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Cybill Shepherd Quotes
Cybill Shepherd Quotes
"And if doctor says that you don't have IBS with constipation, you might want to get a second opinion, because I had doctors that were telling me... of course, a lot of this has to do with science - progressing." "And if you have the symptoms of IBS with constipation - which are abdominal pain, bloating and recurring constipation - you need to get to a doctor or your healthcare practitioner and say that you think you might have that and even ask if Zelnorm might be right for you." "I actually marched on Washington twice for reproductive freedom. I was spokesperson for voters for choice for six years." "I did many interviews, and went out and talked to many people and went to rallies. It was the same thing with menopause. I traveled around the country on talk shows and talking to women about." "I had a lot of input, and I wanted to do so we did two Cybill Shows on menopause. I went on Oprah for an hour and wrote a song called 'Menopause Blues.' I have a new album called Cybill at Home." "I haven't had it yet. I'm not saying I'll never do it. I've had plastic surgery that wasn't like to make me look better - when I was seven-years-old, I ran into a barb wire fence and almost ripped my lip off and I had almost 200 stitches." "I know you are going to be embarrassed. We're all embarrassed by it, but to hide the embarrassment... silence has never protected women or helped them. We need to talk about it more with our, you know - whoever - our friends, our family." "I think the measure of your success to a certain extent will be the amount of things written about you that aren't true." "I was doing a lot of work at that time- like Moonlighting, the Cybill Show. Uh... I just really - and most women even today are not diagnosed - it takes them three years to get a proper diagnosis." "I was misdiagnosed for years and years, when they even told me that it was all like emotional and psychological." "I was searching myself to find something that would help me with all of my symptoms. Then I went to my doctor, and she suggested that I try this." "It was one of those unmentionables, and I did two episodes on Cybill Show where we had a lot of fun. I traveled around the country talking to women about alternatives to Hormone Replacement Therapy. Got women talking about it finally." "It's hard for women to talk about these things, and for the doctors to really talk about it too, and to even have the knowledge of what's going on. That's why I'm doing this and urging women to speak out and talk to their doctors frankly." "It's okay to talk about birth, okay - then menstruation. I first started my advocacy for women's health in the field of reproductive freedom, and the next stage would be bringing menopause out of the closet." "Novartis had contacted me wanting to know if I was interested in working with the National Women's Health Resources Center and sponsoring this tour to get out the word to women about the symptoms and talking to your doctor and things like that." "One of my ex-husbands thought I had a breast job. They looked bigger. I just got the proper lingerie." "They showed this one beautiful picture of me recently and they had all the things that I had done. I thought it was a great compliment for everybody to think I've had plastic surgery." "This is my third stage in my advocacy for women's health, and it's regarding a subject that- since I've suffered many many years without being diagnosed- I feel that I have something special to say to women about - about what these symptoms are, or IBS with constipation." "When I'm saying hysteria, I'm referring to Freud, because all the women were coming to him with symptoms and seeking help, and he just called it hysteria." "You know, women have a history of just being - we've been told all our lives not to say - in the fifties you couldn't say birth or even be pregnant hardly on television - and then gradually things have changed." ""Your policeman are such wonderful hunks.""