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.


January 5, 2019

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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...

November 9, 2018

Partners share STDs, but when to discuss this fact is, well, stressful and confusing, but yes, tell your partner if you have a herpes infection.

Your gyno can help guide you to facts. You are the partner, you aren't the health care manager, and for facts we suggest coming in together to discuss when you perhaps have info t...

Wondering why your partner’s semen appears unusually thick? If it is anything serious? First things first, don’t panic. Many men naturally produce thick semen. However, things begin to get a little dicey when other symptoms arise, such as texture changes. But first, let’s look at some characteristics of healthy semen:

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June 21, 2018

Most women are prepared and thoughtful about risk of STDs and risk of pregnancy in their sexual encounters. And don't just think 'what are the chances,' although it's good to know some facts about that! And when the partners have been together and faithful and have a plan for when to begin unprotected sex for the reason o...

May 27, 2018

Just off the press! Males, age 20ish, 1/3 tested positive for HPV under finger nails! Yes! Touching will do it, HPV transmitted by hand contact, not just intercourse. Research references available! So pretty gloves for heavy petting? Might not be just a funny idea any longer. The Gyno Gab Gal learning the new research wit...

 Most people think they know the gist of STD testing: After you are sexually active, you show up and get tested, right? However, it’s a bit more complex to know if you have been tested at the right time and for the right disease. So, here are a few tips for you to guide your discussion with your gyno regarding STD testing...

May 20, 2018

The "ABC faithful" individuals will be able to avoid STDs including HIV Aids and HPV, with a little help from vaccination, there is a chance we can most eradicate some STDs diseases for good.

At the 2011 Annual Clinical Meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists gyno physicians were updated in STD...

May 16, 2018

Your dating app probably doesn't need a firewall as much as it actually needs a condom. The California Department of Public Health revealed this shockingly stable health statistic: for the third year in a row the STD rate increased. While the initials STD...for Sexually Transmitted Disease and STI... for Sexually Transmit...

May 12, 2018

1.What is most important for you to remember about STDs: you should get tested as you can be treated! So don't dread the call after your test, just be prepared to deal with it calmly and responsibly.

2. Ask as many questions as you can, go for follow up test of cure visits if you are told to.If your PCP or  gyno texts or c...

April 12, 2018

1. Vaginal yeast infections and bladder infections can have some similar symptoms, or  can occur together. Women given antibiotics for bladder infections can then get a vaginal yeast infection, however it is possible that the offending organism is actually the same candida of a vaginal yeast infection, but actually was in...

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