On today’s show, Dr. Emily is giving you some orgasm facts for women – as well as the masturbation habits of Americans. Plus, she’s taking your sex and relationship questions.
Even though contraception and conception involve polar opposite intentions, they couldn’t be more related. A lack of one can very well land you with the other. However, we’re also talking about two extremely complicated topics. And you may not realize how complicated until you start experiencing them yourself.
As with everything complex, research is everything. To help contribute to your understanding of the issues, we’ve compiled our top blogs & podcasts on these topics.
I was in my 20s. I had no insurance and not a prayer of a relationship on the horizon. Then I got a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) at my yearly check up at Planned Parenthood.
I was nervous when I asked what this meant and what I could do about it.
So, you’ve decided to start trying for a baby. You’re growing your family. You’re attempting conception. Congratulations!
Right now, millions of couples around the world are having sex to conceive, or doing the “baby dance”.
But when you are TTC (trying to conceive), it can be easy to fall into a rut of boring repetitive sex. You have to work at it to keep baby-making hot, and this guide is here to help you do that!