3 Tips For Perimenopausal And Post-Menopausal Women

14 October 2015
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Menopause can be a complex biological process that affects more than your reproductive organs. If you are approaching or have gone through menopause, you need to make lifestyle changes to improve your reproductive and overall health. Read on to learn more about menopause treatment.  Focus On Lifestyle Estrogen has some protective benefits on the heart. As your estrogen levels decline, you should focus more on ways you can protect your heart through lifestyle changes. Read More 

Your Painful Sexual Intercourse Might Be Caused By Vaginismus

12 October 2015
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If you have refrained from sexual intercourse for a while and are now experiencing pain when you and your partner make love, then you may be suffering from a common gynecological problem known as vaginismus. Vaginismus can cause your vagina to feel too small for your partner and will cause you to have pain after you have been intimate. The good news is that vaginismus can be successfully treated without medications or surgery of any kind. Read More 

Found Out You Are Pregnant? 3 Reasons Why You Should Choose A Midwife

6 October 2015
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If you just found out that you are pregnant, you may want to consider using a midwife to help you. A midwife does not only help you through your labor and delivery, but also offers help in many other ways throughout your pregnancy. Below is some information about using a midwife to give you some help in deciding if midwifery is something right for you. Natural Childbirth A natural childbirth is going through labor and delivery with no medications to help you with pain. Read More 

What Are The Stages Of Syphilis?

2 October 2015
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Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that is highly contagious. It is caused by a bacteria known as Treponema pallidum. It can also be contracted from person to person through prolonged kissing as well. Sometimes a person can have syphilis without even knowing it. While one of the symptoms includes open sores on or around the genitals and inside the mouth, these are often unrecognized as syphilis. When a person has syphilis they normally go through several stages that can lead to death if the condition is left untreated. Read More