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  • Inge

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekAfter realising I knew far too little about how my own body worked I picked up this book and found out that that's pretty much everyone We're left with uestions we're too embarrassed to ask and Google isn't always helpful in reassuring you when you're worried Raise your hand if you've ever looked up any symptoms an


  • Laura

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekEveryone whether they have a vagina or not should read this book


  • Call Me Shivi

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekVery disappointed by the anti vegan message the author sends throughout the book She advocates consuming dairy and points to a study that is funded bythe dairy industry She also talks about vegan diets having deficiencies yet fails to mention omnivorous diets on average have 7 nutrient deficienciesvegan diets have 3 Not checking to see if a research paper has conflicts of interest makes me uestion the other references she’s used in the bookFortunately I dug a little deeper when I read her dietary recommendations but if I


  • Liv

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekThe Gynae Geek's no nonsense guide is one of the best most straight talking reliable fact based and easy reading books on women's health It talks all about how our menstrual cycle is connected with our eating sleeping exercising and lifestyle patterns It talks about what a smear test is and why we should go for one as women basically if you don't know it detects abnormal cells in your vagina caused by hpvs and helps to get those treated before they turn into cancer It talks about pregnancy a


  • Cass - Words on Paper

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekA must read for everyone I'm so glad to have stumbled upon this book will definitely be buying myself a personal copy for reference and to share with others There is so much conflicting information about female sexual health it's impossible to know what to even do any Mitra addresses absolutely anything you may be wondering about in a brief non judgemental and accessable way encouraging readers to seek further professional help if needed


  • Claire Jones

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae Geekgreat book that is aimed at a regular reader who wants to know about their bodies and health How it's all supposed to work and what can be done when things dont go to plan Really aimed at younger and older people alike who are concerned about their gynecological health


  • Emily Yolland

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekI wish I had had this book in my life sooner Will be recommending to ALL of the ladies in my life thank you Dr Anita


  • Ee

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekI highly recommend this book not only is it entertaining it contains a lot of common sense and information anyone with a vagina should take time to read about


  • Alexandra D.

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekAnita is very knowledgeable and a reliable source of information I really liked her style and especially the surprising and sometimes shocking stories she told This books is super helpful


  • O

    review ç The Gynae Geek The Gynae GeekVery useful book to read for information about females bodies It does get a little bit too repetitive every chapter is ended with first an FA section 'all you wanted to ask' and then a 'knowledge bomb' which is a summary The very end of the book has another short summaryI found the first half which is very fact based about anatomy and the cycle of the menstrual period most interesting The section on diseases feels like it could be used as an encyclopedia there was a lot of detail on treatment etc that didn't feel massively relevant to me but very useful to have if you need it laterHer writing style is very inviting the author tries hard to make it an easy read to appeal to I guess people who don't read a lot of researchnon fiction To me it felt a little bit 'too appealing' if that makes sense but I realise I am probably not part of the main target group a lot of the factsinformation presented really isn