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I am an OB-GYN physician. I can answer almost any question related to women's health.

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35 years in an active OB-GYN practice.


Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology


MD OB-GYN specialist

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Tatum08/05/16101010I appreciate your advice thank you
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2016-09-28 Not sure if I'm in the right place:

The anal area is very sensitive, and needs to be handled gently.  Irritation there is fairly common.  Try to maintain normal, not hard bowel movements.  Dietary changes, regular bowel movements, drinking

2016-09-24 Menstrual bleeding:

Your periods seem a little unusual while on the pill, but I don't think it's anything to worry about.  If you've been on the same pill for a while, it's unusual that your periods aren't all about the same

2016-08-27 Morning after pill:

You are probably protected, but probably not definitely protected.  Most women will ovulate 2-4 weeks after a miscarriage.  You had sex 11 days after the miscarriage, and ovulation is unlikely.  However

2016-08-24 Cramping and birth control:

Hello Emily,  Birth control pills help to ease menstrual cramps in 90% of women who take them.  Sometimes women still get cramps, or get cramps when they did not before.  We don't know why.  Changing pills

2016-08-03 Yaz:

Hi Tatum,  It's true that blood clot risks are higher with Yaz, but the chance of blood clots are still very small, especially for a young, active girl like you.  If Yaz was really very dangerous, the


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