Don’t let this happen to you!

Apparently an entire village in China was fooled by a sex toy! Villagers discovered the object while drilling for a new well and assumed it was a rare mushroom “which according to legend has the ability to give immortality!” It’s a proven fact that orgasms boost health and immune function so these Chinese villagers weren’t …

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Female genital hygiene — simplified!

I’m often asked what the best female hygiene products are on the market. My answer —None! I know TV commercials would have you think otherwise, but the truth is your vagina is a very efficient, self cleaning organ and unless you were directed by your healthcare provider to douche, leave her alone! If you are concerned …

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The Rabbi and the vibrator.

When religion and sex intersect it can sometimes be a painful experience. And sometimes it can be…just plain hilarious. Below is a blog entry which I found so funny, I asked the author for permission to reprint here. Although the blog entry is about a Rabbi and Jewish baby naming ceremony…for those of you in …

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Thinking sexy.

If you want sex to be a regular part of your life, you probably have to put a little work into it. Now don’t get all panicked that you don’t have time or energy to do one more thing. I know it’s hard enough to get to the gym regularly, shave your legs or blow …

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Are your genitals “normal?”

Ladies, have you ever wondered if your genitals were “normal?” I perform physical examinations on all of my new patients. This examination includes a pelvic exam. One of the most unique aspects of my job is educating a woman on her own anatomy. I am often the first person who has ever asked a woman …

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Happiness, Part 2.

I recently read an article published in 2005 in the American Psychologist on Positive Psychology. The focus of this paper is to explore interventions that make people happier. The researchers that are cited in this article are interested in antidotes to depression and ways to help individuals have more satisfying lives. In the article, the …

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Mirena.

What is it? Mirena is a hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) that’s inserted into the uterus for long-term birth control. It can be left in the uterus for up to 5 years. It’s a small T-shaped plastic frame that releases a type of progestin hormone called levonorgestrel into the uterus. Most of the hormone stays locally …

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