Stuff my mom forwards me – could mom’s health tips be bad for you? Woman loses uterus, ovaries and toes because of her IUD! Healthy food swaps – ways to cut calories, and fat from your favorite foods!
The Doctors are joined on Skype by Tanai, a woman who had a harrowing experience after her IUD migrated into her stomach and then later, her liver.
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!
An IUD removal can cost up to $200, but a new DIY IUD removal process could save you some money and trip to the doctor.
OB-GYN Jennifer Ashton weighs in on a controversial new ad campaign in New York City, which aims to raise awareness for birth control options. Plus, she explains how IUDs can be used to not only prevent pregnancy but reduce menstrual bleeding.
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.