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...

December 27, 2018

Sex, and how to make it better, is still a mystery, even to scientists. The science of sex is still evolving, and there's no research more fascinating about our body than the facts about orgasm.. We feel an orgasm in our vaginas or our penises, some feel it in the rectum, the nipples, the lower abdomen, the gluteal muscle...

December 22, 2018

Women ovulate monthly, unless they are on a hormonal contraception or have a hormonal imbalance, from the time they go through puberty until age of menopause: so about 400 times. Each month that ovulation may produce a cyst, or a cyst can form from ovarian tissue that is not directly caused by ovulation. This picture show...

December 18, 2018

Primarily plant based diets are the healthiest, but many nutritionists argue that we do need meat, and, well, many of us just love it!

  1. Eating red meat increases iron levels, important for fighting fatigue.

  2. Meat is a source of protein. You should have between 10-35% of total calories each day in protein.

  3. There...

December 6, 2018

You want to weigh a specific number on the scale. But healthy weight and actual weight are NOT the same.

Healthiest to be lean, and measuring lean body weight is not possible on the scale. How lean you should be to be healthy is also determined by your genetic make up

Healthy weight, healthy specifically lean, both chance...

December 4, 2018

There's lots of talk about things that don't work to improve your sex life, but guess what, eating a Mediterranean diet does! This can fix your sex life especially if you have metabolic syndrome or any of these important factors!

  •  Waist over 35 inches, or over 31 inches in an Asian

  • Triglycerides greater than 150

  • ...

November 6, 2018

In the 1920s it was thought that 'normal' fertility for couples was 100%. Whether it is labeled 'normal' or 'common' we now know that infertility is actually  present in about 10% of couples. and there are some simple fixes that can help couples conceive. Quitting smoking, both of you, is important.

1. Smoking is the least...

When we imagine those who are against the use of contraception, including condoms, our minds typically drift towards some churches. However, it wasn’t just the strict teachings in some churches, nor just the fact that condoms weren’t legalized in the US until the 1930s that disapproved of the use of condoms. For, condoms...

Many men either have or worry about having erectile dysfunction (ED). Although some women might believe that popping a pill of Viagra will fix all the problems, having ED can mean other serious conditions that can’t be so easily fixed. It can also be caused by certain disorders that you might not have thought about. Here...

We at Women's Health Practice advocate always practice safe sex, and for most people, that means using a condom during intercourse. But, what’s frightening is that only 5% of men around the world actually use a condom, which is really low, considering the goal is 100%. Not wearing a condom can put you at risk for not only...

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