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Encouraging Men Through Infertility

You can talk about hockey or football with men easily, but try talking about semen analysis and sperm counts and you are bound to get awkward and uncomfortable expressions from them. Sure, those aren’t the most enticing topics for them, but if you’re having trouble conceiving, then you might need to have “the talk” with your man.   When couples go through infertility, the common misco ... READ MORE

Vaginal Discomfort in Older Women

As we age, it is common for us to experience several discomforts in the body. For women, vaginal discomfort is one of the most common occurrences of advanced age. This can happen due to a variety of biological changes that takes place in the body. These changes can affect a woman’s menstrual cycle and may lead to discomfort.   Here are some of the reasons why a woman might experience vagina ... READ MORE

The Difference of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Egg Freezing

Nowadays, there are several treatment options for fertility made available to couples from all the corners of the world. In this article, we will be focusing two most common treatments: in vitro fertilization (IVF) and egg freezing (oocyte cryopreservation). It is important to be aware of what these treatments are about, especially if you are considering either of t ... READ MORE

Healthy Diet Leads to Great Vaginal Health

Ever wonder why sometimes your vagina is dryer, wetter or smellier than other days? Studies have found that it might be because of what you are eating. Food affects every vital organ in the body – including the vagina. Eating the right foods can minimize foul smell, can fight infections, and can also help you feel fresh down there. Here are some of the best foods that can help you have a healthier ... READ MORE

Vaginal Care: Things to Remember This Fall

If you do not know it yet, the changing of seasons can affect the vagina. The good news is as the weather shifts from humid to breezy - the environment for the vagina also becomes a bit friendlier.   If you usually struggle with yeast infection in the summer, then you will love the fall. Dr. Raquel Dardik, a gynecologist at NYU says that during the fall, you still have to be mindful of the cl ... READ MORE