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Hi All,

I'm a Gynecologist in the process of creating a blog in Women's health.  Of course, there is already a wealth of medical information on the internet...though many times, the information can be difficult to decipher, especially for the average non-medical reader. Further, the information isn't alway easily prioritized...possibley leaving some people thinking they may have a much more serious condition than their symptoms suggest...or even worse, they may UNDER-diagnose their symptoms.

I plan on creating a simple,quick-read format, and want to be a clear voice for today's busy, yet health concious women. We'll address topics and answer questions that come up everyday in our practice.

Aside from competancy, one of the greatests skills I share with my patients is quality communication. My approach had always been to treat patients just as I would a sister or friend. In nearing my 15th year in a successful OB/GYN practice, I'd have to say the patients have apprecitated that 'Girlfriend's' approach, and friendly touch. (Hopefully my caring yet witty personality will come though..;)

If one patient in my office has a question on a Gynecologic topic...then so do countless other women.  I've decided to use social media/blogging to share my answers with all who are interested.

Would you be interested in joining/sharing in on a blog such as this?

 

Look for us soon at GynoGroupie.com

For now on Twitter/FB at   drsuzyyhall 

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Look forward to following your blog please let me know when it is up

Thanks Pamela! I'm new to MBC, just starting to navigate around. I sent you a friend request. For now find me on Twitter or FB

drsuzyyhall

Pamela Clemens-Sahagun said:

Look forward to following your blog please let me know when it is up

I would love to read this! I would love some advice and answers on the Mirena IUD! Can't wait to read your blog!

Brittanie,

So happy to hear your interest!

I've done posts on Mirena, reversible, reliable contraception, with the advantage of lighter periods.

Join us at GynoGroupie!

Find me at my DrSuzyyHall Facebook page or Twitter :)

@drsuzyyhall



Brittanie Pyper said:

I would love to read this! I would love some advice and answers on the Mirena IUD! Can't wait to read your blog!

Great! I will have to check out your blog. I actually am curious about what I found called the "mirena crash". I had my Mirena removed August 1, 2012 and my husband and I have been trying to conceive with no luck yet. I also have not had a menstrual period since that time. Have you ever heard of the Mirena Crash? 

There can be a delay in the return of normal menstrual cycles after discontinuing a birth control pill (not common, but make take up to a few months.) This may be similar for mirena...though I'm not familiar with any term 'mirena crash'.

(Sorry but just as a caveat, I must add: My postings are not intended to serve as medical advice. Their intent is purely informational.)

Brittanie Pyper said:

Great! I will have to check out your blog. I actually am curious about what I found called the "mirena crash". I had my Mirena removed August 1, 2012 and my husband and I have been trying to conceive with no luck yet. I also have not had a menstrual period since that time. Have you ever heard of the Mirena Crash? 

Hi Pamela!

Check out our fun, new blog on Women's Health Concerns at GynoGroupie.com!  We're Ob/Gyns sharing 'Simple Answers to Everyday GYN Health Concerns'.

Find me at DrSuzyyHall's Facebook page :)

Pamela Clemens-Sahagun said:

Look forward to following your blog please let me know when it is up

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