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Tales from the Uterus is a podcast series exploring the stigma associated with women’s health issues. Forthright, emotional, and sometimes gritty, this series explores issues of stigmatized conversations, normalized pain and heavy bleeding, and the stories of women standing up and seeking help. This podcast is a must for all women, menstruators, and those who care for them.

Moderated by leading women’s health expert Dr. Charis Chambers, this series provides real stories and offers a fresh perspective on the reasons we still can’t talk about uterine health openly. This podcast is not designed to provide medical advice or promote or recommend any treatment option.





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Dr. Charis Chambers is a board certified OBGYN, and specialty certified Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecologist. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Spelman College in 2010 with a degree in Biology. She completed medical school at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, followed by OBGYN Residency at Greenville Memorial Hospital where she was inducted into the prestigious medical society of Alpha Omega Alpha. She did her fellowship training in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine, graduating and beginning work as a practicing physician in 2020.

She launched her social media platform, The Period Doctor, in the summer of 2019, after recognizing an unmet need for medically accurate reproductive health information and minority physician representation in social media outlets. Since then, she has been featured on national television as well as in digital media and print publications as a medical expert. Her platform now yields millions of views per month with >200,000 followers.

She left hospital employed medicine in September of 2022 to relocate to Atlanta, GA with plans to open her own practice. Her future aspirations include authorship and continued education and advocacy in the reproductive justice space.

She attributes her tenacity and resilience to her late mother who taught her to speak up, laugh off the little things, and love without apology.

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