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Just a few short days

Today is Monday, and my consultation with my Oncologist is on Thursday…just a few short days and I will learn so much more about my stomach cancer. 97 more words


Share Your Story: Patricia

Patricia was only 16 years old when she was diagnosed with Endometriosis.  Now 42, she lives in Montreal, and tells her tale now.  It includes a progressively worsening diagnosis, a full hysterectomy, ongoing medical treatment, and 32 surgeries!   467 more words

Journey through Radiation

After a few months having to make major decision regarding healthcare choices, my journey has begun.  I am starting this blog to share my experiences and possibly help someone who might benefit from what to expect in a similar situation. 395 more words

Scientific Evidence for Reclaim Bladder Control

Don’t Feel Like You Are Lossing Control Of Your Own Body

A new revolutionary Bladder Control method has taken the medical world by surprise!
This simple trick will help you get rid of your worst nightmare TODAY. 751 more words

Sell Me Something

I Love Me 

Valentines Day. Love it or hate it, the 14th of February cannot be ignored. The shops are full of tacky cards, overpriced flowers and cuddly toys. 427 more words


Female Bladder Works

Andrew Siegel MD   2/11/17

This entry is a brief overview of bladder anatomy and function to help you better understand the two most common forms of urinary leakage—stress urinary incontinence and overactive bladder— topics for entries that will follow for the next few weeks.   1,137 more words

Andrew Siegel MD