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None of us gets through our adult life without some questions about sexual functioning.
There are many symptoms commonly associated with both perimenopause (the start of the hormonal changes) and actual menopause.
One of the funniest scenes I've seen about menopause is from the movie “Sex in the City Two”. The oversexed character Samantha is determined to stop her body from entering menopause.
We’ve all seen the Viagra commercials full of happy men, but where are the commercials full of ecstatic, sexually satisfied women? Those could be coming soon to a TV near you.
This year, Madame Menopause has made her presence known in my life.
Hormones are chemical messengers secreted by a cell or gland. These messengers are sent out from one part of the body to affect cells in other parts, according to About.com.
An intrauterine device (IUD) is a T-shaped piece of plastic about the size of a quarter placed inside the uterus by a doctor to prevent pregnancy, according to KidsHealth.org.
I can remember several years ago hearing a fellow instructor chatting with her fiancé who was temporarily relocated overseas for business.
I never knew what it meant to prime a pump until I watched a plumber work on one at my cottage.
Frequent cold sores aren't just unattractive.
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