Suddenly experiencing a flood of blood in your menstrual cycle when you hit the age of 50 that’s similar or even worse than your first period during your teenage years can be alarming. Yes, heavy bleeding during menstruation usually occurs for women during their adolescent years, but it’s more common for women nearing menopause. Read more
Have you ever experienced that small leak when you coughed or sneezed that left you just a little bit embarrassed? Well there’s no need to be embarrassed about it. Many women at some point or another experience urinary incontinence or what’s also known as weak bladder control. Don’t worry, there are things you can do to help regain control over that misbehaving bladder.
Ben Wa balls have been recently made popular due to the spotlight shone by the highly erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey, but it has actually been around since 500 AD and has been used both for sexual pleasure as well as for vaginal tightening. So what are Ben Wa Balls and are they enough to make your Vagina tight again?
At one point in time or another, we all have to face the fact that no matter how much we rally, there are parts of us that sometimes just won’t cooperate, especially in bed. However, there’s no need to accept defeat. There are very effective solutions that can help with your problem.
Vagifirm offers a non-surgical, all natural solution to sexual rejuvenation. Here’s what you can expect and tips on how to maximize your results when taking Vagifirm!
During your cycle you may think that some of the worst side effects are cramps, having mood swings and those insatiable hunger for chocolates…but just wait until you go through menopause and all hell breaks loose.
There’s a common misconception when it comes to a woman’s hooha and what causes it to be tight or loose. Many think that a female is tightest when they are a virgin and they get looser and looser the more times they have sex. So does having a lot of sex really cause your vagina to get looser? Let’s find out…
Although the miracle of childbirth is amazing in itself, giving birth isn’t all butterflies, rainbows and unicorns, and those who deny the grueling part of labor and delivery are either in denial or have encountered a magical fairy that takes away all the pain. Luckily, there are things that new moms can do to alleviate discomfort and help them get a speedier recovery after giving birth.
With so many vaginal products that are available out there, your head might be spinning in which one to choose. You might be plagued by questions on which one actually works, how it works, which one is safe, so many questions, that in the end you might just give up. The thing is, you should really be careful in which product to use, because if you are not careful you might end up with an infection, or worse, you might end up with an even looser hooha!
When someone says hormones or estrogen, we often think of cancer or some other serious condition. This shouldn’t be the case, however, since hormones are natural chemicals that help keep us healthy and maintain balance within our bodies. It’s kind of like blood, but only more complicated. Did you know that there are two kinds of estrogen you could take? Synthetic estrogen and phytoestrogen.