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Acne: Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells.These factors can trigger or aggravate an existing case of acne, hormones, medications, and a diet with a lot of dairy and carbohydrate-rich foods.You can also prevent new acne breakouts with self-care measures by washing your skin with a gentle cleanser and avoiding touching or picking acne. ...Read more
Get another opinion!: This is a bizarre question. Why would anyone make a "fraudulent diagnosis"? One intended to deceive? For what purpose? Can a diagnosis be incorrect? Of course! health care providers aren't god. Get another opinion, or two, or three, and stop being so suspicious! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It Can Be Found: The g-spot is typically described as being located one to three inches (2.5 to 7.6 cm) up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra. Wiki has a good article for you to read: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/g-spot" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">
Linked to Women, But: The grafenberg spot (g-spot) is a sensitive area just behind the front wall of the vagina, between the back of the pubic bone and the cervix. There are some who theorize that the male g-spot is located where between the prostate and the colon. Others speculate that the male g-spot is the protate gland. ...Read more
Maybe not important: For males, being able to achieve orgasm is usually not a problem. Therefore, anorgasmia should be evaluated by a doctor. The erogenous zones at the end of the penis provide ample stimulation. However, some internet sites refer to prostate massage as the "g-spot". Prostate massage requires entry into one's rectum, which is where billions of stool bacteria live, so may be best left unexplored. ...Read more
Common in newborns: Mongolian spots are bluish markings on the skin, normally on the lower back, often noted in the newborn period. Mongolian spots are common among darker skinned persons, such as those who are of asian, east indian, and african descent. They can be mistaken for bruises. They often fade with time and are usually gone by late the teen years. They cause no complications and do not need treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Searching: Most women have an area in the upper (top) portion of the vagina, about 1 1/2 to 2 inches in back of the pubic bone. I will feel like a soft velvety thickening, on on the top portion. If stroked in a forward movemet ( toward the outside ( come to me finger movement ) it will induce strong sexual sensations. Takes time- varies from woman to woman: you will know it when you find it. ...Read more
The G spot: In my experience the g spot is different in different people. This is a great question and it represents a desire to be able to pleasure your partner. The best approach is to ask your partner if they know where their g spot may be. It is also a fun activity to try different things to see what does bring pleasure to you and your partner sexually. Being able to talk about it is good. ...Read more
PABA in sunscreen: The active ingredient list on the bottle of sunscreen should say PABA (or para-aminobenzoic acid, glyceryl PABA, padimate O and roxadimate) if this chemical is in the product. Due to the frequency of skin sensitivity and concern over long term effects of its use, other alternatives exist, such as zinc oxide. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
New dark spot?: If this is a new dark spot, then a Dermatologist should have a look at it. If it's been there for a while but has changed in any way (shape, color variegation, thickness, size), then a Dermatologist should have a look at it. ...Read more
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