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A lot of us are super anxious right now, and that can contribute to a decrease (or increase) in our desire to get it on.
While cancer can make pleasure feel far from your priorities, these strategies can help you put some bliss back into bedtime.
Sexual problems are common among men and women with multiple sclerosis, but it's super possible to have a satisfying (and still hot!) sex life. We've got the answers and the workarounds to make it happen.
“In 2013, I had the first of three laparoscopic surgeries for endometriosis. Had I known then what I know now, I could have avoided at least one of those surgeries.”
Cancer treatment can make sex unappealing or uncomfortable. Dr. Don Dizon has some ideas to help.
If you're an obese woman, you may have a higher chance of unintended pregnancy, so it's important to find a birth control method that works for you.
From 3000 B.C. to present day, birth control has come a long way. Here's a health history lesson on how it developed into what it is today.
"What I once viewed as a near-death sentence to my love life and identity transformed into a sense of purpose that still guides me today."
Are your heavy periods interfering with your life? Here are steps you can take to tackle the problem, known as menorrhagia.