Andrea Eisenberg, M.D.Medical Reviewer
Andrea Eisenberg, MD is a board certified ob/gyn in the Metro Detroit area. She takes care of women throughout their lifespan, from the teenage years through menopause, including delivering their babies. Her special interests include minimally invasive surgeries, adolescence, family planning, infertility, and menopause. In addition, Andrea writes about the human side of medicine at secretlifeofobgyn.com and has had several essays published in a variety of journals. To decompress, she enjoys trail running and baking.
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