I’m a board certified obstetrician / gynecologist in Los Angeles. I love what I do. I love helping women navigate issues of sex, fertility, pregnancy, and everything before, after, and in between.
I’m a mom. Two pregnancies and 3+ years of baby care down. Pregnancy and especially postpartum absolutely blew my mind. Before my own pregnancy, I was giving postpartum care packages as baby shower and delivery gifts to my friends along with at least a little postpartum advice from their ‘call me anytime’ OBGYN. Those packages focused a bit more on the medical practicality side of things and a little less on pampering…but it was the pampering (terrible baby pun there, sorry) that my friends responded to most. After my son was born and I experienced the remarkable challenges of postpartum firsthand, the idea for a postpartum care package – a collection of the very best of those products – coalesced. I named it Après Push and you can check it out at ApresPush.com. I love feedback and suggestions. Send them my way! And let your friends know too!
About my blog: I tell my patients, my friends, even strangers at dinner parties, the same particulars I write about here. I want to give you information, dispel myths, and make medical literature relevant to our day to day living. The medical information I give is from medically sound and reliable sources. No fake news or magical thinking here.
If you want to see me in person:
I’m an OBGYN with Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (USC). My office is located next to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downtown Los Angeles. My patients deliver their babies there. It’s a wonderful hospital – great nurses, great care, and of course, great doctors! I’d love to see you! You can call my office for an appointment: 213.241-7250. Email is Sara.Twogood@med.usc.edu (I’d love to hear from you, but please schedule appointments through my office and I reserve giving any real medical advice to women who are my patients).
And here’s my disclaimer – THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT TO READ!!
I’m giving you medical information. That doesn’t mean you should apply it to yourself. None of this information is intended to substitute for medical advice. Do not rely on this medical information to diagnosis, prevent, or treat yourself. These are my professional, independent opinions. They do not represent the opinions of USC.