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Single Parenthood: Raising a Child on Your Own

Raising children is a challenging task for parents. Can you imagine having to raise children on your own? If you are doing so, then you already know the struggles of not having a co-parent to discuss discipline issues or academic concerns with. You probably know how difficult it can be at times to make certain issues on your own. If you are facing the task of raising your kids on your own, then thes ... READ MORE

Vaginal Discharges: Different Causes and Types

Vaginal discharge can be a normal and regular occurrence. However, some types of discharge can indications of an infection. Abnormal discharge is usually caused by bacterial or yeast infection. As for the types, there are several that a woman can experience. The types are categorized based on their colours and consistency.   White A whitish discharge, especially at the start ... READ MORE

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All About In Vitro Fertilization

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is one of the most common Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) used today to help couples overcome infertility problems. The first successful IVF took place in Great Britain in 1978 and it was successful for the first time in America in 1981. In 2013, there were 67,996 live born infants recorded according to the CDC’s Fertility Clinic Success Rates Report.   ... READ MORE

Common Vaginal Discomforts

Different types of bacteria naturally live inside the vagina. They produce acid that helps to fight off other bacteria as well as fungi and viruses that do not normally live in the vagina. Anything that decreases the acidity of the vagina can cause vaginal infections. Needless to say, vaginal infections are common and treatable.   Here are some of the common vaginal infections that women may ... READ MORE

What You Need to Know About Vaginal Atrophy

Most women reach menopause between the ages 45 and 55, but for some women, it can occur earlier or sometimes even later in life. The average menopause age is 51 years old. For every woman, however, it can be different and there is no definitive way to predict when a woman will enter menopause. Women might experience different symptoms in the menopausal transition and the degrees of severity may vary ... READ MORE