For Congolese Refugees: An Introduction to Healthcare in the U.S.

For Congolese Refugees: An Introduction to Healthcare in the U.S.

Hello. My name is Dr. Johnson-Agbakwu. I am a doctor trained in women’s health. I am also the Director of the Refugee Women’s Health Clinic in Arizona and have met and treated many refugee patients here, including many Congolese women. I know from talking with many of you, that doctor’s offices and other healthcare centers […]

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13 men wrote a health care bill that would hurt women

13 men wrote a health care bill that would hurt women

These 13 male senators wrote a health care bill without the help of any women, and it’s really bad for women’s health. “Nobody is being excluded based upon gender .” “You know you need to write about what’s actually happening, and we’re having a discussion about the real issues.” The bill cuts funding for Medicaid, […]

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Pre Menopause Symptoms | Signs And Symptoms Of Menopause | Postmenopausal Symptoms

Pre Menopause Symptoms | Signs And Symptoms Of Menopause | Postmenopausal Symptoms

if you want to know whether you’re perimenopausal or completely through menopause then this is the video for you make sure to subscribe so I can help you get your hormones in harmony and optimize your health and don’t forget to click the bell so you’ll be the first to get to see my new […]

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Dr. Rebecca Wayman – Midwest Women’s Healthcare Specialists

Dr. Rebecca Wayman – Midwest Women’s Healthcare Specialists

(upbeat music) – Hi, I’m Dr. Rebecca Wayman, I am an Obstetrician Gynecologist with Midwest Womans Health Specialists in Kansas City, Missouri, at Research Medical Center. This is a great practice, I’ve only been here about a year but I’ve really enjoyed it. I love all of my partners, they’re great people, they’re excellent physicians. […]

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Menopause Bleeding HELP!

Menopause Bleeding HELP!

– Let’s talk about why you’re still bleeding in menopause. (gentle music) There are three main reasons why you’re still having what looks like periods in menopause. First, your progesterone levels are too low. Progesterone is the hormone that stabilizes the lining of your uterus. Most prescribed HRT, hormone replacement therapy, includes estrogen that tends […]

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Periods During Perimenopause | What’s Happening to Me?

Periods During Perimenopause | What’s Happening to Me?

– Today we’re going to talk about why your PMS gets worse in perimenopause. (gentle music) The normal fall of progesterone about a week before your period triggers symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. The closer you get to perimenopause, the lower your progesterone becomes. That’s because you’re running out of eggs. Without adequate progesterone, you become […]

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Menopause Fatigue Treatment | Why Am I So Tired?

Menopause Fatigue Treatment | Why Am I So Tired?

– What causes fatigue in perimenopause? Let’s discuss what’s happening in your body during perimenopause that’s causing you to be so tired and what you can do about it. (bright music) Perimenopause is a time of great hormonal flux in a woman’s life, kind of like puberty with wrinkles. Fatigue is a huge issue for […]

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Dr. Hothem, Obstetrician & Gynecologist | Genesis HealthCare System

Dr. Hothem, Obstetrician & Gynecologist | Genesis HealthCare System

I did my undergrad at Kent State. Then I went to Neocom or Neomed as it’s called now Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine. And then I did my residency in Washington D.C. at Washington Hospital Center. At the residency I worked in D.C. I worked for Kaiser Permanente for three years and then we […]

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Are women who haven’t had children at increased risk to develop cancer? Medical Myths

Are women who haven’t had children at increased risk to develop cancer? Medical Myths

I’m Dr. Amy Phillips, and I practice obstetrics and gynecology at UAMS. So women who have not had children are at increased risk to develop specific cancers. A couple of these that come to mind, first and foremost would include breast cancer and uterine cancer, also known as endometrial cancer. I think it’s important for […]

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Jennifer Duong, MD, Family Medicine Specialist

Jennifer Duong, MD, Family Medicine Specialist

>>[Jennifer Duong] So I chose family medicine because of multiple reasons; one is for the preventative care which I think is a really big deal in family medicine, making sure we don’t get you to the point where you’re diabetic and have CHF and all of that, so I think that’s a big piece of […]

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