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A women’s health and wellness blog about gynecologic health and common gynecologic concerns and conditions such as sex, contraception, menstrual periods, hormones, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and PCOS. The latest women’s health research, breaking health news,  fascinating facts, curious gynecologic history, current therapies, our guy’s health, fitness, nutrition, weight management, and advanced medical testing discussed by a Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist: Dr. Suzanne Trupin.

 

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January 13, 2019

1. No current pap or pelvic exam

2. Abnormal period

3. A history of breast cancer

4. Active blood clot in your leg known as DVT

5. Liver disease

6. Genetic tendency to increase clotting

7. Have had allergic reaction to an estrogen or other vaginal product

8. Have vaginal itching

9. Have pelvic or vaginal pain

10. Have a non-invasi...

January 12, 2019

1. How would you gauge your current shape? Best of your life? Worst of your life?

2. What hurts? Do you actually have an injury or just really out of shape.

3. Have you had a routine physical check up?

4. Are you anemic?

5. Do you like to workout?

6. How much time do you waste in your day that could be devoted to working out?

7...

It's snowing here and I'm making lists of what I have to do, maybe you are too. But on your list are you including cancer screening tests? Would you even know what test to ask for at your next visit?

CDC says that too few cancer screening tests are being done.

The cancer screening tests you need depend on a lot of factors,...

January 5, 2019

Do you feel that your breast are red? Blushing?

If you are warm or flushed, it's possible your breast will flush just like your cheeks, and you can notice this without concern.

If one breast appears flushed or "blushing", then yes, you should consider that there is something to ask your gyno about.

Breast infections can pres...

Generally we head off to the gyno on our own, but there are sometimes that you definitely want your guy to be part of the discussion.

1. Pregnancy planning, we want both partners to be healthy, and gynos are trained to consider male factor issues in conception and pregnancy.

2. If you have an STD, face it, you both need to...

1. To most effectively treat a yeast infection is to get confirmation from your health care provider by a pelvic examination. For women with their first yeast infection, the recommendation absolutely is to see your health care provider for a firm diagnosis. For women familiar with the symptoms and therapy, self diagnosis...

Top reasons women select RF treatment with ThermiVa: are urine leakage, difficulty achieving orgasms and dryness.

Tightening weakened pelvic floor muscles, improvement of sex, and longer term prevention of pelvic floor issues are also reasons women select the ThermiVa, meaning that virtually all women could benefit and may...

January 1, 2019

Pregnancy surges that oxytocin the hormone of love, so it's not really shocking that sex is still on your mind no matter how far along in your pregnancy you are. At Women's Health Practice women tell us most prenatal visits are focus on the baby's health and your health, as they should be, and less about, SEX! Sex during...

December 31, 2018

Each year as we see office patients we ask about their resolutions, and we hear a lot of both creative and universal ones. However, when it comes to New Year's health resolutions, we don't often hear much about ways to help your bladder so here's a suggestion for you: YOGA!

I In a study done at UCSF Medical school research...

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