Iud

The Doctors welcome OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera and Tanai, who says she developed a septic infection from an IUD complication, which caused her toes to turn black and affected her ovaries and uterus.

While discussing Tanai’s case of developing a septic infection from her IUD, OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera and The Doctors detail what a woman needs to know and what to expect about using this type of birth control.

The IUD has risen in popularity by 80%. They require a Doctor to remove them costing patients as much as $200. Now some doctors are turning an IUD removal into a DIY procedure!

The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended all sexually active teen girls get fitted for a long-acting contraceptive, such as an IUD or a hormone implant, instead of taking birth control pills. The Doctors weigh in.

The Doctors reveal the best way to get rid of excess mucus. Plus, at-home cures for canker sores, warts and stomachaches. And why surgery might be the answer for droopy eyelids and chubby cheeks.

Birth control is a doctor-prescribed medication that significantly regulates the hormones in your body to prevent pregnancy. Learn about the different options currently available.