I endeavored to write this blog to raise awareness about women’s sexuality because women’s vaginal and sexual health is important to overall health, intimacy, and relationships. A healthy sexuality takes introspection and candid communication. Sexuality is seldom discussed in our society and vaginal health even less so. The more women understand how their “ladybits” work, the better our lives and relationships will be.
For any of my more recent readers, and also for those who want to refresh their memory or perhaps missed a post, here is my gift to you… a wrap up of the past year’s most popular articles.
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Many women ask me about various personal moisturizers and which one is “the best” – well, there are many good and effective options out there and it’s really up to a woman’s personal preference. I will present the options and pros of each and let the woman make her own decision.
There is a plethora of reasons as to why one’s sex life may be in the slumps… but I’m here to say that there are plenty of things you can do to spice things up and get Back to the Bedroom! In this article, I break down 5 easy ways to do just that!
Yes, women have sexual fantasies too and it’s important as it can help to increase sexual desire and arousal. In this article I break down a few ways to help you break the ice and make your fantasy a reality in the bedroom.
A patient of mine and her husband were not sexually active and she suspected he was communicating with other women via social media. She believed that her husband’s erectile dysfunction issues were related to recent weight gain and was looking for ways to help him and save her marriage.
Vaginal dryness is a common health condition and many women are looking for natural remedies. One of my patients, a new mom who was breastfeeding, had heard about using coconut oil and she asked me about it. Coconut oil is an option for managing the symptoms of dryness but it will not treat the condition.
A divorced patient came to me when she heard a radio ad for a sexual desire gel – she wanted to delve back into the dating world but was experiencing vaginal dryness and was afraid this would get in her way.
I am so passionate about educating women about vaginal dryness/vaginal atrophy and how it is just as important to moisturize your vagina as it is your face! Watch the 4-minute video from this televised program with Canadian Health & Family.
I received an email from a man who listened to my Sunday Night Sex Show on the radio – he explained that he had trouble sustaining an erection with a woman, but not when he masturbated and wondered what the reason for that might be.
Penis size is always a “hot topic” and sometimes for women, being with a well-endowed man could actually cause sex to be painful. In this article I break down a few tips to ensure that sex is as satisfying as it should be!
Vaginal dryness is a common health condition and if not properly managed or treated, can lead to a worsening state of vaginal atrophy. It is important to seek help – you don’t have to live with vaginal dryness and you are not alone!