Pain during sex does not have to be accepted as a normal part of the aging process.
Cervical cancer is one of the few cancers that can be prevented. Know how to prevent it and know the warning signs.
If your vagina burns during sex, you may have this condition.
Whether you're finished having children or considering having your first one, the only thing standing between you and the unexpected is your contraception.
Although teen pregnancies have declined among girls 15 to 17 years old, there's still room for improvement. Talk to your teenager about safe sex practices and the possibility of birth control.
Confused about the pros and cons of testosterone therapy? Diffuse the myths and learn the facts.
If you're experiencing dryness, irritation or pain during sex, you're not alone. As we age, our sex lives may be affected by hormonal changes leading to emotional and physical consequences. Find out what you can do about it.
Many women find sex painful after menopause. This condition, called dsypareunia, has many causes and many treatments.
Most itchy bumps near the vagina area aren't serious, but they may worsen if not treated. See your health care provider if you experience itchy bumps "down there."
If your man climaxes more quickly than you'd like, find out how you can prolong the pleasure for both of you.
If you have low sex drive, you may have a form of female sexual dysfunction called hypoactive sexual desire disorder, or HSDD.
Birth control pills are effective at preventing pregnancy if you use your contraceptives correctly and consistently.
Sometimes intercourse simply isn't possible. That doesn't mean, however, that you can't be intimate with each other. Get ideas for expressing yourselves in sensual ways to enhance intimacy.
Despite the pill’s popularity, many women still wonder: What’s the best type to take? How effective is it? Read on for answers to your most pressing questions.
Lack of desire and vaginal dryness are often given as the reason sex declines for women after menopause. But a new study finds many more reasons.
For many women, sex can become painful and difficult around menopause. While the symptoms of estrogen loss can be distressing, they can almost always be treated.
Some women find sexual freedom once they're in menopause, but there is still a need to protect against sexually transmitted diseases and infections.
It can be tough to know what’s true and what’s not. How to know the difference between fact or hype? Read on for some birth control myth busters.
Many studies have shown that a stable and happy marriage is good for the health of both partners, increasing longevity. But did you know that there's also a link between one spouse's happinessand the health of the other?
Among Americans aged 18 to 26, two-thirds of men and one-third of women still do not know that the human papillomavirus (HPV) is the leading cause of cervical cancer.
Vyleesi is the first as-needed treatment for hypoactive sexual desire disorder, or HSDD. It has some possible side effects, but may help some women.
Here are some questions to help guide your birth control conversation with your HCP.
Many women complain of pain around their labia, vagina and genital region, a common condition known as vulvodynia. While it can be challenging to treat, there are treatment options available.
Do you want to spice up your sex life? Many women do, especially after menopause. Here are some products that may give you more sexual pleasure in your life.
No one wants herpes, but, if you or your sexual partner has it, there are ways to lessen the risk of transmission and to treat the virus.
Everything you need to know about endometriosis symptoms and more.
You probably know about the weight gain, hot flashes and night sweats associated with menopause. Here are some other side effects of menopause.
As you age, your vagina—due mostly to decreased estrogen levels—can become dry or irritated, which can cause pain during sex. This does not need to be the norm.
Please take our survey and tell us what you know about or have experienced related to endometriosis.
Here's good news for middle-aged women who fear their sexual satisfaction is destined to decline: Aging can provide benefits that might make lovemaking even more enjoyable, a small study suggests.
According to a new expert study, men don’t seek support to deal with the end of a relationship.