Awards, Honors & Features

Dr. Sherry Ross was featured in the Sex section of the May 2017 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. The feature, entitled “Sex Q&A No-BS responses to questions you can only ask Cosmo,” included Dr. Sherry’s expertise on responding to readers questions on sex. Dr. Sherry stated, “The vagina is very pliable and accommodating, especially with adequate foreplay and lubrication.”

Dr. Sherry was featured in the May 2017 Issue of Dr. OZ The Good Life Magazine. The feature, entitled “Healthy Body” included tips from experts on how to live your healthiest life, daily. Dr. Sherry stated, “Menopause isn’t the only cause. Scented soaps, sanitary wipes and pads, caffeine, alcohol, and even cold and allergy meds can dry things out down there.”

Dr. Sherry Ross was featured on ABC 7 Eyewitness News, which went live on April 28, 2017. The segment included a live interview with Dr. Sherry about how women are embarrassed or intimidated to ask their OB/GYN questions about their own health. Dr. Sherry stated, “The conversation has to start hopefully in your doctor’s office with your gynecologist and you can have the conversation, not online or in a chat room. The teen years are so important and I have a great chapter introduced by Yolanda Hadid when she introduced Gigi and Bella at an early age, ideally its between 13 and 18 and you start talking about comfortable topics related to your period, pre-menstrual syndrome, if you’re having cramps, did you get the HPV vaccination, and things like that you just start building a relationship.”

Dr. Sherry Ross was featured in the June 2017 issue of Cosmopolitan. The feature, entitled “What Gynos Wish You Knew,” included information on pre-exam rituals doctors recommend to follow before an annual exam. Dr. Sherry suggested avoiding having an exam during your period. She stated, “Too much blood on a Pap smear swab could create inaccurate results or even false positives.”

Dr. Sherry Ross was featured in the June 2017 issue of Cosmopolitan. The feature, entitled “Sex Q&A,” included reader’s questions about sex and sexual health that were answered by leading doctors. Dr. Sherry stated, “You have to be able to relax, be in the moment, and feel completely safe and uninhibited with your partner so you can communicate what feels good.”

Dr. Sherry Ross was featured on Sirius XM – Doctor Radio – Sexual Health, which aired live on May 9, 2017. During the segment, Dr. Sherry and host, Dr. Miriam Greene discussed her debut book, She-ology, and took questions from listeners as they called in.

If you have an online account with SiriusXM you can listen on demand here:

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