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A Questionable Treatment for Low Sexual Desire
Women experiencing low libido may be prescribed a drug with few benefits, based on suspect research, for a disorder that no longer exists.
IUDs as Emergency Contraception
IUDs are known to be a reliable method of contraception. They are also, like the morning after pill, a good form of emergency contraception.
Cannabis May Make It Harder to Conceive
Marijuana use appears to reduce a woman's chances of conceiving a child. If you're trying to become pregnant, try taking a break from pot.
Ask Your Partner, Not Porn Sites
Many young adults turn to pornography for answers to their questions about sex. This can lead to awkwardness and unrealistic expectations.
Men Who Change Their Minds about Vasectomy
Is it a bad idea to try to reverse your vasectomy if you're over 50? The surgery is meant to be permanent, but men do change their minds.
A flirtatious look is the kind of nonverbal cue that can work well or easily go wrong. The consequences can be magical, comical or dire.
Human sperm don't swim like tadpoles after all -- they swim like otters. This discovery could well change fertility treatment.
The Downside of Prince Charming
When boys subscribe to the idea that girls need protecting, they run the risk of developing less benevolent attitudes down the road.
Sexual Orientation and Teen Doctor Appointments
Doctor appointments can be tricky for teens who see themselves as non-binary. Most prefer for providers to bring up gender identity.
The Truth about Testosterone Treatments
Men looking to improve their sex lives are easy prey for the testosterone supplements industry. The ACP has some guidelines.
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