ByNicole Nolan

Nicole Nolan is in medical school. Someday she will be a gynecologist, and then her entire job will be NSFW.

  1. This is the second in a three-part series. Part I, on HPV, can be found here.

    Name: Herpes Simplex Virus, HSV-2, genital herpes

    Science Facts: a double-stranded DNA virus

    Prevalence: 15-16% of adults in the US (around 25% in women, 12% in men)

  2. Let's learn all about HPV together! We will not learn why people make stuffed toys of sexually-transmitted diseases (probably to educate the young) but life is a rich tapestry.

  3. Nicole Nolan last wrote about scrubbing in on a penis implant. The first plastic surgery operation I saw was breast implants. Our patient was young, pretty, twenty-six. She had recently lost about a hundred and fifty pounds, and consequently went from an E cup down to a C cup, and she wanted her old breast size back. She had paid up front for the operation—six thousand dollars, in cash. “This lady is already paid,”…

  4. At this point in my life I can say with confidence that I have seen a lot of penises. I have seen penises that are circumcised and uncircumcised. I have seen penises that are long, that are short, that are wide, that are narrow. I have seen penises with weird things growing off of them, with weird holes cut into them, that have been broken into a few different pieces, that have swollen