My mission is to empower women to live their best love lives. Combining the power of mind-work, body-science and relationships, I joyously break down the societal barriers that are keeping us from living our best intimate lives.
Whether you are young or past menopause, single or in a long-term bond, it is never too late or too early to realize YOU ARE NOT BROKEN. With humor, candor and ease, I break down the stories that we have been told about being sexual beings, to help us play, explore, and normalize our lives. Nothing in this podcast is personal medical advice, of course.
Faking It, Libido Myths, and Filling up Your Piggy Bank - A Superhero Dressed as a Doctor
This is pure gold. Funny, quick and wicked smart, Dr. Stephanie Hart joins me today to talk everything libido!
She is a family doctor in Canada who specializes in sexual health and now that Is her full time practice! Foothills Sexual Function Clinic.
We met on a FB group! We connected when I posted a picture of “A Clinicians guide to systemic sex therapy’
Share your path about how you got to this point in your career.
What is the most common sex issue between couples?
What is anorgasmia? Options?
What myths do non-gender conforming or non-straight couples have?
What is a myth that men have about women’s sexual function? - - -
What is a myth that women have about men’s sexual function? - - -
The analogy of “the piggy bank”
Sharing a sexual success story
How can a man help a female partner who struggles with desire?
Talk to us about menopause and sex – myths or special considerations.
How should we talk to our partners about sex?
What to do if a man has low desire or doesn’t want to talk to his partner about sex?
What is your opinion on “scheduling sex”
What are your tips or “must do list” for a woman with low libido.
#66 - Sexual Dysfunction Expert and More!
Sexual dysfunction expert!
Today I am so excited to talk to Dr. Sophocles.
She is a gynecologist and sexual medicine specialist practicing in Princeton NJ.
She appears regularly on the radio program Sirius XM Doctor Radio.
She sees women for menopause and sexual dysfunction concerns as well as general gynecology.
You can find her at www.princetongyn.com
How did you get into menopause and sexual dysfunction treatment?
Why do you think sexual dysfunction is so common?
Biggest misconception about menopause that you see?
Talk about perimenopause – when does it start?
How do you transition a woman from birthcontrol/IUD to menopause hormones?
When is the right time age wise to start hormones?
How long can women be on hormones now?
Can hormones help sex lives?
Do you have any favorite non-hormonal vaginal moisturizers? @femmepharma
Lichen Sclerosis Resources
Let’s talk about vaginal lasers. How do you incorporate them into a woman’s plan?
Tips for keeping sexually active in the mid-life?
What’s in the future for you with this work?
Hostage negotiation skills, "early menopause", and sunscreen and seatbelts for your pelvis! My 65th podcast and first LIVE recording!
Here is my first ever live podcast recording! I answer some IG follower’s questions about menopause and then I bring on Dr. Jessica Krant, dermatologist and functional medicine physician and vegan to discuss gut health, exercise, and how a healthy body is good for a healthy sex life.
Hostage negotiating communication tips
How to deal with the thought, “the other person is the whole part of the problem”
Learning about trying to control others. Our manuals for other people.
How not to base our happiness on how other people behave.
What is “young menopause” and life expectancy data on hormone replacement therapy in “young menopause”
Have you ever asked yourself “why do I want to have sex”?
Hormones at your doctor office. Different types.
Review of vaginal estrogen versus systemic.
FDA approved bioidentical estradiol. What does bioidentical mean?
NAMS 2017 guidelines on stopping hormones – what is the evidence for stopping and when?
Tips and options on irritation with vaginal estrogen creams.
Sunscreen and seatbelts for the pelvis – vaginal estrogen!
Why we think there is such an interest in menopause right now.
How sex is a vehicle for personal growth
“You learn what you are accidentally tolerating”
The point is the journey!
#Ellen – become the person worthy of getting on Ellen!
Veganism and skin care
The gut and mental health. Serotonin is created in the gut – say what!!
How exercise is anti-aging!
Book discussed – Never Spit the Difference – Chris Voss
Am I Normal? Anatomy and Bladder Issues - A Conversation with a Urogynecologist
Dr. Sarah Boyles is an expert urogynecologist (FPMRS) with more than 15 years of clinical experience. She manages her successful group practice, publishes widely in her field and creates national FPMRS quality standards. For years, she has heard her patients regret not knowing more about their bladder function and wishing this information was easier to find outside of a doctor’s office. Recognizing the need for great pelvic floor education in the real world, she has recently pivoted to creating quality content for women that is easy to obtain through electronic resources.
What is a urogynecologist?
How do i know I am normal? (anatomy wise)
Why is this such a common question these days
What would make me abnormal
Talking about bladder leakage, a huge quality of life problem for women. Women with bladder leakage are less sexually active.
We talk about the two main types of bladder leakage in women – stress and urge incontinence
impact of treating incontinence on sexuality and a woman's quality of life
leaking DURING intercourse - a big deal!
Vulvar tears during vaginal delivery and muscle injury
How to talk to your doctor about your bladder
A Modern Guide to Women's Intimacy
A Modern Guide to Women’s Intimacy
Dr. Jennifer Jane Roelands interviews Dr. Casperson
Why aren’t we talking about female intimacy?
Bringing neuroscience and urology together to understand sex and desire.
What kind of sex education did you get in school or in life and is that serving us?
How do we talk to young people about their bodies? Tips and tricks.
Tips for focusing on the present in order to focus on your sexual self. Brain training!
Why context matters for women. Brain science!
Why alcohol does to the brain – not all good, not all bad.
Let’s talk about scheduling sex.
Why orgasms are good for you.
Why making sex a “to do list” isn’t great for desire.
Advice for new relationships: talk about sex!
Menopause and changing sexual concerns.
Sleep deprivation is horrible for libido
When to see a physician
When to see a sex therapist
Wrapping it up with desire mismatch!
The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter. https://amzn.to/30GlHuL
Becoming Cliterate by Dr. Laurie Mintz. https://amzn.to/38EV2TD
Come as you Are by Emily Nagoski, PhD. https://amzn.to/38CizEI
Find Dr. Roelands at https://wellwomanmd.com/
MENOPAUSE! Week 2 with Dr. Hirsch
You Can't get enough of menopause education and tips! Today we continue to sit with Dr. Heather Hirsch.
She is the host of “Women’s Health by Heather Hirsch” which is dedicated to uncovering and answering many of the myths and misconceptions surrounding women’s health issues.Can you describe peri-menopause and how to thrive during it?
What are the hard stops on who can’t take hormone replacement therapy?
Breasts: The Owner’s Manual – link below
What are the best supplements and vitamins post menopause?
Genitourinary symptoms of menopause and vaginal estrogen
We briefly touch on testosterone.
What is her opinion about pulling a woman off hormones if no sx just because “it has been long enough”
Anything else a woman should know?
A great listen - thank you!
A great listen / thank you!
As a menopausal woman with a complete hysterectomy , I appreciate all this information. As my hysterectomy was required quite quickly, because of a prolapse, I have regrets and still some questions. For instance, what are your thoughts on pelvic muscle trainers, like Pelviline. Or how do you keep your pelvic floor in shape. What exercises should I do? Etc. Again thanks for all your help
Dr. Casperson gives factual educational info about sex in an easy-going way which makes it feel like you are hearing it from a friend. I’m a urologist in Canada and I am impressed with her ability to relay an appropriate amount of medical information without making it sound too medical! Keep up the great work Kelly :) a must-listen for sure!