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When your body is constantly aroused but your mind is not, daily life can get tricky.
By Cierra Loflin
Urinary incontinence isn't inevitable, but it is common and often can be treated.
By Rachel Crowe
Learn how to cope with aches below your waist without compromising your quality of life.
By Ally Sweeten
Yes, anal bleaching is a popular beauty trend, but is it right for you?
By Michele Theil
If chronic pain gets in the way in the bedroom, there are other wonderful ways to stay close.
By Sarah Hartman
A bodily 'malfunction' does not always equal sexual dysfunction. You can make some adjustments.
By Hannah Shewan Stevens
It's possible to elicit an allergic reaction on your partner with basic skin-to-skin contact.
By Effie Machiavello
No matter how hot your love life is, you still need to keep warm.
By Samantha Priestley
Osteopath Evan Goldstein talks all things butt to educate and excite the masses.
By Rich Lopez
Learning to breathe can enhance your own sexual experience and your partner's, too.
By Khadeeja Arham
You don't have to proceed with anything that feels uncomfortable.
By Nandini Maharaj, Ph.D.
You may 'drink and know things,' but if you want to do things, put the alcohol down.
By Kurtis Bright
This lung disorder can be debilitating, but it doesn't have to spell the end of your sex life.
By David Hopper
Keeping your medical professional in the loop may benefit your healthcare.
By Aria Vega
It's not just annoying. A long-term, persistent issue can have far-reaching effects.
This former indicator of wealth has since become common in a much broader population.
By Michelle Bryan
Try these solutions to minimize pain during sex.
By Austin Harvey
Without proper care, an infection that begins in your mouth may lead to coronary heart disease.
By Taayoo Murray
Urinary tract infections can lead to a life-threatening condition. Here are the warning signs.
By Rachel MacPherson, CPT
People are using gels for a boost in clit size to experience stronger orgasms.
By Ashley Broadwater
Let’s separate fact from fiction about the health benefits of ejaculate.
By Callie Zucker
The good news is that serotonin from an orgasm can cure a migraine. But the bad news…
Syphilis scares from Oklahoma to Australia have folks nervous about a sensation down under.
The pill may put you at risk for gastrointestinal issues, including inflammatory bowel disease.
By Kate Daniel
Does your head ever hurt during or after sexual climax? Experts say you’re not alone.
By Anna Herod
How can those affected by this autoimmune disorder still have fun?
By Suzanne Sangi
This skin condition is often misunderstood, but the obstacles it poses to sex can be overcome.
By Fjolla Arifi
Living with chronic fatigue doesn't mean sacrificing your sex life.
Does 'Hot Vax Summer' mean a coinciding return to in-person health appointments? It should.
By Aleck Woogmaster
Caught early, bladder cancer is highly treatable. But other factors may affect your fertility.
By Shannon Jordan
Having heavy cramping may be a sign of a more serious condition.
By S. Nicole Lane
Here's what might be causing your bad breath and how you can get rid of it.
Chronic pain, obesity and even medical treatments may make you change your approach to sex.
By Debra Pamplin
Tobacco can have a negative impact on many aspects of your health—including your sex life.
By Madeleine Williams, MPH
Exercising your pelvic floor now will save you from having to endure serious issues later on.
By Anastasia Climan
You may be able to improve your sexual health by drinking more water and staying hydrated.
You may believe abstaining will keep your legs strong. Science has a different answer.
By G. Clay Whittaker
Aching joints don’t have to ruin your romantic life.
Parkinson's gives you enough to handle without having to worry about sexual difficulties.
Lifestyle changes and proper treatments could help get you in the mood.
By Eric Schad
If you're struggling with female sexual dysfunction, check on your cardiovascular health.
By Holly Ellis
Hypertension affects a man's erection and a woman's libido—as can the meds that treat it.
Thankfully, it's true love, because it takes some of that when one partner has a bowel disease.
By Emily Blaire
Learn to stay safe and skeptical when it comes to promises of performance enhancement.
Stigma is the main killjoy holding back anyone with a stoma from enjoying time in the bedroom.
By Rachel Mantock
A lower weight has all kinds of health benefits, adding greater gusto for living and loving.
Ostomy surgery can save your life—but will change it, too. Learn how to stay sexually active.
Learn about your spunk—it can tell you a lot about your health.
By Tiffy Kink
Diabetes can cause side effects in unexpected ways and places, especially in the bedroom.
Keep irritable bowel syndrome at bay and your social life active with five helpful tips.
By Sarah Morris
Your cup of morning mud might perk up not just your mind but also your sex life as you age.
By Jason Crosby
It’s already getting you through your day. Can coffee get you through sex, as well?
It’s no secret that alcohol makes it hard to get hard, but why, and what can you do about it?
More patients are surviving rectal cancer and getting back to a better quality of life, and sex.
By Christopher Jones
Excess pounds can lead to low-T, high blood pressure, heart disease and ED. Time to lose weight!
Find out how to counter the difficulties serious intestinal issues can cause to your sex life.
Cardiovascular health is a key for maintaining a healthy sex life as you age.
About 121.5 million adults in the U.S. suffer from heart disease. Many feel its effects in bed.
You’ve had a procedure to improve your health—great! Now, when can you get back to having sex?
If you’re suffering from poor digestive health, sex can be the very last thing on your mind.
By Joseph Schlegel
Your sexual desire may fade after a heart attack, but it will return.
Asthma is annoying at best and fatal at worst. Don’t let it take the wind out of your sex life.
Cancer treatment can affect a person’s sex organs, libido, well-being and overall self-esteem.