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The history, mystery, and majesty of the most fascinating organ In This is How You Vagina, Dr. Nicole Williams presents readers with a much-needed education on the history, science, and attitudes of the most fascinating and misunderstood part of the female anatomy: the vagina. She covers valuable information about sexual function, childbirth, and physiology and provides answers to her patients' (and probably your) most asked questions. She matter-of-factly dispels the most common myths and misinformation concerning female genitalia, including-- - No, your vagina doesn't need steaming
- Those panty liners are unnecessary--your vagina needs to breathe
- It's actually perfectly normal for your vagina to have an odor--consider it your personal brand This book is an easy-to-understand guide, complete with illustrations, for women to explore and understand their vaginas in a way they never have before. You will learn what's normal and what's not, including that, yes, yours is most certainly normal too. This is How You Vagina is essential reading for anyone who is looking to better understand the form and function of this most majestic and fascinating organ.
About the Author
Dr. Nicole Williams is a native of East St. Louis and board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. With the philosophy of marrying both alternative and traditional medicine, Dr. Williams opened The Gynecology Institute of Chicago in July 2013. Since that time, she has expanded the GIC to 3 locations and has cared for thousands of patients (and their vaginas). Dr. Williams has a degree in English Literature and Biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MD from Loyola University Chicago. In 2008, she made it to the final round of ABC's "The Mole" reality show, taking second place. Dr. Williams has appeared in Redbook, Prevention Magazine, Chicago Sun-Times, WomensForum.com, and Bustle. She is a tireless advocate for women's health issues, especially maternal issues, and has successfully lobbied Congress on behalf of her patients, having her formal remarks entered into the public record. Dr. Williams also travels the world extensively, educating and operating on those who need it in the most far flung places. She has worked in Haiti, Rwanda, Ghana, the Philippines, and Cambodia, to name a few. Dr. Williams has also made many appearances on ABC, NPR, WGN, CBS and FOX Chicago as a noted speaker on women's health. She lives in Chicago, IL.