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Why Feminine Hygiene & Care Matters – Especially in the Summer!

Is there such a thing as a summer feminine care? As the temperature “heat dome” continues with numbers in the 100’s consistently this past week in Los Angeles, I know my entire body is hot and bothered – especially down there.   Did you know the vagina a ton of sweat glands? It’s no wonder that […]

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Time to Take Control of Your Sexual Health – Cover Up With the Female Condom

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published October 12 on Huffington Post STIs Continue to Rise to New Records Women are often confused about how often they should be tested for STIs, the long term effects of untreated STIs, and the true definition of safe sex. While many women spend time looking for contraceptive options […]

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Ladies, We Need To Talk About Our Vaginas

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published August 16 on Huffington Post Recently, a patient of mine tearfully confided in me that her boyfriend told her she had plus-size lips compared to “others he’d seen online,” and that she really needed a more sexy-looking cooch. (He wasn’t talking about her mouth here ladies, he was […]

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Back to School: Taking Your Teen V to the Gynecologist

By Dr. Sherry Ross | Originally Published August 21 on Huffington Post When it’s time for back-to-school, there are a million things that parents have to check off their to-do list: purchasing notebooks, making sure their daughter is caught up on her summer reading, buying an expensive pair of cool shoes she begged for. But […]

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Rainbow V: The Medical Community Needs to Step It Up for LGBT Community

By Dr. Sherry A. Ross | Originally Published August 28 on Medium My first priority is giving my patients not only the best care possible, but the respect and compassion that women need and deserve. I reach out to my LGBT community because they are in the minority, the underdogs in receiving medical care and […]

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