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About Our Partner HerMD

HerMD is comprehensive women’s healthcare all under one roof coming to Milburn, NJ in May 2023. In-person and virtual care for sexual health, menopause, gynecology, medical aesthetics, and more. Our expert team of board-certified OBGYNs, healthcare providers, aestheticians, and a wide network of referral partners are here to help you make informed decisions about your health concerns nationwide. For more information visit

Featuring experts in survivorship, sexual health & menopause

Stacy London

Stacy London is best known as the co-host of the iconic TLC show, What Not To Wear. She has been a regular correspondent on the Today Show, The Oprah Show, Access Hollywood, and Rachael Ray. She served as the spokesperson for Pantene, Dr. Scholls, Lee Jeans, And Woolite. Her book, The Truth About Style, was a NYT bestseller. In 2020, She co-founded State of Menopause, a non-hormonal product line for those experiencing some menopausal symptoms due to her own debilitating experience with menopause. She then sunset the brand in 2023, recognizing the need to focus on education and healthcare advocacy for those in mid-life and menopause. Her next project, a media platform dedicated to these same issues will debut early in 2024.

Dr. Somi Javaid, MD, FACOG

Dr. Somi Javaid is a board-certified OBGYN physician/surgeon and Founder and Chief Medical Officer of HerMD. She specializes in menopause, minimally invasive surgery, sexual medicine, general gynecology, laser surgery, and ultrasound.

Honored by her peers, in 2014 she was named a Cincinnati Top Doc and is now considered an expert in sexual medicine and menopause. Dr. Javaid earned her education at Northwestern University, (Bachelor of Arts, Neurobiology 1993-1997), University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (1997-2001), and the University of Cincinnati Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency (2001-2005; Chief Resident 2004-2005). Professional memberships include American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology–Board-Certified, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ohio State Medical Association, Warren County Medical Association, North American Menopause Society, and International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH).

Tasmen Fadal

As a primetime evening news anchor, the host of the podcast Coming Up Next and menopause advocate, Tamsen Fadal has spent the past three decades as a journalist, storyteller, and women’s health advocate. While reporting is her profession (she is honored to have earned 13 Emmys for her reporting on Hurricane Sandy, the Columbia Shuttle crash, and the war in Afghanistan among others), her passion is amplifying women’s stories that often happen behind the headlines.

But it was her own experience off-camera that changed her life. Tamsen landed on the bathroom floor as the result of severe menopause symptoms. Feeling isolated, ashamed, and experiencing these very severe symptoms with her hormones all over the place, in an industry that values youth – Tamsen decided it was time to change the narrative and talk openly about the uncertainty and fear that goes along with the intersection of midlife and menopause.

Today, she is a menopause advocate for women, including in the workplace. She has taken her advocacy to social media where she releases new videos each day to talk to other women who are going through the same life change. She has garnered a passionate, loyal social media following by sharing her journey of midlife, menopause and finding meaning. She is working on her 4th book and first documentary.