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Tight or loose vagina: Is that a problem?

tight or loose vagina

There’s a lot of myths and misconceptions when it comes to the vagina. Some people believe that reaching orgasm or how pleasurable sex will be for the man and woman depends on the tightness. Others think that a woman who never had vaginal penetration has a tight vagina. While those who’ve had several sexual experiences […]

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Why am I dry?

Vaginal dryness has a lot of possible contributing factors and can happen at any age. It shouldn’t last long and be a cause of concern as it can be treated easily. Vaginal dryness could cause itching, irritation, and discomfort, and even affect sexual experience. To know what you can do about vaginal dryness requires knowing […]

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What is a Dry Orgasm?

As men, we know that our orgasms usually consist of shooting out semen. But there can be instances when we’ve reached our peak but no shots were fired.  This is called a dry orgasm or orgasmic anejaculation. This condition is where a man felt an orgasm, but no semen was released from the penis. Dry […]

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Painful Ejaculations: What you should know

Painful ejaculation can turn one of life’s greatest pleasures into something frustrating. Dysorgasmia or orgasmalgia, aka painful ejaculation, is a condition in which a man feels pain during or after each ejaculation. This pain can be felt on the penis, scrotum, and perineal or the area around the anus. This condition may affect a man’s […]

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5 pregnancy myths debunked

Filipinos have always clung to superstitions and traditional beliefs. There’s a pamahiin for almost everything — even pregnancy wasn’t able to escape this culture! Pregnancy is an overwhelming experience on its own. On top of that, pregnant moms are often bombarded with (often conflicting and confusing) advice from well-meaning loved ones. Some superstitions are harmless […]

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7 Breast cancer myths debunked

Breast cancer is one of the more-talked-about types of cancer. Yet, there are still myths and misconceptions that prevail despite advances in research and treatments. Developing cancer is a terrifying thought. And the misconceptions you’re often told might even add to your fear. Here are common myths about breast cancer debunked. Myth 1: A lump […]

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Miscarriage: Signs, Causes, and How to Deal with it

Miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a baby before the 20th week of pregnancy. It typically happens during the first three months. About 10-20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. It’s relatively common, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy experience. Miscarriages can be caused by a variety of medical reasons, often outside the control […]

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How Can I Talk To Kids About Sexuality?

Sexuality, Kids, Talk, Reproductive Health, Family Planning

Talking to kids about sexuality can be challenging, especially in a society where sex ed is considered inappropriate for kids. Having open conversations and how you talk about sexuality with your kids impacts them for a lifetime. Conversations about sexuality with kids aren’t about how to have sex. Kids get educated with essential information, equipped […]

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Booze And Periods: How Alcohol Affects Menstruation

Anyone who gets periods would know how difficult it is to have fun during that time of the month. One way we love to enjoy the night is to have a couple of drinks with friends, right, ladies? Nothing wrong with having fun and having a few drinks, but it may have crossed your mind […]

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