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When youâ€™re Elvisâ€™ daughter, fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches are in your genes, but such a tasty lineage means that you’re, unfortunately, going to be made fun for the way you look in your jeans. Lisa Marie Presley has been blasted in the press for her recent weight gain, with headlines like “Lisa Marie Presley Has Become A Fat Slob Just Like Her Dad” splattered across the tabloids. But it turns out sheâ€™s pregnant, not fat! Sources close to the R&B royalty say although sheâ€™s not one to blab about such things, sheâ€™s going to have her third child with her fourth husband, rocker Michael Lockwood. Chew on that, paparazzi! Keep reading »
Birth nowadays is usually a sweaty, messy, drug-addled experience. But now a group of doctors and midwives promise that if you go au natural, the baby will come the same way you did at its conception — with an oh-so-pleasurable orgasmic birth! World renowned midwife Ina May Gaskin says, “It is possible to have an ecstatic birth — in fact, that is the best natural high that I know of.” Experts believe that in an unassisted, drug-free birth scenario, the woman can be left to experience the contractions often misidentified as pain and, with the help of, um, stimulation, even enjoy them. If you’re eager to find out more, the docs are hard at work finishing a documentary to promote this new handy technique. While the experts claim the process will save you money on medical expenses, you may have to spend a lot more on doctors when your kid finds their homemade child birth porno video. [Nerve] Keep reading »
After nine years at Brooklyn’s New York Methodist Hospital, OBGYN Josine Veca has seen it all. Here she gives The Frisky her diagnosis of what women want when they stop by.
What are common concerns for women when they come to see you?
It varies by age group. Younger patients, 30 and below, are usually concerned with STDs, birth control, or, if not, trying to prevent pregnancy. As the women get older and are approaching menopause, they’re worried about hot flashes, irregular periods, and symptoms that may be unusual. I’d estimate that 30 to 40 percent are concerned with a mixture of those issues.
How much prying do you have to do or do most women come in with their own specific questions?
A lot of women who come in with their own questions are very comfortable talking about sex. But if they don’t, the subject usually comes up when I’m interviewing them. At first they may be tentative, but the idea is to open communication
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