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Stephanie Prima with a heartfelt review of NeuEve

Holistic health mentor Stephanie Prima recently wrote about a heartfelt topic: her personal sexual health and how NeuEve has helped. NeuEve is nothing short of brilliant! Here's more: "I’m creating this post to be as open and honest as I possibly can be about a topic that I have never yet heard anyone talk about. Doctors don’t even have a viable solution for this condition. So it’s scary to make myself this vulnerable. But I trust that my words will once again inspire others. My condition reached a point where inserting anything was too painful and my partner didn’t want to inflict any more on me. While I was emotionally willing and wanting, my body simply couldn’t. For some women, these conditions can result in decreased sensations or libido as well. From this understanding, it’s no wonder so many women entering menopause have little sexual desire. They talk about hot flashes and weight gain, but the rest of the symptoms are simply too embarrassing to admit. I actually fe…
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Meet Ana Palmeire-de-Oliveira, Winner of the NeuEve Award for Best Contribution in Vulvo-Vaginitis Research!

From left to right:
Prof. Dr. Ljubomir Petricevic of Austria, Medical University of Vienna,
Ana Palmeire-de-Oliveira, University of Beira Interior,
Prof. Dr. Gilbert Donders of Belgium, President of ISIDOG Congratulations to Ana Palmeira-de-Oliveira, for her important contribution to vulvo-vaginitis research! Ana was awarded a travel scholarship from NeuEve for her journal article published in European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. NeuEve is very proud and we feel blessed to be able to support young scientists, especially in the extremely important field of woman's health! She wrote the article: Vaginal semisolid products: Technological performance considering physiologic parameters Here's the abstract: Vaginal semisolid products are frequently used to treat vaginal infections and atrophy-related symptoms of menopause. Formulations composition and the methods for their characterization, especially those developed concerning the target epithelia, are key tools to …

Meet Julian Marschalek, Winner of the NeuEve Award for Best Contribution in Vulvo-Vaginitis Research!

From left to right:
Prof. Dr. Ljubomir Petricevic of Austria, Medical University of Vienna,
Julian Marschalek, Medical University of Vienna,
Prof. Dr. Gilbert Donders of Belgium, President of ISIDOG Congratulations to Julian Marschalek, for his important contribution to vulvo-vaginitis research! Julian was awarded a travel scholarship from NeuEve for his journal article published in Breast Care. NeuEve is very proud and we feel blessed to be able to support young scientists, especially in the extremely important field of woman's health! He wrote the article: Influence of Orally Administered Probiotic Lactobacillus Strains on Vaginal Microbiota in Women with Breast Cancer during Chemotherapy: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Double-Blinded Pilot Study Here's the abstract: Background: Due to chemotherapy and estrogen deprivation therapy, genitourinary syndrome of menopause is a common condition in breast cancer patients. We aimed to determine the effect of an orally administ…

1000+ Stories Campaign

Today, we are proud to announce that Dr. Renjie Chang's personal story was featured on The Story Exchange's 1000+ Stories Campaign. The 1000+ Stories Campaign is an aspirational project whose goal is to help share and spread knowledge and inspiration. We hope that Dr. Chang's experiences and life journey can serve as an inspiration to future generations of women entrepreneurs.

Interview on Ehealth Radio Podcast

Today, Dr. Chang's interview with Ehealth Radio podcast was published! Thank you so much, Eric Michaels! Here is a transcript of the podcast: 1. What are the major gaps in women's healthcare today, and is that what inspired you to create NeuEve? Today, people live longer than before. Many new type of drugs, like Viagra, are developed, but they are mostly for men. The medical community and drug companies have paid less attention to women. Vaginal atrophy after menopause is a common health issue. It affects many mid-aged women, especially breast cancer survivors. Today, vaginal atrophy is treated with estrogen, but it has cancer risk. Many women, especially cancer survivors, cannot use estrogen. Due to painful sex or unable to have intimacy, these women have decreased quality of life, and some lost marriages. Another major health issue is bacterial vaginosis or BV. Major symptoms include fishy odor and discharge. It increases the risk for STDs, cervical cancer …

Dr. Chang's advice featured in Romper and YourTango

A big thanks to Caroline Shannon-Karasik from Romper and Aly Walansky from YourTango for featuring Dr. Chang's expert medical advice in their articles! How Soon After Conception Sex Can I Take A Pregnancy Test? Fertility Experts Weigh In, by Caroline Shannon-Karasik Dr. Renjie Chang, OB-GYN and founder of NeuEve, a women's health startup, agrees, telling Romper that "if you are pregnant, then your body's hCG should double every day, and soon the test should be positive." From Romper

7 Craaaazy Things That Happen To Your Body Right AFTER You Have Sex, by Aly Walansky 6. Your vaginal secretions increase. After having sex, excessive vaginal secretion is normal. "It means that you might have experienced orgasm. Your body has just secreted a lot of happy juice,'" says Dr. Renjie Chang. For older women after menopause, due to estrogen reduction in the body, her vaginal secretion becomes less, causing dryness and vaginal atrophy (shrinkage). From You…

Posterior Fourchette Fissures, Simply Explained

What is the Posterior Fourchette? The Posterior Fourchette is located at bottom of your vaginal entrance. It is a thin tissue fold and should be able to stretch during sexual intercourse. What is a Posterior Fourchette Fissure and what causes it? If you are approaching menopause, you may have had an OB-GYN exam and felt some sharp pain. You doctor may have told you that you have a Posterior Fourchette Fissure. The main cause for most posterior fourchette fissures is atrophic vulvovaginitis. Other causes of posterior fourchette fissures include yeast infections, lichen sclerosis, and eczema. How does Atrophic Vulvovaginitis affect the Posterior Fourchette? When you are a young healthy woman, sexual activity is usually OK. When you are reaching menopause, your hormone levels drop. Lots of women then experience vaginal dryness. First it can feel like sand paper. As atrophy is progressing, the vaginal tissues start to shrink. Finally, the vaginal entrance could become as tiny …