Communication and an open mind can help you and your partner find new paths to intimacy when cancer causes problems in the bedroom.
Women have tried almost anything to get their labor going. Some of their attempts are funny or unproven — while others may be dangerous. Find the truth about what works, what doesn’t, and what isn’t safe.
Some women struggle to enjoy sex. It’s a common and complicated issue that can make women and their partners feel isolated or less connected. It’s important to address with your doctor as there are treatments available.
You might be surprised to learn that the sexually transmitted human papilloma virus (HPV) is a leading cause of throat cancers, and it spreads from person to person via oral sex.
Drinking cranberry juice is just one of the myths about preventing and treating urinary tract infections (UTIs). We’ll separate UTI fact from fiction.
Botox is best known for smoothing away wrinkles. But among its lesser known uses, onabotulinum toxinA can help relieve persistent pelvic pain when other treatments fail.
When a woman’s estrogen declines, it can lead to vaginal atrophy — drying and irritation that cause pain during intercourse and other symptoms. But a new laser treatment provides many women with relief.
The first prescription drug aimed at restoring a woman’s sexual desire has cleared regulatory approval. But is the little pink pill for you? If you’re merely looking for something to put you in the mood, the answer is no.
Many women experience sexual dysfunction at some point or at several points during their lives. Discover what options may be best for you.
For people in need of hip replacement, sex can be extremely painful. The good news is that once the joint is replaced, you can resume having sex within six to eight weeks – and it’s often better than it’s been for years.