Dr. Doireann discusses all things health, lifestyle and well-being, sharing important messages on healthy living with her listeners.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Fibroids
Dr. Vicky O'Dwyer, Obstetrician and Director of Gynaecology at The Rotunda Hospital, discussed the symptoms, diagnosis, fertility implications and treatment options of PCOS and Fibroids.
Dr. Meredith Kinoshita, Paediatric SpR, discusses the benefits of breastfeeding as well as identifying ways we can support families who choose breastfeeding. Orla Dorgan, General Practice Nurse and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, gives practical advice on how to establish and maintain breastfeeding as well as tips and tricks for common pitfalls.
Anxiety in Children
Dr. Niamh Lynch, Consultant Paediatrician, describes the signs and symptoms of anxiety in children of different ages and how to speak to children about anxiety.
Dr. Deirdre Lundy explains perimenopause and menopause; the symptoms, the diagnosis, treatment and why it's so important for our physical and mental health.
Dr. Hugh O'Connor, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at The Coombe Hospital in Dublin discusses symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and management of endometriosis as well as its impact on fertility, quality of life and pregnancy.
Dr. Noirin Russell, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Clinical Director of Cervical Check
In this episode I discuss the new HPV screening program with Dr. Noirin Russell, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Clinical Director of Cervical Check. Dr. Russell explains the changes that came in to effect in July 2020, how HPV effects the cervix and the symptoms of cervical cancer to always get checked.
Factual and so interesting
Absolutely loved the series so far . My absolute favourite is Dr. Mary Ryan . Such a straight talking professional , Dr .Doireann made it easy listen to and to relate and easy to understand
Horrendous nutritional advice
“Two slices of bread. A small potato. Root vegetables only at the weekends.
Greek yoghurt is slightly high in carbs”
Christ, had to turn off this nutribollix.
Way to perpetuate archaic “food rules”
Also- male doctors should always have been dealing with women’s issues 🤦🏻♀️ but thank god they let the women into medicine. EYE. ROLL.
Medical Doctors telling people not to eat root vegetables on weekdays! The mind boggles!