Family planning is a conscious decision making of women and men about the most convenient time for parenthood, for having the desired number of children, and the time and interval between the pregnancies. The aim of family planning is to give birth to healthy and desired children, as well as responsible and conscious parenthood. Family… Continue reading All you need to know about family planning
Trichomoniasis The protozoa infection (Trichomonas vaginalis) – the treatment is with antibiotics. Women – infection of the vagina and the surrounding organs that could lead to cystitis. Among women, the disease is usually discovered on a routine PAPA test. Men – it causes a light urethra infection, and sometimes it could result in bacterial urethritis.… Continue reading Good to know: all about trichomoniasis and gonorrhea
Fertilization marks the entry of spermatozoids into the ovary unit. When the spermatozoid fertilizes the ovary unit, it has 46 chromosomes (23 from spermatozoids and 23 from the ovum). This is the most important event in the reproduction process. The chromosomes bear genetic data for the development of a new organism, including the sex of… Continue reading Things you need to know about pregnancy and sterilization
Syphilis A bacterial infection (Treponema pallidum) – treatment is by antibiotics. If not treated, this disease may be lethal. Although it has been spread throughout the whole world, syphilis became less frequent with the introduction of penicillin in the 1940s. Nowadays, this disease rarely enters its third stadium. Pregnant women that carry syphilis may transmit… Continue reading All you need to know about Syphilis and Hepatitis
What is a contraceptive strip? • 4.5cm long weekly strips containing hormones; it is stuck to the skin in order to prevent pregnancy • It is used for one week, and replaced on the last day of the week, three weeks in a row; the strip is not applied on the fourth week • It… Continue reading Did you hear about the contraceptive strips?
Menstrual cycle Between the first period (menarche) and the last period (menopause), a woman’s fertility is regulated with the menstrual cycle. At an interval of approximately 4 weeks on the ovary, the unit matures under the influence of follicular-stimulation hormone (FSH), which secretes estrogen. Ovulation is a secretion of the mature ovary unit from the… Continue reading All you need to know about menstruation
The facts about sexuality spread by media (TV, radio, social media…) aren’t always true, and the given information isn’t always important. For example, media usually presents women as more attractive than they really are and they idealize the presence and features of men. In that way, love, anxiety, romance, and other things are neglected. Friends… Continue reading All about sexuality
A good kiss can really excite and cause big things inside the bedroom. However, a bad kiss may destroy the chance of having sex even before things start to develop. In these simple steps, we will uncover the question of how to kiss irresistibly. 1. Start slowly, and then go on the offensive During the… Continue reading Want to know how to kiss better?
The term G-Spot or Grafenberg’s spot is related to a small, but very sensitive area on the front wall of the vagina. Stimulation of this spot should lead to excessive sexual excitement and a strong orgasm. Although most people believe in its existence, there is a lack of evidence. Female ejaculation In the middle of… Continue reading Did you know what G spot is?
Defloration (deflowering, defloratio) is known as the first sexual relation of a woman, and every repeated intercourse is known as coitus (copulation). During the first sexual intercourse, the insertion of the male sexual organ inside the vagina causes the virginal membrane (hymen) to puncture. The hymen is a crease of mucous 1-3 mm wide located on… Continue reading Defloration – first sexual relation of a woman