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Dr. Janelle Morgan Evans, MS, MD, FACOG

maryDr. Evans obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and then her Master of Science in Chemistry from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, after which she was a research chemist in Cambridge, MA, working on HIV medicine development. Returning to academics to complete her medical education, she obtained her Doctor of Medicine from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed residency at University of Massachusetts in OB/GYN. Her interest in Urogynecology was developed during this time. Dr. Evans moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 2010 to pursue a fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati under the guidance of mentors Dr. Mary South and Dr. Mickey Karram. She is double board certified in OB/GYN and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. She has had and continues to have a number of publications and research endeavors in Women’s Health and recently helped spearhead a new Oral Board Exam review course for Urogynecology candidates. Dr. Evans practices at Kettering Hospital Network in Centerville, Ohio.

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One Doctor’s Experience with the MonaLisa Touch Vaginal Laser

April 3, 2017 | Dr. Janelle Morgan Evans, MS, MD, FACOG

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Our office acquired the MonaLisa Touch™ vaginal laser in May of 2015 after researching the overall very positive results in both the Italian and American literature. In conjunction with our Breast Cancer center, we felt it was the best way to offer patients effective non-hormonal options for the treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause, an often debilitating issue for women with low levels of estrogen in their bodies. Read more


To Mesh or Not to Mesh Part 2: Mesh and Stress Incontinence

November 14, 2016 | Dr. Janelle Morgan Evans, MS, MD, FACOG

Understanding Mesh
There is a common misperception since the fallout from the 2011 FDA warnings regarding polypropylene mesh products – that all mesh is very risky and can cause serious harm to a large percentage of patients. This change in public thinking and rampant reminder of mesh issues via legal advertisements and mailings has certainly changed the way that we, as Urogynecologists, counsel and treat patients. Read more


To Mesh or Not To Mesh Part 1: Mesh and Prolapse

November 7, 2016 | Dr. Janelle Morgan Evans, MS, MD, FACOG

Understanding Mesh
There is a common misperception since the fallout from the 2011 FDA warnings regarding polypropylene mesh products – that all mesh is very risky and can cause serious harm to a large percentage of patients. This change in public thinking and rampant reminder of mesh issues via legal advertisements and mailings has certainly changed the way that we, as Urogynecologists, counsel and treat patients. Read more