Entries by truly MD Team

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

While most of you, particularly those above the age of 35, are now picturing a couple of bar stools, Sam, Cliff, Norm, Woody, and Frasier, our minds are far from a local bar in Boston. Our minds are on the waiting room of your local fertility clinic. The place where “everybody should know your name” […]

The Enemy: Vaginitis

Vaginal discharge and its friends—itching, odor, and irritation—need no introduction. When they arrive, you know they’re there. They are some of the most unwelcome guests, and you’ll pretty much do anything to boot them from your bottom. As complaints go, they’re the cause of many calls and visits to the GYN and overall can leave […]

Going Long: When the Finish Line May Be Further Than You Think

For all of you runners, swimmers, and cyclists, you know what it takes to prepare for that long-distance jaunt. Aside from what you should eat (#carbLOAD) and what you should wear, how far your legs or arms need to take you is pretty important. Preparation, both physical and mental, is key to crossing that finish […]

Chew on This: What Pregnancy Can Do to Your Teeth

Pregnancy is like the ultimate detective. It leaves no stone (or body part) unturned. It will make your hair fall out, your skin stretch, and your feet grow (say goodbye to many of your pre-pregnancy shoes!). And the fun doesn’t end there. Pregnancy also takes a hit on dental health; cavities, gingivitis, periodontitis, and tooth […]

When to Cut the Cord

While we can’t tell you how long your kids will hang on to you for support, we can talk a little bit about when to cut the umbilical cord! Delayed umbilical cord clamping has become all the rage these days—almost as popular as those fidget spinners! What’s all the buzz about delayed cord clamping, and […]

Big Girls Do Cry

Showing emotion has too long been viewed as a sign of weakness. “Tough” and “strong” meant holding in how you were really feeling, especially as a mom trying to juggle it all. Fear of being judged or being seen as weak or imperfect prevented us from sharing our emotions. No one wanted to be the […]