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9 Questions Women May Be Afraid to Ask Their Doctors

Wondering about vaginal odor or discharge, or whether it’s normal if you can’t orgasm? We have answers to all of your burning questions.

By Eileen Bailey
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I Have an STD. Should I Tell My Partner?

Telling your partner you have an STD can be nerve-wracking. But here’s why it’s important.

By Eileen Bailey
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How to Tell Your Partner You Have Herpes

Take it from someone who’s been there: Disclosing your STI status can be scary, but doing it has tons of advantages.

By Emily Depasse
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Teens Have (Almost) No Clue How to Find Reliable Websites

It starts with fear of embarrassment. But it doesn’t stop there.

By Lara DeSanto
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Sexual Health: How to Be Your Own Advocate

Visiting your doctor for a sexual health issue can be daunting. These tips can help you feel more confident and get the care you need.

By Emily Depasse
Danielle Sepulveres

Don’t Feel Embarrassed About HPV

Danielle was too embarrassed to tell her friends she was diagnosed with HPV 12 years ago. Now, she’s raising awareness of the common virus.

By Sheila M. Eldred
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How to Have a Sex Life With RA

Rheumatoid arthritis can really complicate your sex life. Here's why honest communication with your partner is so important.

By Cathy Kramer
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Handling Intimacy With an Ostomy

How to address common concerns around sex and related issues for those with ostomies.

By Jim Mielke
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How to Talk to Your Partner About ED

If your partner has erectile dysfunction, he might have trouble talking about it. Try some of these tips to helps you communicate with your partner about impotence.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D.
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How to Discuss ED with Your Doctor

Talking about erectile dysfunction can be awkward. Here’s how to discuss ED with your doctor—and what to expect when you do.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D.