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Questions You’re Too Embarrassed to Ask Your OB-GYN Answered by Dr. Holly Miller – 119

In this episode of This Grit and Grace Life, we chat with Dr. Holly Miller on women’s health issues you need to know about but are probably too embarrassed to ask. Dr. Miller is a board certified OB-GYN, wife of 20+ years, mother of four, and dedicated to ensuring you know everything you need to about your feminine health.

This episode is filled with questions that women tend to run from…

When do we see a gynecologist?
Why do we see gynecologist?
Do we have to see gynecologist?
And the biggest question, why are we terrified of seeing a gynecologist?

It’s our goal with this episode to put it up to your face that your feminine health is extremely important, and you need to stop putting it on the back burner. Whether you’re busy, you put the needs of others first, or maybe you’re scared something is wrong and you don’t want to face it, you need to go see a gynecologist. It’s that simple! Neglecting your health is no way to handle potential issues you may be facing.

We know after listening, you’ll feel comfortable and confident scheduling your next appointment!

What else you’ll learn:

  • When a teenager should see a gynecologist
  • When you should have your first pap smear
  • How regularly you should have a pap smear and pelvic exams
  • How to feel comfortable when seeing your gynecologist
  • Important information you need to share with your gynecologist
  • What a “normal cycle” should look like
  • Symptoms you need to look out for throughout our womanhood
  • Common issues you need to know are not normal
  • When you need to begin getting regular mammograms
  • The top things Dr. Holly wants you to know about your feminine health
  • Why you never need to feel embarrassed!


Find more from Dr. Holly Miller by visiting her practice website here.

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Quote of the episode:

“I’m interested in women’s health because I’m a woman. I’d be a darn fool not to be on my own side.”
-Maya Angelou

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This Grit and Grace Life hosts, Darlene Brock and Julie Graham cross generational lines and draw from life experience to discuss all things life—from the boardroom to the bedroom, car-lines to college, being single, married or single again. Combining the two traits found in all women, grit and grace, they laugh, share insights and explore the road taken to find strength every day.

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