In this article we’re going to look at bleeding after sex, between periods or after the menopause. Continue reading
It’s something doctors call ‘incomplete bowel evacuation/movement’ and is common if you have irritable bowel syndrome and/or constipation.
Incomplete evacuation is what we’re going to look at in this article. Continue reading
There are some home treatments for painful sex, but it may also be appropriate to see a healthcare professional. If you’re nervous or shy about discussing intimate details with your doctor or nurse, see this dedicated page for help. Medical professionals call painful sex dyspareunia (say diss-parren-yoo-ear). Continue reading
It mainly affects young women but men, children and older women are also at risk. That’s what we’re going to look at in this article. Continue reading
Do you find you’re not able to sit still, pee without the skin stinging, have sex comfortably, or are constantly looking for something to calm the vulval area? Read on. That’s what we’re going to look at in this article. Continue reading
There’s nothing like getting lost in the moment with your lover and giving yourself over to desire and anticipation. No matter your age, sex, sexuality, sexual background or experience, you can change your erotic gear with these amazing, straight talking foreplay secrets.
There is no time limit on foreplay and for most women, because there’s no rush to penetration, and the more the better. Continue reading
Bowel problems are personal and embarrassing; often something you want to sort out on your own. Here we’re going to look at a couple of techniques that may help with constipation or diarrhoea relief, and another that you may want to discuss with your doctor.
It is always recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional about your bowel problems, especially if you have tried other methods of trying to manage them. These would include dietary control and using short term laxatives or softeners. Advice given here is not meant to replace a confidential one-to-one consultation with your doctor or nurse. Continue reading
In this article we looked at how to tell whether you are approaching the peri-menopausal time – the time that leads up to your last period – and the symptoms that many women experience.
Here, we’re going to look at those symptoms and talk about natural ways you can tackle them. Continue reading
For most women, the menopause is a long way off…until suddenly you realise you’re in your late 40s and it might be that time. Perhaps you’ve got a few odd or frustrating symptoms that you’re not sure about and don’t know how to manage. And how do you know if they’re menopausal symptoms or not?
That’s what we’re going to look at in this article. Continue reading