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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).


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