You, too, can prevent this golden shower! Nothing should go in or come out of your business without your consent.
From Vape Pens to freight trains, you can’t afford to miss this one. For your health!
At what age should my teen see a gynecologist? It is a question who I often am asked is “Doc, when should I start bringing in my teenaged daughter?” The mother continues… She is fifteen. I’m SURE that she isn’t sexually active but she can be quite a […]
Deodorant is a regular use item, or at least it should be (in my opinion.) If you are natural, that’s great, but natural smell is often synonymous with straight up funk! So we learn as we approach puberty, or maybe even before, that every shower should be accompanied […]
How many gynecologists do you know? One? Maybe two? Do they have a blog? My guess is probably not. I am a gynecologist and I started my blog, The Gyneco-(b)Logic over a year ago. I started it because I felt that I was being asked the same questions […]
If you asked me about the laser body sculpting device, SculpSure, that we have in my office, then you have heard me tell the story that I was the first one on the machine. I was the first to be strapped in as my co-workers looked at me waiting […]
We’ve been living in Wakanda for almost a week now. Well, not really, but fantasy Wakanda is everywhere, and I love it. Thanks, Marvel. Black Panther was Epic as an action movie, for the abundance of melanin, but also because of the WOMEN. The Dora Milaje was the […]
Five must-knows to disagree in a healthy relationship. I am going to try my best to keep the spoilers to a minimum because I acknowledge that everyone hasn’t seen the movie yet. If you still plan to see it, you can safely read. It’s okay.
This Is Us has me rethinking everything. TV Jack would be alive today if it weren’t for #5. And you won’t BELIEVE #6. It almost got me and my family.
In December 2017, the New England Journal of Medicine released this statement: “Women who use hormonal [contraceptives] for more than a year are at a 20 percent higher risk for breast cancer, [though] the overall risk remains low,” and is called “safe and effective.” What in the world […]