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Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

abnormal vaginal bleeding, reproductive health, family planning

What’s Causing Unusual Spotting And Bleeding? Spotting refers to light vaginal bleeding when you don’t have your period. This is also called intermenstrual bleeding, wherein spotting or bleeding between your normal periods. A lot of women experience intermenstrual bleeding. It shouldn’t be a cause of concern in most cases, but sometimes it’s a sign of […]

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What You Need To Know About Your Penile Health

penile health, family planning, reproductive health

What affects penile health? Various factors can affect the health of the penis — some of them can be changed and some not. For example: Unprotected sex. You can contract a sexually transmitted infection if you have unprotected sex. Heart disease and diabetes. Restricted blood flow caused by diabetes and atherosclerosis — hardening of the […]

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Common Questions About Circumcision

circumcision, male, penis, reproductive health, family planning

Most young boys in the Philippines undergo circumcision for reasons of both religion and personal hygiene. Despite the prevalence of this practice in our culture, a lot of people still hold misconceptions around circumcision. And this is why we will answer the most relevant questions about this topic. What is circumcision? During circumcision, the foreskin […]

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The Uncircumcised: What happens if you don’t get that cut?

Being circumcised is one of the many Filipino traditions that are still practiced in this day and age. As teenagers, men usually go for having their foreskins cut as a rite of passage for becoming a “grown-up man”. Very few parents choose to have their newborn son circumcised.  But what if you don’t get that […]

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Dysmenorrhea

dysmenorrhea, period, menstruation, abdominal cramps, reproductive health, family planning

Dysmenorrhea refers to extremely painful periods from uterine contractions, and can be classified into two types: Primary dysmenorrhea, which is painful periods not caused by a disease or condition. Secondary dysmenorrhea, which is painful periods caused by a disease or condition. Mild symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea are normally nausea, vomiting, headaches, backaches, diarrhea, and severe […]

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Male Yeast Infection: Yes, It Does Exist!

A yeast infection usually happens in women, so you may think that it can be shrugged off when you’re a man. But that’s where you’re wrong. Men can have a penile yeast infection, aka candida balanitis or balanitis thrush. This infection comes from a common fungus known as candida albicans. Currently, you may have a […]

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