Sexual Wellness Blog

Top 10 Tips For Women to Boost Their Energy

Almost every woman has, at one time or another, felt so fatigued she wanted to cry. But for some women, and for a variety of reasons – including menopause, caring for a newborn, working odd hours, chronic anxiety, and poverty, to name only a few – fatigue is a constant,

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Vasectomy Reversal Facts

Are you considering a vasectomy reversal? Thousands of men undergo vasectomy each year as a permanent means of birth control, yet for some of these men, life brings unexpected turns, which leads them to change their minds. For some, there is a strong desire to have another child a few

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Help For Delayed Ejaculation

Ejaculation is the culmination of a sexual act, either when intercourse or masturbation is undertaken. It is a pleasurable process that most men look forward to. However, many men suffer from erectile dysfunction, which could delay ejaculation. The most common form of delayed ejaculation makes the man unable to ejaculate

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COVID and Your Sexual Health

It’s been two years since Coronavirus hit the scene and we know more now than we ever have about COVID and its effects on the body. Similar to the Zika virus, there has been much concern about COVIDs effect on sexual health. So, what do we know about COVID and

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What You Need To Know About PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) has seemingly become more and more common and is cause for concern because it can cause great difficulty with weight loss and fertility. First diagnosed in the 1930s as Stein-Leventhal Syndrome, PCOS is a prevalent condition affecting adolescent girls and young women. No probable cause of

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Workouts and Vaginal Hygiene

Nearly 80 percent of women exercise regularly, yet as many as one-third of these women mistakenly wear their sweat-soaked clothes for as long as an hour following a workout, according to a new survey by Harris Interactive for the Vagisil Women’s Health Center. “Appropriate workout attire, along with physical activity

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Questioning Your Sexuality

Am I Gay? I guess this is a question a lot of young men will have asked themselves during their confusing adolescent years; it’s certainly one that every gay man will at some time have had to tackle and come to terms with on discovering the true answer. Of course,

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Prostate Health And Men’s Sexual Health

Prostate health is important to men’s sexual health. The prostate, a part of the male reproductive system, should be checked regularly after a certain age for enlargement and/or cancer. Let’s discuss what you need to know to keep your prostate healthy. Prostate cancer Prostate cancer is a malignant tumor that

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Testosterone and Your Health

Maintaining the proper amount of testosterone is important to sustain overall health and well-being. Testosterone is a steroid hormone necessary for enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. In addition, this hormone supports the development of certain male attributes like hair patterns, muscles, and voice modulation. Although testosterone

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Improve Your Fertility in 2022 With These 5 Tips

If you are a woman of childbearing age, you might be concerned about your fertility. It is never too early to think about boosting your fertility, even if you are not trying to get pregnant right now. You can start working on your health today so that when you do

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Weight Loss In The New Year

Another year, another “I’m going to lose weight” resolution. Returning the gift of holiday weight gain can be a true challenge for most of us. This is why it’s important to try to avoid getting a holiday weight package in the first place! There’s no benefit to approaching the New

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12 Months Of Health

It’s a new year and a perfect time to take an overall assessment of your health. Here are 12 months of healthy habits to keep you healthy year-round. January – Check Your Numbers More than just knowing your weight or height (which is important), you need to keep track of

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