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Is your libido MIA? It could be low testosterone. Low testosterone is something that affects BOTH men and women.  What can you do? Check your hormones! Male and female patients will receive a free consultation with Dr. Javaid, a National Sexual Health Luminary, and $50 off testosterone pellets if their lab work reveals that they are a candidate for carefully monitored therapy. Learn more about hormone therapy here.

More questions about your sexual health? Attend our Sexual Health Night on June 14th. RSVP to events@drsomijavaid.com

Let’s Celebrate Dad this June.

Who wants another tie? We’ve got THE experience you need to buy to help your man enjoy Father’s Day. 

Special for June - $65 Male Grooming Session! Includes

  • Men’s Facial
  • Waxing treatment for the ears, nose, and brows
  • Hot towel treatment

Plus we are discounting Bro-tox to $11 / unit during June for men and offering 20% off all Coolsculpting for men in June.

Not sure what product or service is right? SJ Medical Spa has gift cards!

Product of the Month

20% off SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Gel

Phyto Corrective Gel contains hyaluronic acid, cucumber, thyme, and other botanical ingredients, which makes it an ideal moisturizer. This oil free soothing gel is anti microbial and is an ideal after-shave lotion that does not clog pores and prevents ingrown hairs.

Make Over Monday is June 19th!

9am - 3:30pm

Plump those puckers and smooth those lines!

BOTOX Discounted to only $11 / unit!  When you purchase Botox or filler enjoy our MAKEOVER MONDAY DEALS:

Save 20% on fillers: Juvederm Voluma, Juvederm Ultra XC, Juvederm Ultra Plus XC, and Belotero

Save 30% on: OBAGI Vitamin C Serums and ELASTIderm eye products.  Plus receive a certificate for a COMPLIMENTARY CHEMICAL PEEL (new patients only).  Appointment is necessary.

June is CMV Awareness Month

What is CMV?

Cytomegalovirus, or CMV, is a member of the herpes virus family. Coming into contact with the CMV virus is a fairly common occurrence and is typically harmless to the general population. A CMV infection causes cold-like symptoms, such as a sore throat, fever, fatigue and swollen glands. These mild cytomegalovirus symptoms last for only a few short weeks and are rarely a cause for concern for healthy kids or adults.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 50 and 80 percent of people in the United States have had a CMV infection by the time they are 40 years old.  Once the CMV virus is in a person’s body, it stays there for life.

How is is transmitted?

Transmission of CMV is very rare through casual contact.  CMV is spread from one person to another, usually by direct and prolonged contact with bodily fluids, including saliva, urine, and breast milk. 

When should I worry about CMV ? It is important to note that the CMV virus can cause serious problems for people with weakened immune systems due to organ transplants, HIV/AIDS infection, chemotherapy, and specific medications, such as glucocorticoids, cytostatics, antibodies, and drugs acting on immunophilins.  The CMV virus can also cause severe disease in babies who were infected with CMV before birth (referred to as congenital CMV infection).   "CMV can cause serious disease in babies who were infected before birth (congenital cytomegalovirus).  Congenital CMV is the most common viral infection that infants are born with in the United States... Approximately 1 in 750 children in the US is born with or develops permanent problems due to congenital CMV.  In the United States, more than 5,000 children each year suffer permanent problems caused by CMV infection... Approximately 1 in 150 children is born with congenital CMV and about 1 in every 5 of those children will develop permanent problems such as hearing loss or developmental disabilities do to the infection." -Rebekah L. Horowitz, State Policy Manager National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) on 06/29/2015.

Did you know?

  • 1 in 150 children is born with congenital CMV
  • CMV is the most common virus transmitted from a pregnant woman to her unborn child
  • 1 in 3 pregnant women who get CMV will pass the virus to their unborn child
  • CMV is more common than the 29 combined metabolic and endocrine disorders in the recommended US newborn screening panel

Visit the the National CMV foundation for more information.

Community Give Back x2 this June

This month we have 2 community givebacks.  Girls in Uganda are in desperate need of products to help them while on their period.  The New Life Church is asking that we collect pads or Thinx underwear - the period underwear that keeps you dry. Thinx underwear can be reused many times after washing, so these are ideal for the young girls in Uganda.  For every donation of pads we will give you $25 toward the MediSpa. For every donation of Thinx - we’ll double it to $50! Often in Uganda, girls miss school because they have their periods and have no pads or period underwear to wear.  These girls need education to avoid devastating outcomes. Help us lead the charge to a #leakfreeUganda.

During June we have also partnered with Reach Out Lakota to collect Back to School Items. The mission of Reach Out Lakota is to give a helping hand up to those living in West Chester/Liberty Township by putting help and hope into the hands of our community! Please bring school items such as notebooks, pens, pencils, calculators, etc. to the office for your $25 MediSpa gift card!