PrEP with Condoms: An extra layer of safety

We’ve talked about PrEP in the past and how it’s a good defense against HIV. (Check out our article on PrEP if you haven’t yet.) But, for all our friends who take PrEP, you can take your safety up another level by using condoms. What is PrEP and how is it different from using condoms? […]

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What is PrEP?

One of the biggest and most common worries when engaging in sexual activities is contracting the human immunodecifiency virus or HIV. It is the virus that weakens a person’s immune system and could lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome or AIDS if left untreated. It’s a good thing that there are methods we could use […]

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Cleaning Up After Sex

cleaning up after sex

Getting down and dirty is a sexy yet messy process. There’s a lot of bodily fluids involved during outer- or intercourse. The chances of getting them on yourself, your partner, and the sheets are high.  How do you clean the bits and the junk? The vagina is a strong and independent woman who can clean […]

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What should you do when a condom breaks?

Condoms go through stringent testing and quality control to ensure that they will serve their purpose, which is to prevent unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted infections (STIs).  Although rare, condoms can still break. One of the many reasons why this happens is improper use or improper storage, such as putting it in a wallet. So, […]

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STI Signs And Symptoms You Don’t Want To Miss

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are generally spread through sexual contact. The organisms (bacteria, viruses, or parasites) that cause sexually transmitted infections may pass from one person to another in blood, semen, or vaginal and other bodily fluids. Sometimes these infections can be acquired nonsexually, such as from mother to infant during pregnancy or childbirth, or […]

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Things To Know About Birth Spacing

birth spacing

Family planning matters in the lives of couples, whether married or living together. Family planning involves preventing unplanned pregnancies, and giving ample allowance in between pregnancies according to the couple’s desire. A birth spacing gap of six months to one year is considered as a close interval. While a gap of five years or more […]

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