Dr. Shelley S. Binkley, MD addresses women’s health concerns with the latest information on treatments, procedures, and medications.
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I am very happy to have found this site! I am 50 in 3 weeks time and have been suffering with anxiety on and off for the last 4 years. It’s really nice to know I am not the only one feeling like this, and going out of my mind!
How lovely to see some accurate information about breastfeeding. ‘Tis a rare sight for most of us!
Thank you for this article on prolapse. I’m seeing the doctor Monday and this has been immensely helpful to know what I want to try, as well as giving me valuable information about pessaries. Before reading this I didn’t really want to try one, now I think that should be the first step.
Thank you so much for this site and the info on endometriosis surgery. Your explanations are really detailed and helpful compared to the other articles I’ve read.
Thank you so much for your post on incontinence. The last thing we want as women is to no longer feel like we are attractive and appealing. But, not coping with this problem only serves to make us feel like we are less. Thank you for the information!
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A doctor who welcomes internet research from her patients? How refreshing! As a patient, I really feel like it’s my responsibility to inform myself on my condition. When my kids have had problems, I’ve turned to the internet – and occasionally ended up with more specific knowledge on the subject (allergies and infant colitis) than our pediatrician. The doctors we see are fantastic, but they can’t be specialists in everything. I think that the key is to do as you suggest – get information from several reputable sites and be aware as you research so that you don’t let the information “make you sick.”
Thanks for this!