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Dr. Judith Weinstock
Brooklyn, NY
A graduate of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, Dr. Weinstock has been chosen as one of New York Magazine's Best Doctors for 5 years in a row. For more information on her office, visit
Interests: animals, people, plants
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I am sitting here with tears running down my face because LICH, a member of my family, has just bled to death. Remember when Princess Di married Prince Charles and foolishly believed that that was going to be the beginning of a beautiful relationship only to find out it was... Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2013 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Thanks Josephine. Did you really post this at 4:09 am? If so I am glad I could be with you in your quiet awake hours.
My grandmother’s last sister (there were five Miller sisters in all including my grandmother) just died with the advent of the Jewish New Year. She was 100 years old. She was my mom’s pal and they were close for eighty-eight years. She was twelve years older than my mother and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 30, 2012 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
What if Kermit, after years of singing,”It’s Not Easy Being Green” found out that he was really beige? My guess is it would send him into a bit of a tailspin and not just for a moment, either. Green is not just a color he associates with himself, but also... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2012 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
I grew up in the time of TV knobs, typewriters and one telephone service for all. We rode bikes, little red scooters and roller-skates. Cars had fins. I wondered why my family didn’t act like The Cleavers and why my dad was always so angry. I asked my mom why... Continue reading
Posted Feb 23, 2012 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
When Al and Skipper Gore decided to separate, many newspapers ran columns discussing the rupture of long-term relationships and probing the reasons why they occur. As a gynecologist, I am privy to many stories. If there are eight million stories in this naked city, I must have heard at least... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2011 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Learning how to navigate rough waters is part of the growing process and a parent's job is not to make sure the water is never rough, but to help give the child the skills to work through it and to gain long-term perspective.
Toggle Commented Oct 3, 2011 on Hanging In There at Reflections of a Gynecologist
We used to have two cats and a dog living with us. One cat, Sasha, was female, about eight years old and had been declawed before we adopted her. The other cat, Fluffy, (no, we didn’t name her) we had inherited from a relative. Like Sasha, Fluffy was female, declawed... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2011 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Dr. Judith Weinstock is now following Jefferson Friedman
Sep 2, 2011
Dr. Judith Weinstock is now following Heidi Bacon
Aug 9, 2011
sophie, thanks for reading my blogs and for you comments!
I'm almost ready to unburden myself and become a flower child.
Toggle Commented Jul 18, 2011 on Back to the Sixties at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Josephine, Thanks for taking the time to leave some intelligent commentary. Indeed, we are living in scary times.
Toggle Commented Jul 17, 2011 on Back to the Sixties at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Excuse the lag in blogs. My husband, Charley Gerard, and I have been working on some new songs together. Material from the Gerard/Weinstock songbook will be performed by vocalist Christine Adams, saxophonist Charley Gerard, violist Eva Gerard, plus guitar, bass and drums in Manhattan on Friday, September 2nd at 7:00... Continue reading
Posted Jul 15, 2011 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Dr. Judith Weinstock is now following Bill Van Loan
May 6, 2011
I don't know how endorphins in semen compare to those released from patting a dog. We need to do some studies to find out.
I have been pondering the resignation of Dr. Lazar Greenfield, the president-elect of The American College of Surgeons. His offense? As editor-in-chief of Surgery News he wrote a Valentine’s Day editorial that quoted several recent studies touting the mood-elevating abilities of human semen and concluded with, “So there’s a deeper... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2011 at Reflections of a Gynecologist
Rick, Thanks for your kind comments. I love my pessary crew, too!
Those who don't are missing a wealth of wonderful stories and knowledge.
Louise, I will make sure to tape it to their refrigerator doors, so it won't get overlooked.