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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 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...

November 5, 2018

Breast size is mostly genetically determined, and these days perhaps more often than not, enhanced by the right bra or the right surgery. However there are also health reasons that women have breast size changes over time. Pregnancy and weight gain are two reasons for breast size changes, and in most cases it is an ultima...

October 27, 2018

Since only 1/10 women accurately knows her personal risk of breast cancer, we have a lot of education to do.

Once it is determined that you are higher than average risk it’s important to consider all the strategies that you can do, but here may be one of the most important ways you can reduce your riks:

1. Know Your Risk...

October 21, 2018

When to get a mammogram, and which of all the available tests you should request, based on your risk factors is discussed.

September 26, 2018

1. The medical term dense breast refers to a woman who has breast tissue that is not composed of very much fat between the glands and ducts of the milk system so that the tissue is litteral thicker and less visible on x-rays such as mammograms.

2. Your gyno can detect breast density on exam, but the formal definition of de...

September 25, 2018

· 2500 BC

The first bra-like garment came into existence when the women of the Greek Islands began using man-made materials to lift their breast out of their clothing.

Gyno Gab perspective: if you exposure your breasts, you need to take care of your breast skin with sun screen as you would any other skin and get moles check...

August 3, 2018

  • Breast pain is a common, bothersome problem.

  • Diet can affect breast pain, especially your sugar metabolism and sugar control.

  • Many breast pain conditions are just due to fibrocystic disease, it is very rare for breast pain to be a sign of cancer.

  •  Persistent breast pains are definitely a reason to see y...

July 26, 2018

One of the most common questions we get from women who want to use or consider using the OrthoEva contraceptive patch is Where to put your patch?

1.Do not place the patch on your breasts.

2. Contraceptive patches may be safer with respect to your liver function,, for instance blood clotting factors are less likely to go up...

June 29, 2018

1. How did I come to have the size and shape breasts that I do have? Breast size and shape is both genetic and hormonal, with a bit of modification by weight and underlying muscle development. So we do have a bit of control over what size our breasts are.  Fetal life is when the breasts first begin what is called differen...

May 28, 2018

It's important to find out if you have a nipple discharge, and it's one breast check you shouldn't skip. Your gyno can do a clinical breast exam and figure out if you have any leaking from your nipples. Nipple discharge or galactorrhea, from the breast is most often clear or white and it is due to hormone levels, previous...

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