When you are on the pill, bleeding occurs toward the end of each pack. These are the days you take no pills or take the pills in your pack with no (or few) hormones, also called placebo pills. This bleeding will most likely be like if you weren’t taking the pill and you may have times when you bleed just a little or maybe nothing at all. Continue reading “Pills and your Period”

Menopause is a natural cycle of every woman. A new chapter in your life where the experience can be modified a ton by your own state of mind and how you feel about this particular moment in your life.

Regardless of how you feel about the subject, this is what you have to know. Continue reading “Menopause”

For some ladies, periods can be an awkward and personal topic. Some may think that it’s difficult to ask, “What am I expected to do in the outdoors in case I’m on my period?”. What’s more, male aides or teachers may skirt the issue, evading a subject they may not feel educated about. If some women are reluctant to ask and men feel awkward explaining, we risk damage and to the outdoor places we visit if our periods are not dealt with big importance. Continue reading “Methods to Deal With Your Period While Camping”

For a young lady, “gynecologist” can be terrifying. Walking into the examination room, most young ladies won’t comprehend what to expect, so usually left to her mom or parental figure to help her through the procedure. While you may utilize your very own experience as a timetable for when to take your little girl to the gynecologist, each person is unique. Continue reading “Taking Your Daughter To The Gynecologist for the First Time?”

The expression “Know thyself” is old as Ancient Egypt, since it is inscribed on the walls of the sanctuary at Luxor. One engraving peruses “The body is the house of God.” [That is the reason it is said] “Man, know thyself”. Another says, “Man, know thyself, and you will know the gods”. Continue reading “The Importance of Tracking your Period”

Vaginal fluids are very important for our health and sexual pleasure, and they vary during all our cycles while we are fertile. Like any other fluid in our body, the vaginal function as a kind of oracle: tells us what happens to us, if we are healthy or with some imbalance, if we are ovulating or going through an infertile period. Continue reading “Vaginal fluids: silent guardians”

If you’re looking to conceive but wonder if your irregular periods will make it difficult, we’ve important information – irregular menstruation does no longer constantly mean you’re not ovulating regularly! Continue reading “Ovulation and Irregular Periods: Things You Should Know”

If you are a lady, your possibility of getting a urinary tract disease or UTI, is high; a few specialists rank your lifetime danger of getting one as high as 1 in 2 – with many women having repeated infections, sometimes for quite a long time. Here is the means by which to deal with UTIs, regardless of whether you are encountering your first or fifth disease, and how to make it less likely to get one in a near future. Continue reading “A Guide to Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)”

It’s one of greatest annoyances: finding a method of contraception that works for both your body and your way of life. With such number of options nowadays (15 to be correct), it can be entirely befuddling (and down-right overpowering) to filter through all the information out there. That is the reason Dr Deborah Bateson from Family Planning NSW provided answers to all your most asked questions. Continue reading “How To Choose The Perfect Contraceptive Method Made For You”