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This Is to Mother You: On Caring for a Toxic Parent in Her Greatest Time of Need

Jane Demuth | Longreads | May 2016 | 11 minutes (2,632 words)

When her challenging, cancer-ridden mother suffers a psychotic break, Jane Demuth searches for the wherewithal to help the person who once demanded the most of her. 164 more words

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I Got A Pap Smear Today And So Should You

Firstly, I need to preface this article by saying that I don’t know how to be a proper adult yet and I still find making doctors appointments super scary, so I nagged my mum and eventually she did it for me. 469 more words

Women

12 Things I Need from My Gynecologist

A few weeks ago, I headed to the gynecologist for my annual lady tune-up. As I waited nearly 40 minutes naked (and yes, slightly afraid) in the exam room, I had plenty of time to study anatomical posters of the female reproductive system and really think about what my vagina has done. 63 more words

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Doctors and Rain Survival

Hello! I’m writing my first post for this blog and I’m energized on a Caramel Macchiato. What’s in your cup?

After drinking half my cup of coffee and having a long day (doctor appointment, driving in the rain, working), I feel ready to blog my fingers away. 670 more words

1 Year TTC & Choosing Our Doctor

In May of 2015 my OBGYN began talking to me about starting some testing since we had been trying to conceive (ttc) for a year. We started with a routine pap smear and also blood work for me. 302 more words

Amy Schumer, The Pap Smear And The Truth Of Life In America

Comedy has a way to bring out the truth in the world.

The truth is that as many inroads as women have made, we are still a male dominated society. 46 more words

Feminism

6 Secrets Every OB-GYN Knows

(And you should, too!)

  1. Plan for less pinch.  Take the sting out of your next mammogram and ensure a better image by scheduling it for the week after your period.
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