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Women's Sexual Health
Dr. Lisa Mosconi discusses foods that can help boost estrogen and vitamin levels and may be able to cut down on your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
The Doctors discuss a study which claims that hormone levels in both men and women peak in the afternoon and can be the optimal time for sex.
The Doctors take you inside the operating room with OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss and patient Larissa, who tells us she is dealing with heavy and frequent periods that cause her migraines, nausea and back pain.
Inside the O.R. – Woman’s surgery to combat heavy menstruation! Autism linked to food allergies? Mental health professionals having sex with patients? Giant loofah spa treatment? Millennial health: Worse than generations before?
OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss explains why some patients could undergo a uterine endometrial ablation instead of a hysterectomy.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answer a viewer question about whether is it ever safe to use essential oils as a sexual lubricant.
Could inducing labor at 39 weeks be beneficial to mom and baby?! The Doctors weigh in; Woman reveals her biggest insecurity: her smile! Can her teeth be fixed? New food combinations that are either totally buzzworthy or a big bust!
The Doctors are joined by Dr. Charly Lockwood, who conducted a study which found that induced labor at 39 weeks – one week earlier than a traditional due date – may reduce complications and reduce the chance of death.
Marlena joins The Doctors and shares that following her hysterectomy she is experiencing usual new hair growth and vaginal dryness.