About Us

The principle writer and editor for IntimateHealthHelp.net is a nurse with over 20 years’ experience.

She is also a freelance health and wellness writer.

So that we are sure to bring you up to date and accurate information, all information comes ONLY from recognised professional medical sources and professional experience.  These information sources are:

  • MedlinePlus. A service of the National Library of Medicine in the US.
  • National Institutes of Health specialist sites in the US.
  • Patient.co.uk. Trusted information and support for patients and medical professionals.
  • Medicines.org.uk. Site of the electronic Medicines Compendium (eMC) using information approved by UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
  • Everyday Health.
  • DrugLib.com. Prescription drug information, pharmaceutical research, clinical trials for health professionals.
  • WebMD

If you have any comments of questions please fill out the appropriate area in the page below and hit send as we’d love to hear from you.


3 Responses to About Us

  1. Peter Medina says:

    Dear Sirs,

    I’m creating a course for High School students about STDs, but it had been very difficult to find graphic photos about all STD conditions like syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, etc in commercial stock images sites. So far we had purchased a lot of photos from these sites because we do not want any copyright problems, but we need graphic photos as well to impact students about STDs. I will be very please if you can tell me the source of your photos, or if by any means we can use your image stock if you grant the permit or license to do so.

    Thanks in advance,
    Peter Medina

    • Admin says:

      Hello Peter,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      The images on the site come from http://www.123rf.com. I don’t know if you’ve tried this site but I’ve found it useful and they have quite good payment plans, depending on how many images you want to download and over what time period.

      Good luck with your book. There can’t be enough education about STDs and how to prevent them for young adults (and the over 50s, but that’s a whole other (but similar) story!). If there was just an easy way to help them confidently use condoms or abstain they’d be able to leave High School with out a few of the things they don’t need!

      All the best,
      Elspeth (Admin, IntimateHealthHelp.net).

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