But there are a number of other words, vaginally related, that she mispronounces. She claims to have a miracle cure for vaginal odor, which involves buying her book from her website, on which she shares a very interesting story of her own personal struggle with "fishy vagina":
My recurring yeast infection came back with a torturous vengeance. That was about three years ago. I was in extreme discomfort and visited my doctor. She confirmed what I already knew, but she told me this time it was different. "This Is a Serious Yeast Infection" my doctor said. The serious form of yeast infection occurs when the yeast actually turns into a mold form and sends out tentacles called hyphae, or roots, into the skin. Not only is it difficult to treat. My doctor said "It was Impossible to Cure". Further, she said that all the previous treatments we'd tried, merely controlled the symptoms, the infamous Band-Aid therapy. Now it was a serious, very serious, situation.
Frustrated and with limited options. I turned to my husband Robert, who is also a medical researcher, for help. Together we explored every known treatment for yeast infection. Robert and I spent thousands of dollars and purchased every internet remedy we could find. We collected hundreds of medical documents about yeast infections. We spoke to infectious disease experts, researched yeast infections, Candida, thrush, and mysterious rashes. I "lived" in the medical library. Finally we made a Discovery after almost a year of searching.