Dealing With Your PCOS-Related Facial Hair: What You Can Do

Posted on: 10 January 2020

When you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), you may experience many frustrating and even painful symptoms. One of the most outwardly frustrating symptoms can be facial hair. Many women with PCOS develop facial hair that can be quite thick and noticeable. If you are one of those women, you may be wondering what you can and should do about your PCOS-related facial hair. Get to know some of the steps you can take to deal with this facial hair.
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Things You Should Know About Tummy Tuck Surgery

Posted on: 5 December 2019

Undergoing a tummy tuck surgery, also known as an abdominoplasty, can give you additional health and confidence. That confidence comes in the form of your clothes fitting a now perfect waistline and abdomen. No fat will be rising over and in those areas of your body. Weakened muscles that allowed fat to lodge in your abdomen are firmly restored. So with the excess fat gone, your clothes now fit your figure.
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3 Different Types of Breast Implants

Posted on: 27 September 2019

If you want to get breast implants, it is important to realize that there are different types of breast implants to choose from. This difference largely comes from the materials you can get implanted in your body in order to change the shape of your breasts. The different materials also offer different price points, safety levels, and outcomes.   Breast Implant Material #1: Saline Breast Implants Saline breast implants have been used as a breast implant material for an extended period of time. They are one of the safest types of implant because the implant itself is filled with salt water that is sterile.
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Tips For A Successful Recovery After Breast Reduction Plastic Surgery

Posted on: 23 July 2019

Breast reduction surgeries are performed every day all across America. Breast reduction is a low-risk plastic surgery procedure with the ability to greatly improve a woman's quality of life and appearance. If you are tired of living with gigantomastia (large breasts) and the shoulder pain that invariably comes with the condition, then a breast reduction is a fantastic solution. Thanks to advancements in the cosmetic surgery field, this type of surgery is now performed in a plastic surgery center rather than in a traditional hospital setting.
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