Dr. Susie Gronski

Podcast

Because life is better without pain in your pants

The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality. 

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Vuh-jahy-nuh talk with Mama Doctor Jones

Hey ladies (and gents), I’ve got a great In Your Pants episode for you today. It’s all about the vah-jay-jay. Yay! I chat it up with, the spunky and fun, Dr. Danielle Jones, MD otherwise known as “Mama Doctor Jones”.

 
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Dr. Jones is an Obstetrician/Gynecologist and an advocate for female superwomen trying to merge medicine and all things that come along with being a woman.  She’s a wife, mom to twins + 1 and a Texan who loves Chicago Cubs baseball. Woohoo, Go Cubbies! 

 
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On today’s show, I ask Dr. Jones about benefits and risk of contraceptive therapy; everything from birth control pills to the good ol’ fashioned pull out method. She recommends checking out a cool educational website for all things birth control - bedsider.org. Dr. Jones answers my curiosities about having a retroverted uterus and how it’s totally common and nothing to freak out about.

We even talk about why vaginas should be left alone. So, no, don’t go sticking a cucumber up there ladies. I don’t care what GOOP tells you.

“We need to live in a more body positive world”, says Dr. Jones. Check out the Labia Project so you can start appreciating the beauty of your vulva. They come in all different shapes and sizes and they're all beautiful!

 
 

This episode is one not to be missed, so what are you waiting for?! Listen here.

👉  Don’t forget to follow Mama Doctor Jones on Instagram and Twitter and she’s got an awesome blog.

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