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The Importance of Nutrition for Ladies with PCOS and Insulin Resistance

When we eat food, our body breaks it down into glucose (which is a simple sugar). In order for this glucose to be used by our body, the pancreas creates insulin. The insulin helps our body pull the glucose out

Posted in Diseases and Conditions, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Treatments

Interstitial Cystitis: Staying Hydrated Throughout Fall

Your bladder has been great all summer.  You’ve been staying hydrated, limiting your sodas and artificially sweetened beverages, and you were always feeling thirsty so it was easy to drink water.  Now that fall is here you notice your bladder

Posted in Bladder, Interstitial Cystitis

Changes in Weight and Fat Distribution Approaching Menopause

We oftentimes talk about the hormonal changes that come with menopause (either natural or surgically-induced such as after a hysterectomy).  Women may feel imbalanced, depressed, or start experiencing anxiety.  But what about physical changes?  Women may Read More…

Posted in Hormones, Hysterectomy

Yoga May Help Female Sexual Dysfunction

When we think of the term “sexual dysfunction,” we usually think of male dysfunction.  But sexual dysfunction in women is just as common and just as important, yet it receives such little attention.  Women who experience sexual dysfunction may struggle

Posted in Diseases and Conditions, Painful Intercourse, Pelvic Floor Muscles

Vaginal Dryness– Causes and Finding Symptom Relief

Vaginal dryness is something a lot of women experience– they may be headed toward menopause, be experiencing surgically induced menopause (as with a hysterectomy), or may not be producing enough estrogen in their body.  Vaginal dryness is extremely Read More…

Posted in Bladder, Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Symptoms, Treatments, Urinary Tract Infection

The Hormonal Imbalance Behind PCOS

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition that affects approximately 10 million women around the world.  Although it stems from a hormonal imbalance symptoms can be difficult to pin point, especially for general practitioners and family doctors who Read More…

Posted in Diagnosis, Diseases and Conditions, Hormones, Polycystic Ovarian Disease, Symptoms

Self-Care Stretches, IC Stretching for Women with Interstitial Cystitis

If you have Interstitial Cystitis you certainly know how frustrating it can be.  Consuming the wrong beverage or food can send you into a flare up which might last hours or days.  Even just having sex or getting too dehydrated

Posted in Interstitial Cystitis

Selecting the Proper Antidepressant to Help with Depression

Last week we talked about depression vs. sadness.  Sadness is a natural response to events that happen in life (a loved one’s death, a break up, losing a job, divorce, etc) and gets better over time whereas clinical depression is

Posted in Depression, Medications and Prescriptions

Sadness or Clinical Depression– Only One Needs Medication

Depression is a serious issue that affects millions of people in America.  The ADAA (Anxiety and Depression Association of America) says that at any point about 3-5% of Americans are suffering from depression.  In 2014, 15.8 million Americans had suffered

Posted in Depression

Affirmations to Read Before Surgery With Dr. Davis

Surgery can be a scary thought, especially if you’ve never had surgery before.  Recovery from surgery can also sound equally scary.  Rest assured– I have performed thousands of laparoscopic surgeries, most in conjunction with Skyway Surgery Center, Read More…

Posted in Procedures, Surgery

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