Grab an Aspirin: How Aspirin May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer in Women with Diabetes

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What if the answer to breast cancer prevention in diabetic women was aspirin? Recent studies are showing a significant risk reduction in breast cancer in diabetic women who had long term use of a low-dose aspirin. Could aspirin help women’s health and also prevent breast cancer? Aspirin could help women reduce not only breast cancer… Read more »

Facts about Toxic Shock Syndrome

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Did you know 93% of toxic shock syndrome reports came from women and were related to menstruation? Toxic shock syndrome affects many women but are you aware of what exactly it is? Knowledge of what causes toxic shock syndrome could help prevent it from affecting women. Due to it affecting primarily women, we want to… Read more »

Enjoy Your Summer Vacation with Femilift

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Do you have big vacation plans for you and your significant other? Are you self-conscious about how you will feel down there? Women shouldn’t fear their vaginal problems coming in the way of enjoying some alone time with their significant other. The quick and minimally invasive Femilift procedure will help you feel great just in… Read more »

Things Women Can Do for Cancer Prevention

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With approximately 98,000 women around the world developing breast cancer or gynecological cancer between 2015 to 2016, the factors leading to the cancers were completely preventable. Cancer prevention is the one solution to help women from developing cancer. If more women would take preventative cancer care, there would be less of a risk of women… Read more »

How Long You Should Wait to Have Sex after Femilift Procedure

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Are you considering the vaginal rejuvenation procedure of Femilift but have wondered about the recovery time? How long will you have to wait for you to get your sex life back to where it was? Sex after Femilift can occur sooner than you think. With Femilift, you will feel results immediately. This is what makes… Read more »

Don’t Stay Silent: 5 Symptoms You Should Talk Your Gynecologic Oncologist about

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Are you at a lost for words when it comes to asking questions about your vaginal health? Women visit their gynecologic oncologist and will shy away from letting their doctors know about certain symptoms they are experiencing. Some symptoms are more normal than others, but there are cases where symptoms are more severe than they… Read more »

The Difference between a Gynecologic Oncologist and an OB/GYN

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Which is which? Women’s care doctors can be tricky to not get confused. The difference of a gynecologic oncologist versus an OB/GYN can get women to think twice about whether they are visiting the right doctor. Although they have gynecology and women’s health in common, their duties are fairly different. Once you understand the differences… Read more »