This week we celebrate women with an in-depth discussion of reproductive health with Dr. Sophia Yen, Co-Founder of Pandia Health and Sheheroes.org. Dr. Sophia Yen is Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine with 20+ years of experience in medicine. She graduated from MIT, UCSF Medical School, and UC Berkeley with a MPH in Maternal Child Health. She serves as a clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Stanford Medical School. Dr. Yen co-founded Pandia Health and enjoys educating the public and other physicians about birth control, acne, weight management, and other adolescent health issues. Dr. Yen answers all of your questions around menstruation and female sexual health. Listen to this enlightening conversation around furthering women’s empowerment through managing female hormones with confidence. #periodsoptional
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