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Some physicians enter a patient's life in an emergency or in a period of severe pain or trauma.

West Michigan's only Center for Women's Sexual Health is expanding and moving to a new facility! Working together with Grand Rapids OB/GYN, the practitioners at the Center for Women's Sexual Health understand that the complex job of taking care of oneself includes more than simply taking a pill.

My stomach tenses with nerves and anxiety as I sit in the cold, blue-tinted doctor's office. She's told me I have secondary amenorrhea. My bone density is far lower than it should be for an athletic 18-year-old. She wants me to eat more. I can't do that: Doesn't she know I'd gain weight? Unacceptable.

Though the vagina itself isn't the be-all-end-all of your sex life, it's vital to know it could negatively impact your sex life if not kept healthy—and greatly improve it, when healthy.

When Leola Lewis was 26 years old, she suffered a severe stroke. Despite high blood pressure, high cholesterol and her family history, she didn't see it coming. After a six-week hospital stay, Lewis worked hard during inpatient rehabilitation.

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