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The Bladder; A Diagram of Anatomy– Part 1 of 3

This blog is going to the be the first in a series.  There will be three blogs about bladder anatomy, treatment, and medication, the fourth blog will be about the relationship between your bladder and estrogen, and then the fifth

Posted in Bladder, Diseases and Conditions, Interstitial Cystitis, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Resources, Uncategorized

Look for Dr. Davis on our New TV Commercial!

Ladies, keep an eye on those TV commercials! After all these years, I’ve finally decided to do a TV commercial.  The commercial targets women who are struggling with symptoms of Endometriosis but either aren’t getting help or aren’t receiving Read

Posted in Resources, Uncategorized

How to Submit an Insurance Claim for your Dr. Davis Visit**

Sometimes medical professionals (doctors, chiropractors, psychologists/therapists, dentists, etc) do not accept insurance.   Starting this year we decided to become an “out of network” provider and discontinue our relationships with all insurance providers, Read More…

Posted in Resources

Where to go Online for Interstitial Cystitis Resources

If you are looking for online resources about Interstitial Cystitis, perhaps the biggest and most well-known website is www.ichelp.org. This non-profit organization provides a variety of online resources for those suffering from Interstitial Cystitis Read More…

Posted in Diseases and Conditions, Interstitial Cystitis, Resources

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month!

During the month of March help spread Endometriosis Awareness. Over 176 million women world wide suffer from Endometriosis; oftentimes these ladies are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This painful condition needs attention, and the only way to do that is Read More…

Posted in Diseases and Conditions, Endometriosis, Resources

Anxiety, “Flight-or-Fight,” and Hormones

It is absolutely normal to become anxious or fearful from time to time.  You might be walking through a dark parking lot, be experiencing turbulence on an airplane, or be standing up to give a speech when you feel it

Posted in Resources

Pelvic Exams and Pap Smears after Hysterectomy

If you’ve had a hysterectomy you may be asking yourself, “Do I need to continue getting annual pelvic exams?”  First, let’s talk about what an annual pelvic exam is and its purpose. During a classic pelvic exam, your doctor will

Posted in Hysterectomy, Resources

How to Help Friends Understand Endometriosis

There’s a really great article on Endometriosis.org about helping friends and family understand what you’re going through. Regardless of whatever gynecological issue you are facing, having the support of loved ones is important. But oftentimes friends Read More…

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World Endometriosis Research Foundation Posts Findings

In July 2013 WERF (the World Endometriosis Research Foundation) questioned a little under 1000 women about their quality of life. These women were from 10 different countries and were all diagnosed with Endometriosis. Additionally, all of the women were Read

Posted in Resources

Having an Outlet for Grieving

Denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance: the textbook stages of grief. When you are given bad news or are facing problems with your health, grieving is a natural process. Whether you find out you need to have surgery,

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