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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October 30, 2018

We can measure our skin care regimen in seconds and minutes, but only in the medspa can you measure your treatments by fractions of a second. Laser technology has learned that it's the amount of time that the treatment is delivered to your skin that can be used for maximum benefits!

The use of the PicoSure treatment fires...

Ingrown hairs are a benign skin disorder and is seen in all age groups, however is more common among those with thick and curly hair. They are produced by hair being removed too close to the skin and are commonly seen on the face for men (when shaving one’s beard) and the pubic region for women (when shaving one’s bikini...

August 15, 2018

Freckles, the word, quick: What do you think of? Sawyer teasing Kate in Lost, sure, me too. But the name has had other connotations from angel kisses to witch marks or called in the 17th century “stigmata diaboli” and others call them sun-scribed tattoos. Medical term: Ephelides from the Greek word for freckles. They can...

February 20, 2018

Scars which form in your skin after severe breakouts of acne can be very distressing. Controlling breakouts does minimize and prevent acne scarring. After a pimple, the actual skin inflammation leads to breakdown of the layers of skin and causes the dimpling that is part of atrophic  scaring. Hypertrophic scarring (thicke...

February 1, 2018

At bathing suit time we start to notice ingrown hairs that are typically due to recent shaving and thus are also called "razor bumps" or  "shave bumps."

1. The medical term for razor bumps is Pseudofolliculitis barbae and it’s due to the formation of small inflammatory bumps, some of which may actually be filled with the...

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