRCA gene mutation, which would increase her risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.
The Doctors discuss a new treatment for lichen sclerosus: stem cell therapy. Learn how it works and its effectiveness.
Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman makes a house call to a woman suffering from menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes, hair loss and weight gain. Learn more about hormonal imbalances and available treatment options.
Ashlee Jackson, founder of the 4th Trimester Bodies Project, explains what inspired her to start her body-positive project.
Learn about the BRCA gene mutation, and watch as family medicine physician Dr. Rachael gets tested.
While testing positive for BRCA gene mutation may increase your risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer, testing negative isn't a get-out-of-cancer-free card. Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk explains what testing negative may mean for your health.
The Doctors describe the symptoms you should look for that may indicate a lichen diagnosis.
The Doctors, along with members of the audience, discuss the pressures placed on women to "bounce back" after pregnancy.
Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross decided to undergo genetic testing to find out if she carries a BRCA gene mutation, which would increase her risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer. Watch as she received the results of the...