Basic Gyn What You Need To Know About Emergency Contraception

What You Need To Know About Emergency Contraception

Accidents happen and 50 percent of pregnancies are unplanned. There are alot of misconceptions about emergency contraception. In this video Dr. Pari goes over the facts you need to know.

Elite Daily 6 Things You’re Convinced Are STDs, But Actually Aren’t

6 Things You’re Convinced Are STDs, But Actually Aren’t

You wake up one morning and head to the bathroom because something just doesn’t feel, look or smell right. Something is off. You immediately start to panic. Thoughts come flooding into your mind like, “Oh my gosh, that son of a bitch cheated on me and gave me an STD,” “I should have never slept …

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Basic Gyn Top Foods to Eat to Avoid Breast Cancer

Top Foods to Eat to Avoid Breast Cancer

Ketogenic. Gluten Free. Paleo. Most of us cannot even keep up with the latest diet trend. As a physician, I am no wiser than the next girl regarding if the latest fad diet will help you drop a quick ten before the summer. To be honest, I do not even know what a “macro” is. What …

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Basic Gyn 21 Reasons to See a Gynecologist Before the Age of 21

21 Reasons to See a Gynecologist Before the Age of 21

I have spoken before about my first trip to the gynecologist at the age of 16. I went to see my mother’s doctor, a jolly man who was about six feet five and weighed in at about three hundred and fifty pounds. Not intimidating at all. It is a memory that is burned in my …

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Contributed Articles 10 Myths About Hysterectomies Women Can Safely Ignore

10 Myths About Hysterectomies Women Can Safely Ignore

Dr. Pari was featured as a guest contributor in the article below, originally posted for Reader’s Digest` by Rachel Sokol. The truth about hysterectomy surgery For women, a hysterectomy—an operation in which a female’s uterus is removed—is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures in the United States. According to the American College of Obstetricians …

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Contributed Articles “Do I Taste OK?” and 7 Other Q’s It’s Totally OK to Ask Your Gyno

“Do I Taste OK?” and 7 Other Q’s It’s Totally OK to Ask Your Gyno

Dr. Pari was featured as a guest contributor in the article below, originally posted for Glamour Health by Korin Miller. It happens to everyone: You go to the gyno with a question you really want to have answered, but are stressed that she’ll think you’re weird if you actually ask it. So…you chicken out. But doctors …

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Basic Gyn Why you should stop asking, “When are you having a baby?” and a Few Infertility Facts

Why you should stop asking, “When are you having a baby?” and a Few Infertility Facts

At a very young age we are taught the evolution of a relationship. “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Pari with the baby carriage.” This conditioning creates a natural reflex well into adulthood. When your eyes see someone find love and marriage, your mouth immediately opens and out you blurt, “So…when are you …

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Contributed Articles Scientists Have Pinpointed How Zika Virus Infects the Fetus

Scientists Have Pinpointed How Zika Virus Infects the Fetus

Dr. Pari was featured as a guest contributor in the article below, originally posted for Yahoo Beauty by Korin Miller. Zika virus has dominated headlines for months, and with good reason. But the mechanics of how the virus causes brain damage in newborns has been largely a mystery — until now. A new study from Yale …

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Elite Daily Labiaplasty Might Be Considered Cosmetic, But Here’s Why It Shouldn’t Be

Labiaplasty Might Be Considered Cosmetic, But Here’s Why It Shouldn’t Be

One of my biggest questions for society these days is, “Why is there only one standard of beauty?” It seems that with the help of my plastic surgeon colleagues, young women everywhere are morphing into doll-like clones of each other, complete with arched eyebrows, a ski jump nose and plump Kylie Jenner lips from the …

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