SHE’S BACK! Dr. Felice Gersh talks birth control, Ozempic, and much more!

#196: Dr. Felice Gersh is a multi award winning physician with dual board certifications in OBGYN and integrative medicine. She is the founder and the director of the Integrative Medical Group in Irvine, where women can be treated in a comprehensive way by combining conventional, naturopathic and holistic medicine.

In this episode, Dr. Felice Gersh talks about Ozempic and its impact on PCOS weight management. She also explains the truth about birth control and alternative methods to achieving hormonal balance.

To work with Dr. Felice Gersh, head over to her website (www.IntegrativeMGI.com) for in-person or virtual appointments! You can also find Dr. Felice Gersh on Instagram (@dr.felicegersh) where you can join her live shows! She is also the author of the best seller book, PCOS SOS: A Gynecologist’s Lifeline To Naturally Restore Your Rhythms, Hormones, and Happiness and her new book PCOS SOS Fertility Fast Track!

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