Women's Health:
Down There Doctors
This team of Urogynocologists are sharing powerful information that women want to know more about.
  • Why pelvic health is so important and how we can apply the latest knowledge in this area to head-off potential issues.
  • How women from young ages can feel embowered to learn how to stay in control of their health—pelvic, reproductive, and sexual.
  • Everything informative related to women's health and wellness "down there."
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From Anonymous Amazon Book Reviewers on A Woman's Guide to Her Pelvic Floor:

"Many Gen-X women grew up in a time with less body positivity and transparency than is encouraged today. Most of our anatomy education was handed down from our female family members and discussed at length in slumber parties with equally clueless girlfriends. This book is like your coolest friend is also a highly trained doctor. Well-researched and presented with frankness and a little bit of humor, this book is the education we all missed. And each chapter explains 'down there'—with questions you may not have known to ask. So get the book club together—this is your next read!"

"When the only options for learning about women's health issues are Dr. Google or an annual 10-min OB-GYN appointment, this book is a breath of fresh air. Whether you have current issues or want to see how to proactively maintain a healthy pelvic floor, this is a trusted, one-stop shop to concisely learn about your body and how to take care of it. I'm telling all of my friends about it."

"This is my go-to resource for all of my hard-to-ask women’s health questions. This book is comprehensive, clear, and funny. There is very little out there for female health references, and this book does an amazing job of normalizing women’s health in an approachable, easy-to-read way."

" Knowledge is power. The impact of the issues addressed in this book is huge, but it's not discussed frequently enough, and there's a lot of confusing information out there. These authors do an outstanding job explaining the essentials in a concise, clear manner. Interesting, useful, and enjoyable read!"

"I'm really impressed by Doctors Anger, Eilber, and Scott. They've taken a lot of the unknown/uncomfortable topics about the pelvic floor health and addressed it in a way that's engaging, educational, and empowering."

"An easy, quick read. Just the right amount of details to be informed about all things down there. Great to use as a reference guide as issues arise or to be prepared for what to expect as we age. It normalizes insecurities we all have about our own bodies. I will be sharing this book with my college-aged nieces, my sisters, and all my girlfriends!"

"Finally, there’s literature about what to expect in an aging women’s body and specifically our female parts! Stuff changes as we get older, yet no one really talks about it or has answers or a path to follow. This book is well-written, funny, and makes you feel like you’re in good hands…these female doctors have decades of knowledge with patients and studies. So many of my questions were answered, and I don’t feel like such an idiot wondering if I was ever going to get to the bottom of these issues. Thank you for taking the time to put this out to the public! So well done & worth the read!"

"Every woman needs a copy of this book! Fantastic review of topics that women are often confused by or embarrassed to discuss."

Available for Stories on Women’s Health, Pelvic Floor Health, Sexual Wellness, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Reproductive Health, Menopause, Urology
Karyn Eilber, MD

Dr. Eilber is a Professor of Urology and Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the Program Director for the Cedars-Sinai Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) fellowship training program. Prior to joining Cedars-Sinai, Dr. Eilber practiced at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. She completed medical school, urology residency and a fellowship in female pelvic medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Dr. Eilber’ s research focus has been in the areas of urogynecology and female sexual dysfunction, and she has published multiple peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters. She has lectured nationally and internationally and instructs other physicians across the country on how to perform certain FPMRS surgical procedures. She is the co-founder of Glissant Intimate Care and a founding medical partner of Doctorpedia.
Jennifer Anger, MD

Dr. Anger is a world-renowned urologist and health services researcher. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley with a biology major and Spanish minor, she attended medical school at the University of Southern California, then completed her urology residency at New York Weill Medical Center. She did a clinical fellowship in urologic reconstruction and FPMRS at Duke University, followed by a second fellowship in urological health services research at UCLA. She has received several grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and continues to receive funding for her research in health disparities and improving the quality of urological care for aging women. Her research in health disparities has demonstrated unequivocally that ethnicity, education level, and language can all be barriers to women’s access to health care. She has published over 250 peer-reviewed articles and has lectured all over the world. Her practice has an emphasis on gender affirming surgery, and she is Professor of Urology and Vice Chair of Research at the University of California, San Diego Department of Urology.
Victoria Scott, MD

Dr. Scott has a long-standing interest in quality-of-care research in female pelvic medicine that began during her medical school training at UCLA. She completed her urology residency and a fellowship in FPMRS at UCLA. While a resident and fellow at UCLA, her research was focused on developing quality-of-care indicators for women with urinary incontinence and vaginal prolapse and improving the quality of care delivered to women with recurrent urinary tract infections. Currently, her efforts are aimed at better educating primary care providers in the treatment of female pelvic floor disorders to further improve the care of women with these conditions. She has published multiple peer-reviewed manuscripts and presented her research at numerous national conferences. Before joining her current practice with Optum, she was Director of Education for the Cedars-Sinai FPRMS fellowship training program and on the faculty of the Cedars-Sinai Urology Residency training program.
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