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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Bed play.

One of the fun things about working in this field: your friends and relatives all send you clippings, cartoons; links that they think you’ll get a kick out of. This one came from my sister in law, Carol. Sex or Sleep? Article — click here. It turns out that what most of us have already figured …

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Happiness.

In the field of therapy one of the common goals is to alleviate suffering and work towards increased happiness. Happiness in and of itself requires further definition. Those in the field of positive psychology define it in 3 ways, ” we work under the assumption that happiness is a scientifically unwieldy term and that its …

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The funny side of “50 Shades of Grey.”

I must admit that the popularity of 50 Shades of Grey has us scratching our heads a bit. It’s not that we don’t think the sex scenes are hot. We do. But at our last staff meeting we were discussing the fact that there is so much good and fun erotic literature for women available, …

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PGAD.

PGAD or Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, generally has 5 aspects: “1. involuntary genital and clitoral arousal that persists for an extended period of time (hours, days, months); 2. the physical genital arousal does not go away following one or more orgasms; 3. the genital arousal is unrelated to subjective feelings of sexual desire; 4. the …

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Another type of birth control — IUD.

Decisions about birth control can be very stressful. Although birth control pills are praised widely on television commercials, magazine and internet ads, not all women react so positively to birth control in their system. Not all women act like the actresses in the commercials. We often see women coming to us complaining about changes in …

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You go, girl…or…Ma’am…

This video is not for the faint of heart. It’s a safe sex video for seniors and hopefully it will make you smile, like it made me smile. It made me smile because it acknowledges that sex is not only for the 21 year old lithe set. And it made me smile because I think …

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The pill…what you need to know.

In 1961, the FDA approved the use of female oral contraceptive pills (commonly known as birth control pills). As of this writing, there are over 60 different birth control pills on the market. There are an estimated 12 million women in the United States using birth control pills. The consensus is that most women do …

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