“Your Doctor’s Online Helped me get Care after my C-section”
Jessica had an unplanned c-section after her son’s heart rate began to fall during labor. A c-section was not part of her ideal birth plan, and she felt unprepared to recover from a major surgery while also learning how to care for her new baby. “I felt like I was thrown into the wringer […]Read More
Never Use These 9 Sex Lube Alternatives (Plus Safe Options)
Lube alternatives may seem like cheap and easy way to enhance your sex life but trying to find a store bought alternative in your cupboards could cause damage to your health. While the word ‘lube’ may conjure up images of older women going through menopause, the truth is using lube is beneficial in improving orgasms […]Read More
The Coronavirus: What Parents Need to Know
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a hot topic of discussion as well as the reason for many temporary isolating measures. This global pandemic has caused many schools around the world to close, borders to be sealed and many to go into self-isolation. Yet this virus can be a scary topic of conversation for adults and […]Read More
5 Tips to Avoid School Germs from a Doctor
Avoid school germs with 5 best practice tips from a doctor. While many parents may look forward to their kids returning to school and getting back into a routine, many kids pick up more than just new friends from the school yard. School sickness. Nothing says school like picking up a new […]Read More
Is Bartholin’s Cyst a Sexually Transmitted Disease?
Bartholin’s cyst: the discovery of a painful lump in the vaginal area may have you wondering if you could have an STI or STD. Here is what Your Doctors wants you to know. What is a Bartholin Cyst? The human body is full of glands. The glands throughout your body produce and release different […]Read More
Everything you Need to Know About Chlamydia in Pregnancy
Sexually transmitted diseases can be contracted at any time, but are especially dangerous during pregnancy. Check out everything you need to know about chlamydia during pregnancy. Often called the silent disease, Chlamydia often presents no symptoms. In fact, about 75% of women and 50% of men will not experience any indications that they […]Read More
Why are Girls Getting Their Period Earlier?
Thank heaven for little girls, but what happens when childhood gets cut short with early puberty? More and more girls are putting down dolls to pick out bras and stock their cupboards with tampons as the age of onset puberty continues to fall. The average age of a girl’s first period in the United […]Read More
Does Vagisil Cure Yeast infections?
Vagisil: does this medication treat the symptoms and the cause of yeast infections? Yeast infections are a common complaint among females. In fact, approximately 75% of women will have a yeast infection at some point in their lives. Yeast infections are the second most common vaginal infection. The symptoms that accompany a yeast infection are […]Read More
Preventing HPV and Cervical Cancer in Women
Are you up to date on pap smears? A pap smear is a test that screens for cervical cancer. Pap smears, education and HPV vaccination are key to lowering your risk of developing cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer diagnosed in women worldwide. Cervical cancer is the second most common […]Read More
“I Didn’t Know I was in Labor Until I Tried Your Doctors Online”
Many first time mothers have lots of concerns when it comes to recognizing the signs of labor. Many worry they will go to the hospital with false labor and be sent home. Others fear they will leave for the hospital too late and not have time for medication or a physician present for their delivery. […]Read More