Estrogen plays a major role in a woman’s life. It’s the one responsible for her reproductive system as well as the changes that she goes through during puberty. Estrogen controls the menstrual cycles, makes the breasts firm, keeps the vaginal muscles tight, as well as acts as the maintenance department for the reproductive organs.
In a relationship having an emotional connection is one thing, but you also need to have good chemistry in bed! Many women are left in the dark on the real reason why a relationship may go sour. In fact, they feel that they took such good care of their partner, cooked for them, cleaned the house, or was even the bread-winner for the household so what could the guy possibly have been unhappy about? But often times, the relationship goes south because the magical connection in the bedroom has vanished. Here are 7 simple tips to ensure a satisfied partner and a happy relationship.
Having a baby takes a huge toll not only on your body, but also on your sex life. After giving birth, your doctor probably gave you instructions NOT to have sex for about four to six weeks. You might like to take this as “just a suggestion”, but it’s more than that and you should follow doctor’s orders for your health and your va-jay-jay’s health. But then some moms, right after the “postpartum sex-ban”, just lose interest in sexual intimacy all together.
So, can you still have great sex after you become a mom? Of course you can!
There are more women than you may think that have wondered if there is a female enhancement pill that could ignite their sex life. Well, there is one, it’s all-natural, and the results it delivers are better than you think!
A few years ago, men everywhere thanked the high heavens when pharmaceutical companies started selling the blue pill. So, can you imagine how wonderful it would be if they came out with something that could do the same for women? Well, there IS a pill for women that can help boost libido, promote lubrication and it’s also very healthy to take!
Just about every woman gets the much dreaded monthly visit from Aunt Flow, or her menstruation cycle. Along with Aunt Flow comes her mix of friends called premenstrual syndrome, or PMS. Yes, it’s that awesome period of time when a woman gets to experience mood swings, tender breasts, weird food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression.
Don’t worry, you’re not the only woman going through this; about 3 out of 4 menstruating women experience PMS. However, it’s not something that you just have to endure. There are things that you can do to have a more hassle free with Aunt Flow and her PMS friends.
Menopause can be one of the most challenging times in a woman’s life. It’s when all the good things that you got during puberty just go flying out the window. One of the most common effects of menopause is osteoporosis.
All women who have gone through childbirth or menopause will tell you that sooner or later, you will need some help to tighten everything down there. That’s why, the market these days are full of vaginal tightening gels and creams, claiming to give you a tighter and firmer vagina in just a minute. So what are vaginal tightening gels and creams, and do they really work?
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.