Excellent article about female genital pain - something called vulvodynia - that affects about 10-15% of women. Some women experience pain during sex. Others may experience pain during daily activities such as sitting in a chair, riding a bicycle or sitting at one's desk. You can learn additional information about vulvodynia through www.NVA.org.View Thread
Ever wondered how to care for your health so that you have a better chance of enjoying many years of strong, reliable erections? WebMD has you covered in their article "Protect Your Erection: 11 Tips". They include tips related to eating, exercise, alcohol intake, health care, smoking, medications and more.
If you have questions about your own erectile function or health, please check in with a healthcare provider.View Thread
Erectile dysfunction: we hear about it every time we see a commercial for Viagra, Cialis or Levitra. It's become a household term! But how much do you really know about it?
It's important for men (and women who love men) to learn about ED as it's a common problem and, also, erectile problems can be an early warning sign of serious medical conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Many women wonder if they have a yeast infection. And unfortunately, many women diagnose themselves with a yeast infection when often they have another vaginal or vulvar condition that is causing similar symptoms.
In this very good WebMD video, Dr. Laura Corio explains why women should not self-diagnose themselves with yeast infection or use over the counter yeast treatments without a diagnosis from a doctor or nurse. To learn more about yeast infections, you can also check out The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health. And if you have questions about your own health or whether or not you have a yeast infection, please call your doctor or nurse.View Thread
You may have heard about newer forms of birth control pills that allow women to have few menstrual periods or even no periods. WebMD has an excellent article on the topic for those who are interested. Read it here.View Thread
For a step by step guide about how to use condoms, check out this page from WebMD. It's got great information for men and women regarding condom use and circumcision status (Whether a guy is "cut" or "uncut"), lubricant use and more.View Thread
Planned Parenthood has put together a great list of basics related to condoms. It includes information about different types of condoms, how effective they are, the benefits of condom use, and how to use condoms. Visit their site for more information.View Thread
Hollywood movies, television and magazines often highlight sex among young people in their 20s and 30s, as if those were the only people having sex! Although young adults may have more frequent sex than older adults, it doesn't mean that "young" sex is any more or less satisfying. It does, however, come with its own unique challenges and joys.
In "Better Than I Ever Expected: Straight Talk About Sex After Sixty" by Joan Price, men and women are invited to learn about the sexual experiences of older adults. Though largely focused on the female experience, both sexes can learn from the expert advice and the anecdotes. It also includes information related to menopause, loss of a partner, loss of libido, the use of sex toys and more.View Thread
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