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Sexual Problems

Sexual problems are defined as difficulty during any stage (desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution) of the sexual act, which prevents the individual or couple from enjoying sexual activity.
  • Burning when you pee? What can it be?

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    Burning when you pee? What can it be?

    In 2014, the number of STDs diagnosed in England declined by 0.3% when compared to that of 2013. However, with nearly 440,000 new cases diagnosed, there is still a huge problem to deal with. Of the new STD diagnoses made in 2014, the most commonly diagnosed were chlamydia (206,774; 47%), genital warts (70,612; 16%), gonorrhoea (34,958; 8%) and genital herpes (first episode; 31,777; 7%). Continue reading

  • Why Buying Your Emergency Contraception In Advance Is a Good Idea

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    Modern contraceptives are, by and large, a highly effective means of avoiding unwanted or unplanned pregnancy. But even for the most cautious of us, mistakes can happen.

    However, if it isn’t the right time to fall pregnant, there are emergency contraception medications available in the form of the morning after pill. But, to ensure the desired effect, they do need to be taken as soon as possible after intercourse; preferably within 24 hours, although some can now be taken up to 72 hours later. Continue reading

  • Better In the Bedroom: A Guide to Improving Your Love Life – Part 2

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    A Guide to Improving Your Love Life – Part 2

     

    As we mentioned in our last blog, ‘Better In the Bedroom: A Guide to Improving Your Love Life – Part 1’, erectile dysfunction isn’t the only issue affecting countless men’s performance in the bedroom. Likewise, premature ejaculation is another condition which can affect a couple’s sex life drastically.

    Fortunately there is another similarity between the two, in that there are myriad treatments readily available that allow sufferers to go on to lead a great sex life. We’ll take a look at those later in the article, but first let’s look at the causes.

    As with erectile dysfunction, the origins of premature ejaculation can be physical, psychological, or a mix of both. Continue reading

  • Better In the Bedroom: A Guide to Improving Your Love Life – Part 1

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    A Guide to Improving Your Love Life - Part 1

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is an extremely common problem and although it’s a fact that the vast majority of men will experience some sort of erectile problems during their lifetime, it lends little consolation to those suffering from the condition.

    Erectile dysfunction can be mentally damaging to an individual resulting in psychological symptoms, including lack of self-esteem, sexual anxiety and relationship problems, but the fact of the matter is, it needn’t. Indeed, there is a whole host of host of medications available to help alleviate the problem, allowing those that suffer from it to lead a perfectly normal sex life.

    But what causes erectile dysfunction? There can be many reasons as to why a man can’t get an erection and these can be both physical and psychological. Continue reading

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