Welcome back to The Gyn Down Podcast with Jaimee, Stephanie and Dr. Wendy.
This hot new episode features not only a bladder full of information about how to stay dry, not break the seal and much more news you can use, but we also dive deeper in to the T.I. situation with his daughter, uncovering some facts that you may not know and discussing whether or not they change how we feel about the situation. You don't want to miss this one, and check out the new transitions too.
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We always mix work with fun. In this episode of The Gyn Down Podcast, we discuss health-related topics like how to check yourself for breast cancer and how vaccinations work and why you should consider getting one. We also dive deep into what it means to be curved in a relationship and 10 ways to recognize if it is happening to you. One of us swears it has never happened to us, but then there is a twist. Tune in and have a laugh while you hopefully learn something new. Tell a friend and follow us on Instagram at The Gyn Down Podcast and on Twitter at @GynDown
Here we go back at it. Jaimee, Stephanie and Dr. Wendy are back bringing you a funny dose of love, life, and of course, vaginas. Just 3 women working in a gynecologist where no topic is off limits.
Bear with us on the audio quality. We tried out a new software that didn't love us so much. Stay with us though, because we're making the needed adjustments to bring you clear and fresh content for this season. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @gyndown and Instagram @thegyndown. Thanks for rockin' with us. Comment, like and tell a friend.
Our Sista Jaimee is the birthday girl, but come with us as we have a very candid discussion about what aging means to each of us, from Bigen for our greys, to how we handle thoughts of inadequacy and celebrate our triumphs, large and small.
Follow us on iTunes and Castbox at The Gyn Down Podcast and on Twitter @GynDown. This is the end of Season 1 but we’re coming back at y’all for Season 2 with fresh discussions, laughter and of course education.
This is what happens in conversation when a man says that he wants to test the merchandise before deciding if he wants to date you. Say WHAT? Laugh and learn and don't miss the end outtakes. Hilarious and educational as always. Follow the ladies, Jaimee, Stephanie and Dr. Wendy on Twitter at @GynDown and follow the hashtag #thegyndownpodcast on IG and Facebook. Thanks all.
Only one more episode before the end of Season 1. Tune in next week!
Do you want your significant other to be a little rough around the edges?
Or do you like someone to cater to your every desire? Or something in between. The ladies in this episode take a look at the pros and cons of having a partner with various personality treats. This convo is a must-hear and will have you laughing but also thinking, what do I really want?
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What should your vagina look like? What's normal? What's abnormal? This post from my other blog also features The Great Wall of Vagina. Stay tuned for next week when we rehash the topic at the end of the podcast. Make sure little ears aren't around. We definitely have very raw discussions and often go all of the way left. But we always have a good time broaching subjects that you don't always hear about, especially with a healthcare twist. Enjoy and follow us here and on Twitter at @GynDown, as well as on iTunes, Soundcloud and Castbox.
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Have you ever wondered if your discharge is normal?
Should you use soap? Where should it go? Where should it not go? Jaimee and Dr. Wendy are here for another episode full of laughter and answers. Don’t worry, Stephanie will be back next week. In the meantime, like, follow and share this fun and informative podcast with your friends and connect with us on Twitter @GynDown.
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The ladies are back at it, talking about the new Fashion craze, Jean Panties. Are they fashionable? Are the medically safe? Are they a recipe for baked bread in the crotch? Find out and don't forget to like/subscribe to the podcast, The Gyn Down.
Jaimee, Stephanie, and Dr. Wendy tackle the age-old question,
Is sex healthy?
Does it increase your lifespan? What are the actual benefits and what are the risks. You have to hear this because we discuss the concept of, "The Pussy Passcode."
Also, early in the podcast, we discuss the activity of the hormone Oxytocin. Though Dr. Wendy focused on its function in and around pregnancy, it is also released in romantic relationships and works with dopamine and seratonin to make us feel good. Read more about the activity of Oxytocin in this article from Healthline.com
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The ladies are back, talking about PMS, postpartum depression and all of the emotions that come with having ovaries. Join us as we laugh and learn.
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Drip, drip. Except, unlike Cardi, we aren't talking about "ICE."
Tune in to hear Jaimee, Stephanie and Dr. Wendy (aka Dr. Every Woman) talk about urinary leakage and how to fix it. Then stay around as the conversation takes a turn toward the bedroom.
Make sure no little ears are around because the GLOVES literally come off LOL.
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