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Travelling while pregnant

It's perfectly safe for most women to travel during their pregnancy as long as you are healthy and have no complications. Travel can be stressful and tiring though so it can be a daunting thought during this time when you are getting ready to bri...

Travel Sickness

Does sex drive decrease with age?

Low libido affects both men and women at some point in their lives, resulting in less desire for sexual activity and fewer sexual fantasies which many may find a cause for concern.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Painful sex in men

About 1 to 5% of men suffer from dyspareunia, or pain during sex. However, men sometimes feel embarrassed about discussing sexual health, which can mean that some men do not say they have painful sex when they do. When we talk about pain during sex, ...

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Test

Painful sex in women

The medical term for painful sex is ‘dyspareunia’. Dyspareunia is a pain disorder described as recurrent or persistent pain during sexual intercourse. Sometimes women are also likely to report pain with other forms of penetration such as ...

Chlamydia Treatment

Is vaginal discharge normal?

Is vaginal discharge normal? The short answer is yes. Most women have some kind of discharge every day.

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Test

What causes penis pain?

There are a variety of potential causes of penis pain and a variety of ways in which it may be experienced. If a result of injury, for example, the pain may be sharp and sudden, whereas if it is the result of an underlying condition, it may be milder...

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Abortion or morning after pill- what's the difference?

The morning after pill is an emergency form of contraception. You take it after having unprotected sex to stop pregnancy from occuring. Having an abortion is an option which allows you to terminate an unwanted pregnancy. 

Morning After Pill

Everything You Need to Know About Emergency Contraception

If you have had unprotected sex or if your contraception has failed, for example a split condom or a missed pill, you can use emergency contraception to prevent pregnancy.  

Morning After Pill