Sexual Health

woman researching fallopian tube disorders

What Fallopian Tube Disorders Should Women Know About?

We don’t often think about our reproductive organs unless they don’t seem to be working right — or we’re cursing them for ruining our plans during a menstrual cycle. Your fallopian tubes serve one primary purpose: acting as a pathway for an egg to travel from your ovaries to the uterus. But what fallopian tube […] Read more…

nausea after pap smear procedure

Is Nausea After Pap Smears Normal?

Few women relish the experience of changing into a paper nightgown, placing their feet in stirrups and having a stranger investigate their nether regions. Nevertheless, getting a Pap smear is an essential part of annual health screenings for women. Some women experience more severe side effects than others, such as mild to moderate bleeding. Others […] Read more…

can hickeys cause blood clots and strokes

Can Hickeys Cause Blood Clots?

When you stop to think about it, phrases like, “I love you so much, I’m going to eat you up,” and biting someone’s neck so hard it draws blood, are a little strange. Still, despite the frank oddity of the practice, many of us have worn a physical reminder of our time between the sheets on […] Read more…

how to relieve uti pain at night for women

How to Relieve UTI Pain at Night

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can cause considerable misery. They can keep you awake and running to the bathroom all night long, leaving many wondering how to relieve UTI pain at night specifically. UTIs also make daily tasks like reporting to work difficult. Even if you manage to make it to the office, UTIs can negatively […] Read more…

healthy relationship tips for couples who are nonmonogamous

8 Healthy Relationship Tips for Couples Who Are Non-Monogamous

Traditionally, many relationships had a fairly linear trajectory: Two people met, shared a few dates, perhaps lived together and then got married. The ultimate goal was typically “you, me and baby makes three,” often with little variation. But want to know one of my top healthy relationship tips for couples? Kick expectations to the curb! […] Read more…

will i still have a period after a partial hysterectomy procedure

Will I Still Have a Period After a Partial Hysterectomy?

Women undergo hysterectomies for various reasons, from uterine fibroids to certain forms of cancer. Different types of hysterectomies exist: full, partial and radical. With a full or radical hysterectomy, the entirety of the uterus is removed, sometimes along with other organs in the case of a radical hysterectomy. If you’re wondering, “Will I still have […] Read more…

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