The FDA recently approved Brisdelle, the first non-hormonal medication for hot flashes associated with menopause. This may be exciting news for women wishing to avoid hormonal options for their hot flashes. But, before you take on a new medication, consider the side effects and other options (including bio-identical hormone replacement) to see
Hormone Replacement Therapy, the life changing treatment for women suffering from imbalance or complete loss of hormones, has seen a breakthrough. Many women and physicians have been hesitant to become involved with HRT, due to the frightening results from the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI). This week, new evidence puts those fears to
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Hormonal changes as you age cause frustrating symptoms, such as vaginal dryness, loss of orgasm and low libido. Identifying the root cause of these symptoms can help you build a treatment plan to manage your hormones and ensure lifelong well being – in and out of the bedroom.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, The Better Show spoke with me on how to rewire your desire and improve your sex life. Be sure to tune in on Friday, February 8, 2013 to The Better Show in your area and learn how to revamp your sex life! Check local listings
October has become synonymous with all things pink and avid awareness of the impact breast cancer has on the lives of millions of women across the globe. The widespread awareness has achieved great things in the fight against breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, there are now more
Jen Landa, MD, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine present the Sexual Health Certification course. Designed for OB/GYNs, Urologists and Family Practitioners, the Sexual Health Certification course provides approximately 50 CME credits for the provider in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of sexual health disorders in men and women. The course
Dr. Sara Gottfried is a Harvard-trained MD with over 20 years of experience. Like Dr. Jen, she believes in “eating your leafy greens rather than popping synthetic pills” and that women everywhere “deserve to feel sexy, ripe and delicious.” Dr. Jen and Dr. Sara recently joined forces to discuss women’s health, vitality,
Many women suffer from low sex drive. In an interview with David Essel of David Essel Alive, Dr. Jen shares her personal story of losing and regaining her sex drive. Click below to listen to her interview online. Click here to listen to Part One Click here to listen to Part Two
When I was trained as a physician, we were taught that if a person lives in the south (south of Virginia) – it is not necessary to check for vitamin D levels. Of course over the past few years, the importance of vitamin D and its rampant deficiency has become evident. Therefore,
If you missed Thursday’s broadcast, you can hear it again on Blog Talk Radio. Listen as I discuss menopause, low libido, hormone balance and thriving as a woman over 40.
Check out an excerpt from The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido as featured on Hitched Online Magazine for married couples. One of the best aspects of planning sex is the element of anticipation. Try sending text messages (“I can’t wait for our date tonight!” or
Tune in to learn all about your favorite health topics when I chat with Ellen Kamhi, The Natural Nurse, on her radio show. The first show will air this Monday, April 30 from 3pm to 4pm EST on the Progressive Radio Network (click here for local station listings or to listen live.)
If you haven’t heard the latest news about the increasingly obvious dangers of birth control, take a moment to read this article from The Wall Street Journal. This, among other reasons, is why I have been telling my patients to get off of birth control pills for many years. Although I am a
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I sat down with Dr. Manny from Health Talk on FoxNews.com to discuss the risks and benefits of testosterone pellet therapy. Pellet therapy has been around since the 1930s–the concept is probably about the same age as Premarin, but much like other bioidentical hormones, a lack of approval from the FDA has