The Doctors discuss the story of an Arkansas mother who was arrested after giving her 10-month-old baby bourbon to alleviate his teething pain. After the baby was found unresponsive, blood tests revealed he had a blood alcohol content 0.19.
After welcoming her fourth child a few years ago, Sabrina opted to get a non-surgical permanent birth control procedure called Essure. Since then, she claims she’s suffered from extreme pelvic pain, hair loss, fatigue, weight gain, and excessive...
Family physician Dr. Rachel Steward and IVF and fertility specialist Dr. E. Scott Sills debate the safety of the Essure procedure. To hear Bayer’s response, as well as see what happened during Sabrina’s consultation with Dr. Sills, click here.
The Doctors are joined by a representative of Bayer to talk about the safety of their Essure procedure. To see what happened after Sabrina’s consultation with Dr. Sills, and to find out if she’s able to have the insert removed, click here.
Sabrina claims Essure permanent birth control has been making her sick and would like to have the insert removed. See the life-changing surprise The Doctors and Dr. E Scott Sills have in store for her.