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JULY 27, 2020

MEET DR. WOODUS

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tiffany Woodus.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Dr. Woodus. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I’m a country girl from small-town Arkansas. I grew up as a preacher’s kid with a small congregation of supporters, small enough to fit in the living room of our home. Those folks believed in me even before I believed in myself. I mean, they bought into my dreams 100%, so much so that they called me doctor from the age of eight when I first started exploring this dream… 

JULY 22, 2020

No matter how magnetic the connection between you and your partner, experiencing pain or discomfort during or after sex can take a lot of the fun out of your sex life. While waves of tenderness like cramps are usually tolerable, it’s important to understand why you might experience them, how you can find relief from the pain on your own, and when to consult a doctor…

JULY 14, 2020

Shortly after switching from an IUD to the pill, I noticed a sharp decline in my libido. While I loved that my period was shorter and lighter, my desire to get down became virtually nonexistent within the first couple months of being on the pill. I started to explore different methods to increase my sex drive and stumbled on maca root, a supplement derived from a Peruvian plant that’s believed to improve energy levels and sexual function, among other benefits…

 

JUNE 13, 2020

Yo This Can’t Be Life Podcast

In this episode of Yo, This Can’t Be Life we sit down with Dr. Tiffany Woodus. We talk about what exactly fibroid uterine tumors are, the different phases of treatment, and removal options we have way before a hysterectomy is even on the table. We also ponder on why fibroids are more prevalent in African American women, the lack of education given to patients, and why we seemed to be pushed into certain treatment types when there are so many available.

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