Why is it difficult for women to prioritize their health? Why is there a vortex of guilt around women's bodies and their medical care? How do we alleviate the fear around women's deepest, most private health concerns? She Says She's Fine is a women's health podcast hosted by popular gynecologist, Dr. Munjaal Kapadia, whose mission is to bust the shackles around patient-doctor..
What can I do to reduce my risk of cervical/ breast cancer?
Does treatment for endometriosis make conceiving difficult?
What is an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test?
What are my fertility options if I have undergone chemotherapy?
What can I do if I can’t orgasm through peno-vaginal sex?
How does one deal with vaginismus?
What are the laws around abortion in India?
When will there be a solution to menstrual cramps?
Will I be judged when I go to a gynaecologist?
This week, Dr. Munjaal along with Mae Thomas, Founder of Maed in India & Head of Production for She Says She’s Fine and Sharanya Subramaniyan, Producer at Maed in India, discuss how the show came about, some reactions it has received and finally, we tackle some listener questions.
What are the obstacles that women face in reporting cases of abuse?
What constitutes marital rape?
What is the role of the police department and the hospital in these cases?
Is there a protocol that should be followed in case of assault or abuse?
What are the Government and NGOs doing to ensure women’s safety?
This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to Dr. Nayreen Daruwalla, Program Director for Prevention of Violence against Women and Children at SNEHA along with Donita Quadros, a project associate with the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative who works on police reform, about how to deal with abuse.
How do women balance their jobs and getting pregnant?
How difficult is it to have sex on the clock?
How do you find the right gynaecologist?
What are the different kinds of treatments available for people struggling to conceive?
Is IVF right for you?
How do you navigate the tough times with your partner?
How can men support their partner?
Is it all worth it?
This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to founder and creative director of Theobroma, Kainaz Messman and Nihal Harchandrai, the head of Finance and Compliance at Theobroma about their journey with In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF).
Is it better to stay at home and rest to avoid miscarriages?
How do you plan for parenthood?
What toll does it take on your relationship with your partner?
How do you deal with losing a baby?
How do you deal with losing four babies?
How do you still find the courage to try for another baby?
This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to CEO of The Glitch, Pooja Jauhari and Pathologist & Head of Diagnostics at Namaha Healthcare, Dr. Riddhi Kapadia about their trials & tribulations dealing with miscarriages.
What was it like to be a gynaecologist in the 70s?
Are women uncomfortable with male doctors?
What are the advancements in gynaecology?
How do lifestyle changes affect women's health?
How can hospitals be more comfortable for patients?
What is the effect of technology on healthcare?
Should patients self-diagnose using the internet?
How important are communication skills for doctors?
This week, Dr. Munjaal sits down with his father, Dr. Vipul and his brother Dr. Vaibhav to discuss the changes in the medical field and their personal experiences as male gynaecologists. They also answer some listener questions too.