Dr. Berman offers ThermiVa to her patients as an in-office, non-surgical procedure for labia and vaginal tightening, improvement of both stress and urinary incontinence, atrophic vaginitis (post menopause dryness) and anorgasmia (orgasmic dysfunction). ThermiVa uses radiofrequency energy to rejuvinate the collagen of the vagina. Watch the videos below which further explain the process and benefits of the ThermiVa process.
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Jennifer Berman, MD
1125 S. Beverly Dr. Suite 401
Co-host of the Emmy-Award winning daytime talk show, The Doctors,
Dr. Jennifer Berman can also be found:
View the clips below that feature Dr. Jennifer Berman imparting her medical tips and tricks for maintaining a healthy sex life and overall well being. Some topics covered include male kegel exercises, massaging the prostate for optimal male health, as well as finding the O-spot, the G-spot, and more.
To hear Dr. Berman talk about female hormones, at sonoran living click HERE.
To hear Dr. Berman talk about female hormones, at Smart Family click HERE.
Dr. Jennifer Berman, one of the nation's leading sex experts and medical director of this site, appeared on the "Dr. Phil" TV show on Thursday, Feb. 24th. The topic had to do with safe sex. Three single guys on the show not practicing it got a wake up call!!!! Dr. Berman offered her advice. We will present a clip from the show.
Our Dr. Jennifer Berman, medical director of this site, appears often as a guest of "The Doctors" nationally syndicated TV show. You can see a compilation of her appearances, highlighting women's issues you all may be wondering about.
Thats Dr, Berman on the right, who also took part in the "Battle of the Sexes." Click Here to see the video.
A less expensive version of the female condom (FC) was recently approved by the FDA. Will this increase the use of this contraceptive form, which offers several important benefits for women? Male condoms have played an important role in global HIV prevention over the past few decades. In recent years, women have become increasingly vulnerable to HIV, especially in highly afflicted sub-Saharan Africa. Since women are not always able to insist on the use of male condoms, there is a great global need for affordable and accessible woman-controlled barrier methods that provide dual protection against unintended pregnancy and the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS.
A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA, April 6,2011)) sheds new light on taking estrogen. Here is what it means to you.
Estrogen versus Estrogen and Progesterone and Uterine Cancer
Like all medications, estrogen is a powerful hormone with benefits and risks that have to be weighed and personalized for each woman. Forty years ago estrogen was so popular and considered so beneficial that almost all women were encouraged to take it from the time of menopause until death. Unfortunately, it was found that estrogen alone can cause cancer of the uterus. Women who have had a hysterectomy and had their uterus removed don’t have this problem.
Then researchers discovered that women who take daily estrogen combined with progesterone for at least 10 days of the month did not get uterine cancer. There were some risks of blood clots and strokes, but overall it was believed that estrogen plus progesterone protected the uterus from uterine cancer and estrogen helped to prevent heart disease. The heart disease part of this changed with more research.