Hello + welcome to this tiny space on the internet! I created this blog (+ changed the name twice since) 14 years ago as a creative outlet from my career in the emergency room as a PA. After spending the past 7 (or so) years on social media outlets, I have decided to delete all of the ones associated with this blog and get back to the heart of blogging.
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Discussing sex and sexual health is oftentimes seen as taboo and having discussions about these topics can be difficult. Many women may not have someone to talk to about their sexual health, low libido, or changes they’ve experienced postpartum. Dr. Sadaf Lodhi is joining me today to talk about the importance of sex education and understanding your sexual health.
Dr. Sadaf Lodhi is a board certified OBGYN in practice for over 23 years. She is also an intimacy coach and practices telehealth. Dr. Lodhi helps women overcome physical and mental barriers so that they can find pleasure in their relationships.
In today’s episode, we talk about sex positivity and negativity, how to navigate low libido, how to create more intimacy within your relationship, and the importance of reaching out for help when you need it.
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Questions answered in this episode:
Can you tell us a little bit about your story and how you came to do what you currently do?
Are you still practicing as an OBGYN with your typical clinical work there or are you primarily doing the business you created on the side?
Can you talk about the importance of sex positivity? And also give us some examples of what the opposite of that would be, which is sex negativity? What do we see in our culture that emulates the sex negativity?
What is the most common reason that someone reaches out to you for help?
What are your thoughts on 30 days of intimacy where someone and their partner do something intimate every single day? Is that just crazy cuckoo to think about? Or do you think there’s actually something to it?
For the women that you’ve seen that are postpartum, what seems to be the commonality with what they might be struggling with specifically?