Hannah Shewan Stevens
Hannah Shewan Stevens
Reaching the brink of climax and pulling back—repeatedly—can improve endurance and release.
A close relationship with your toilet does not mean sex is out of the question.
PID may require a break from sexual activity but not a permanent ban.
Reigniting the sexual spark after ending a pregnancy can be difficult but not impossible.
With problems as varied as the parts that make up its anatomy, the vulva needs some attention.
Many press pause on intercourse during pregnancy, but a bump is not a pleasure ban, doctors say.
Strip away the fear and confront this crucial discussion head on.
Discussing vulvas has become a little less taboo, but patients must advocate for themselves.
Even little known conditions can pack big punches, so keep an eye on your vulva.
Even the rarest or least known autoimmune skin conditions can be managed effectively.