Safe oral sex: Myths and realities

safe oral sex
November 5, 2017

Those who practice safe oral sex get rid of unwanted pregnancies and reduce the risk of transmitting or acquiring infections. Forget the myths about this practice; are you ready for pleasure without complications? Myths about oral sex Men and women pursue the pleasure of a sexual relationship equally. Some seek it through oral sex, which can be extremely exciting if it is carried out safely and confidently. To do this,…


Fibromyalgia: Possible Problems in Sexual Relationships

April 4, 2017

The fibromyalgia is one of the pathologies with woman’s face, that is, these are the most vulnerable to suffer from it. A disorder whose main symptoms are fatigue and continuous muscle aches, that others may also have difficulty sleeping, headache, generalized or localized stiffness in the morning, tingling or numbness in the hands and feet, digestive disturbances, difficulty concentrating or painful menstrual periods. Fibromyalgia does not affect physical level, also…


Menstrual pain, infertility and sexual intercourse pain: What causes these symptoms

July 21, 2016

The endometriosis is a disease that affects 10% of women in their childbearing years, still higher than the percentage of women with endometriosis when infertile reaching up to 35%. Endometriosis can be developed from the first menstruation however it is often not diagnosed until the 25 or 35 years. This disease also affects women during menopause. The endometrium is the tissue lining the inner layer of the uterus, and endometriosis…


Why Do You Have A Low Sex Drive?

low self esteem
March 4, 2016

If you believed everything you read in the media, you would think it impossible that any man could have a low sex drive. Men are sexual beings, aren’t they? Yes, men, like women, are sexual beings. And, like women, men also suffer from a low libido. You could well be one of the many thousands of men that are dealing with this condition, and you want it to stop. To…


Detection of STDs/STIs

Detection STDs/STIs
December 31, 2012

The detection is the process in which the medical staff requested tests for the patient without these show symptoms. Belonging to the following categories of people puts in a risk group (not necessarily indicate that they have an infection). These screening tests are part of public health policies that support the prevention and early treatment of STDs/STIs. From 13 to 64 years It is recommended that all people in this…


Testing for STDs

STD test
September 21, 2012

The sexually transmitted diseases are those that typically are transmitted or spread during sex. The main routes of transmission are the mucous membranes of the mouth, genitals and anus, so there is the risk of infection during sexual intercourse with vaginal, anal or oral sex. If you have symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease, it is important to get the evidence. Some common symptoms of STDs include genital pain, discharge…