Sexual Health

Although sex is not vital for good health, it's definitely good for you. It can boost circulation, help depression, soothe chronic pain, and reaffirm the joys of living. And sexual problems often signal deeper ills: Low libido, erectile dysfunction, genital infection, or sexual pain may hide a serious health problem such as diabetes or heart trouble.

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Yes, There Are 11 Different Types of Orgasms. Here's How to Have Each
From clitoral orgasms to nipple orgasms to some orgasms even we have never heard of (but can't wait to try out), here are all the kinds of orgasms the female body is capable of—plus how to experience them more often.
7 Reasons You're Bleeding After Sex, According to Ob-Gyns
Maybe you just need more lube; maybe it's a sign of something more serious.
What Is the Average Penis Size—and Can You Do Anything About It?
Science has actually studied penis size—here's what is considered normal.
15 Masturbation Techniques From Real Women
At home or at work, in bed or on the couch, with a vibrator or without—every women has her own way of pleasuring herself, and to prove the point, these 17 totally candid ladies opened up about their favorite solo sex style.
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IUDs Can Be Expensive-Here's How to Make Them More Affordable
An IUD can cost about $2,000 if you don't have insurance. But luckily, there are programs in place that make this highly effective form of birth control more affordable. Here are some IUD costs to expect-with and without insurance.