Sexual Health articles

Questions about menstruation
30 Questions about Menstruation Menstruation is an event that occurs cyclically in women of childbearing age. Their presence is extremely striking for women, not only because of possible nuisance it causes, but also because the first and last period serve as a landmark between the stages of life of women. Also, menstruation or absence of menstruation, also act as a signal to other relevant moment in life, which is pregnancy.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 24 May 2016
Uterus anatomy
Adenomyosis Uterine - Symptoms and Treatment Endometrium is the name given to the inner wall of the uterus, a very vascularized region and full of glands. It endometrial bleeding that menses occurs.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 18 May 2016
Male and female condoms
Barrier Contraceptives - Prevent Pregnancy and STD There are currently over a dozen different contraceptive methods, many of them with good success rates in pregnancy prevention. Some contraceptives serve not only as a method of birth control, but also as a way to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, such as condoms.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 29 April 2017
Bartholin's Gland - Cyst, Abscess And Bartholinitis Bartholin's glands are two glands which are located in the vulva, the outer portion of the female genitalia and have the function of producing a lubricating fluid.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 11 February 2016
Normal and enlarged prostate
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Benign prostatic hyperplasia or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition characterized by enlarged prostate with benign characteristics, ie, no relation to prostate cancer.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 29 December 2017
Days of average menstrual cycle
Can You Become Pregnant Being Menstruating? You can get pregnant during menstruation? This question is very common and can be answered in short or long form. Let's start with the short form.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 25 February 2016
Circumcision operation
Circumcision - Risks and Benefits Circumcision is a surgical procedure, often performed in children, in which the foreskin is removed, the skin that covers the glans (head of the penis).
Sexual Health   Article saved: 13 January 2018
Colposcopy and Cervical Biopsy Colposcopy is a procedure performed through a device called a colposcope, which allows the gynecologist to have an enlarged and enlightened view of the vulva, vagina and cervix. Colposcopy is often used when the physician intends to perform a biopsy of the cervix.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 13 December 2015
Contraceptive Harms Menstruating? What is the woman who, at least once in their life, not wished he could stop menstruating? The idea of being able to remain fertile, healthy and never have to go through the monthly discomforts of menstruation is something very tempting to most women. However, the safety of the suppression of menstruation has always been a factor that prevented the realization of this desire.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 23 May 2016
Does Syphilis Treated? Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterium called Treponema pallidum. Its main symptom is a painless ulcer, like a cold sore in the genital region. If left untreated, the bacteria can spread throughout the body and, after years of infection, lead to serious complications such as impairment of the central nervous system.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 17 December 2015
Male condom
Effectiveness of Male Condom The male condom, popularly known as a condom, is the most widely used contraceptive method in the world. The condom has a great advantage over other methods: it helps prevent not only pregnancy but also the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Sexual Health   Article saved: 29 June 2018
Endometriosis - Symptoms and Treatment Endometriosis is a disease characterized by the presence of uterine tissue in regions of the body other than the uterus, usually in the pelvis, ovaries or intestines.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 25 June 2013
First period
First Period - Menarche The first period of a woman's life is called menarche and usually occurs between 10 and 14 years old. At age 15, over 95% of girls have already had their first menstrual period, which is why this is considered the age limit for the onset of menarche. Girls who complete 16 years without ever having menstruated should be evaluated by a (a) gynecologist, so he (a) to investigate the reasons for the delay.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 29 January 2016
Functions of Human Prostate The prostate, despite being an important organ, whose main function is the protection of spermatozoa in ejaculate fluid, is not essential for life. Patients with serious diseases, such as prostate cancer, may have this gland surgically removed, without this necessarily leading to major disorders.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 12 September 2017
