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As you all may know, I am a master’s student in bioethics.  Our curriculum covers a wide array of subjects and I am currently in a public health class learning about health communication campaigns (really quite an interesting subject!).  One of the major questions asked by public health communicators now is how reliable is the […]

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In the last blog entry I detailed the story of Zahra Aboutalib, a Moroccan woman with a rare complication of an ectopic pregnancy, a lithopedion.  The second incredibly rare complication of an ectopic pregnancy that I will cover happened to an English woman named Jane Ingram.  Jane was a 32 year old woman living in […]

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So, since I’ve mentioned the clitoris in the several past entries, let’s talk about it a little more. The clitoris is oftentimes the most misunderstood part of women’s genitalia. Men seem to know little about it, and many women don’t know much more about it than men. What is it? What does it do? The […]

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What IS female arousal? With men, it is pretty straightforward to determine whether a man is aroused or not. Is the penis erect or not? Of course, there are nuances to this but, overall, that’s the litmus test for men. What physiological signs are present when a woman is sexually aroused? When sexually aroused (usually […]

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Let’s talk about how Pap smears got to where they are today. A lot of people never consider the name of the test and where it originates. Even ones who do think about the name assume Pap smears have something to do with human “PAP”illoma virus, or other such gynecological term contain the word “Pap.” […]

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I have often heard small clusters of young women, and sometimes not-as-young women, discussing the issue of whether it is better to have a female gynecologist, a male gynecologist, or if it does not matter at all.  Having been to five gynecologists in my life, 2 male and 3 female, I have my own established […]

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