Catching Cancer in Patients with Lynch Syndrome Does your patient have cancer in their family history? If they have Lynch Syndrome, a simple screening can catch cancer before it’s too late. It’s easy to merely… Read More »

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We are pleased to share a recent article in Washingtonian Magazine featuring an interview with our own Dr. James Simon, “The Menopause Whisperer.” In the article, Dr. Simon discusses female sexual dysfunction, the state of… Read More »

Pellet Hormone Replacement FAQ We know that Hormone Replacement Therapy is essential for managing severe menopause (or andropause, aka “manopause!”) symptoms, and hopefully there is an easy way to deliver it, right? Fortunately, there is!… Read More »

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Study Shows that Deep Dyspareunia can Improve with Interdisciplinary Treatment There is good news for women who are suffering from Deep Dyspareunia! Dyspareunia is the fancy medical term for painful sex, and can be categorized… Read More »

Dr. Rubin at Planned Parenthood DC’s “I Like It” Event “Nobody taught us about the clitoris in medical school, and doctors rarely ask women if they can orgasm…but they should!” That’s what our very own… Read More »

Let's talk about IT - MonaLisa Touch

Let’s Talk About IT Introducing MonaLisa Touch, a groundbreaking vaginal treatment for menopausal women. “IT” is vaginal discomforts, including dryness, burning, itching, and painful sex, all which fall under the umbrella term, “vaginal atrophy.” Vaginal… Read More »

Men have Pills for their Sexual Dysfunction, Why Can’t Women? A Response to “How Addyi, the ‘Female Viagra,’ Can Do More Harm Than Good” By Dr. James A Simon Earlier this month, Dr. Janet Brito,… Read More »

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Maybe you’ve heard of taking Vitamin D supplements to help slow down bone loss, but what about taking it to improve your sexual function and satisfaction? According to a recently published study which took place… Read More »

Until recently, I never knew sexual medicine was its own specialty. I mean, of course there has to be a field of sexual medicine, since there are medical fields for every other aspect of biological… Read More »

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Treating Postpartum Vaginal Laxity If you’ve given birth, you know all the physical and emotional distress associated with the process! And if you’ve given birth vaginally, you know it can be difficult to bounce back… Read More »

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