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Email Me

Sex isn't easy so if you have a sexual health question about you or your partner, feel free to pop me an email nursetalk@hotmail.com.

Book Me as a Speaker

I thoroughly enjoy speaking and educating around sexuality, intimacy, vaginal health, sexual dysfunction of men and women, low sexual desire, and so much more. I have the capability to translate complex medical issues to inspire others to live their best life. To book me as a speaker for your event, please send an email to nursetalk@hotmail.com.

Be a Live Caller on My Radio Show

The CKNW Sunday Night Sex Show on 980 AM is nothing without you. Call me during show time 604-280-9898 or *9898 on your cell. You can also email me anytime at sextalk@CKNW.com.

 

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10 thoughts on “Contact Me

  • August 2, 2016 at 6:28 AM
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    You can certainly see your skills in the work you write.
    The sector hopes for more passionate writers such as you who
    aren't afraid to mention how they believe. All the time follow your heart.

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  • September 2, 2016 at 6:51 PM
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    I'm 54 and experiencing vaginal itching and urge incontinence.I had a cystoscopy and the doctor said my bladder was like a 20 year old. I've had frequent badder infections through out the years.
    I'M ON MY SECOND DAY OF REPAGYN WHICH I FIND VERY OILY. WILL IT HELP WITH THE FREQUENT NEED TO PEE? I'M WAITING FOR AN APPOINTMENT WITH MY FAMILY DOCTOR.THE LAST TIME I SAW HER SHE THOUGHT I HAD A YEAST INFECTION BECAUSE I JUST FINISHED TREATMENT FOR A BLADDER INFECTION WITH ANTIBIOTICS BUT THE TEST WAS NEGATIVE. I AM SO UPSET BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE MY LIFE REVOLVES AROUND WHEN I HAVE TO PEE. I HAVEN'T HAD SEX FOR TWO MONTHS AND I MISS IT. SEX WAS A LITTLE PAINFUL SO A LUBRICANT WAS ALWAYS USED. BUT NOW WITH THE ITCHING AND THE FREQUENT NEED TO PEE AND THINKING THAT I'M GOING TO GET ANOTHER BLADDER INFECTION I'VE BEEN AVOIDING SEX. PLEASE HELP.

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    • September 6, 2016 at 9:39 PM
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      Dear Gail, Thank you for your note. It would be helpful to know your menopausal status. Vaginal dryness is the hallmark symptom of Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) which is when estrogen decreases in the urogenital tract and a woman may experience vaginal dryness, itching, frequency, urgency and recurrent urinary tract infections as well as leakage of urine, post-coital bleeding and/or thin watery discharge. Ask your doctor about low dose localized estrogen therapy in the form of a tablet, cream or a ring. Repagyn is for vaginal dryness and/or itching only. Make sure you are drinking enough water based fluids so that your urine is clear. Urge suppression may help as well. Go to the CNCA.ca website for information on urge suppression. If your doctor prescribes a low dose localized estrogen therapy keep in mind it takes 2-3 months to optimize and it is life long therapy. Hope that helps.

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    • September 10, 2016 at 3:37 PM
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      Repagyn is for vaginal dryness. Sometimes when the vaginal tissues are dry it may cause some urogenital irritation and the need to pee frequently. Vaginal atrophy which is now called Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause is a condition where the estrogen receptors decrease in the urogenital tract and may lead to urgency, frequency,burning, thin watery discharge, vaginal dryness and painful sex, recurrent urinary tract infections and post-coital bleeding. Speak to your doctor about a low dose localized estrogen therapy (which takes 2-3 months to optimize and is lifelong therapy) in the form of a tablet, cream or ring to be used on opposite days of the Repagyn. Thanks, Maureen

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  • September 9, 2016 at 3:32 AM
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    Hi Maureen,
    I've been listening to some of your talks. They are excellent. Thanks so much for doing this. I live in NS. When can we purchase a supply of this JoyGel? I am unable to see where on this site or elsewhere. Thanks.

    John Otvos

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    • September 10, 2016 at 3:29 PM
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      Thank you for your kind words John! I will send you the information requested. Best regards, Maureen

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  • August 9, 2017 at 3:21 PM
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    Hello Maureen I'm Graham from Dublin in ireland i was hoping to get a bit of advise from u as I'm in a sexless marriage and my wife won't talk about it or go to the doctors she keeps saying she will but never dose how can I get her to enjoy sex again

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    • August 12, 2017 at 9:23 PM
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      Hi Graham, Thank you so much for your note. Is there a particular reason she needs to go to the doctor to discuss this? What age is your wife? Is sex painful? Are there issues of abuse? Do you have any unresolved conflict. Have you watch my TEDx Stanley Park talk on you tube? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVgzOyHVcj4&t=295s It might be helpful to have her watch the talk. Many people have told me it has helped them. Also I do Skype consults if you would like further assistance. All the best, Maureen

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