Human Papillomavirus - Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment Human papillomavirus, better known by the acronym HPV is a virus that can be transmitted by sexual contact or by direct contact with skin.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 14 October 2015
Pregnant woman
Is It Pregnancy or Menstruation? The first symptoms of pregnancy may be very unspecific, resembling quite a bit with premenstrual symptoms. It is possible, even, that the pregnant woman in the first days of pregnancy presents vaginal bleeding, causing her to think that she menstruated.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 12 April 2017
Menstrual cycle
Menstrual Cycle - How Menstruation Occurs The menstrual cycle is a physiological process that occurs cyclically in all fertile women. The first menstruation of a woman's life is called menarche, and the last menstruation.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 21 May 2018
Contraceptive methods
Most Appropriate Contraceptive Methods For Each Situation Women who use contraception are often young and without serious health problems. Therefore, most of them do not care much about adverse effects or complications when choosing your birth control. Many even start using a contraceptive with no prior medical advice.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 03 August 2015
Ovarian cyst
Ovarian Cyst - Symptoms and Treatment The ovarian cyst is a benign alteration, which may appear in young and elderly women, and that is not related to cancer in the vast majority of cases. The ovarian cyst is a lesion that when small, usually does not cause symptoms and may disappear spontaneously over time.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 14 May 2016
Pain during intercourse
Pain During Sex - Dyspareunia and Vaginismus Dyspareunia is the medical term used to describe the sensation of discomfort or pain during sex. To be more exact, dyspareunia is defined as a constant or persistent pain or discomfort that begins at the moment of penetration during sexual intercourse or after its end.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 13 June 2015
Phimosis and paraphimosis
Phimosis and Paraphimosis Phimosis is a condition when the foreskin cannot be fully retracted over the glans penis.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 02 December 2013
Premenstrual syndrome
PMS Symptoms - Premenstrual Tension The famous PMS, also known as premenstrual syndrome, is a term that refers to a set of physical and behavioral symptoms that occur cyclically during the second half of the menstrual cycle, ie in the period of the cycle between ovulation and the next menstruation.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 22 March 2018
Polycystic and normal ovary
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disease characterized by the presence of multiple ovarian cysts, associated with a deregulation of the ovulatory cycle and female hormones.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 09 September 2017
Premature ejaculation
Premature Ejaculation - Causes and Treatment Premature ejaculation is a condition typical of young men in early sexual activity.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 14 September 2012
Prostate biopsy
Prostate Biopsy - Indications and Complications Prostate biopsy is a procedure in which the urologist gets samples of the prostate tissue for the purpose of trying to identify cancerous cells.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 01 February 2018
Contraceptive pills
Side Effects of Contraceptive Pills The contraceptive pill, also called the oral contraceptive is a very reliable method of contraception, with a success rate of around 99%. In addition to preventing pregnancy, contraceptives are also beneficial in other situations, such as in the treatment of hyperandrogenism (excess male hormone), dysmenorrhoea (menstrual pain), menorrhagia (excessive bleeding) and premenstrual tension.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 17 February 2017
Symptoms of Prostate   (2 comments) The prostate diseases are more common among males, especially in men over 50. Early identification of prostate symptoms is important for a patient to seek timely medical help.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 15 February 2012
Menstrual cramps symptom
Treatment Options of Menstrual Cramps Menstrual cramps, also called dysmenorrhea is defined as a pain crampy that affects the lower part of the abdomen and comes just before or during menstruation.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 25 January 2016
Tubal ligation
Tubal Ligation - Definition, Complications and Reversal Tubal ligation, also called tubectomy, is a sterilization procedure that aims to prevent the woman from getting pregnant. Tubal ligation is considered a permanent contraceptive method and its success rate is very high, around 99%.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 17 November 2017
Vasectomy - Surgery and Reversal Vasectomy is the most effective mode of male contraception. Vasectomy is a simple surgery that results in permanent sterilization of the man by preventing the release of spermatozoa in the ejaculated fluid. In this text we will explain what vasectomy surgery is and what the chances of reversal are.
Sexual Health   Article saved: 20 January 2018
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