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Peter H. Grossman, MD
By Peter H. Grossman, MD

How Do You Know if You Have Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a condition where you are not able to control the release of urine. The urine that is stored in the bladder is held there by the sphincter muscles. When one needs to urinate, we instinctively tighten the bladder muscles and relax the sphincter muscles. When…

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How Does a Woman’s Labia Change over Her Lifespan?

The vulva, which consists of the labia majora and labia minor and vagina, changes over time. When a young woman is in her teens, she is undergoing puberty and all sorts of changes start to occur. She will notice the growth of hair on the labia majora, the…

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Peter H. Grossman, MD
By Peter H. Grossman, MD

Why the Recovery Time of a Labiaplasty Might Not Be What You Think!

Some women are not happy with the look and appearance of the labia. It can have excess skin on one side of the labia minora—the inner skin folds around labia—that looks longer than the other. In other cases, the skin can be hanging and look enlarged around the…

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Peter H. Grossman, MD
By Peter H. Grossman, MD

Why Are More and More Moms Choosing to Undergo a Breast Lift?

Pregnancy, breastfeeding, and the weight fluctuations that go along with being a mom can put a lot of “wear and tear” on the breasts. They can start to sag and droop. The areola can also become enlarged and sag. Many moms are turning back time and restoring the…

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