Feb.
06

The Power of PRP: Heightened Orgasm Intensity & Libido Boost for Women

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, once confined to sports medicine, is making waves in the realm of women’s health, particularly sexual well-being. By harnessing the regenerative power of your own blood platelets, PRP therapy holds the potential to heal and stimulate tissue growth, offering hope for those seeking to enhance their intimate experiences through heightened orgasms […]

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Jan.
09
Radiologist and Patient at PURE Mammography on Long Island

Why Every Menopausal Women Should Get the O-Shot®

Menopause, a natural phase marking a transformative journey in a woman’s life, often brings forth various challenges. Hormonal shifts during this time can lead to unwanted symptoms, including hot-flashes, weight gain, vaginal dryness, decreased libido, and even urinary discomfort. These changes can impact a woman in different ways, including in their confidence and intimacy, affecting […]

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Dec.
12

Platelet Rich Plasma for Women’s Health & Aesthetics

In the pursuit of timeless beauty, innovative treatments are constantly emerging. One such revolutionary approach is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, a cutting-edge procedure harnessing the body’s natural healing abilities for cosmetic enhancement. Let’s dive into what PRP is and what it can be used for!  What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)? Platelet-Rich Plasma, commonly […]

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Oct.
24
Young women in bra prior to Vampire Breast Lift Procedure utilizing Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

The Vampire Breast Lift: Everything You Need to Know

The Vampire Breast Lift is a non-surgical breast enhancement procedure that uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. PRP is a concentration of platelets, which are blood cells that contain growth factors that can help to repair and regenerate tissue. What is platelet-rich plasma (PRP)? A Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection being prepared Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is […]

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Aug.
30

Fibrocystic Breast Changes

Lumps in the breasts are typically believed to be a cause for great concern, although studies indicate that approximately 60 percent of women have them. In some cases, lumps are concerning, but not always. Here, we discuss the term “fibrocystic breast changes” and what it may mean for women with lumpy or ropy breast tissue.  […]

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Aug.
15
Doctor and patient with protective face masks during the medical examination

When to Get your Mammogram after Your COVID-19 Vaccine

As we see the success that has been achieved with the COVID-19 vaccine, more people are committing to getting theirs. As women determine that it is in their best interest to get vaccinated against this illness that has ravaged the entire world’s population, there is a little something they should know. While it is incredibly […]

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Jul.
30

Breast Screening Info You Need to Know

Breast screenings are integral to women’s’ health. They provide the critical information that healthcare providers rely on for breast cancer detection. Routine mammograms and other recommended breast screenings can help improve patient outcomes by paving the way for early detection. Here, we discuss the breast screening information all women should know.  Types of Breast Screening […]

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Jul.
15

Breast Implants and Mammograms

Breast augmentation is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures performed today. This breast surgery is often performed long before a woman needs her first mammogram, which means that the topic of breast implants’ effects on necessary screenings is rarely discussed before breast augmentation is performed. If you’re nearing the age at which routine […]

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Jun.
30

Let’s Talk about Breast Pain

There are times at which breast pain can feel like a normal occurrence. For example, many women experience breast soreness and tenderness at a certain point in their menstrual cycle.  When breast pain is not part of the cycle or it changes in some way, its occurrence can feel frightening. Many women feel immense anxiety […]

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Jun.
15

In Case You Were Wondering, Here is the Case for Getting Your Mammogram

Statistics indicate that one in eight American women will develop breast cancer. This type of cancer is second only to lung cancer in terms of death in women. Even with these numbers, many women question whether or not they should get their mammogram. Here, we discuss why the answer to that question is a resounding […]

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