About 30 percent of women report feeling pain during sex.
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Trying to increase your sex drive? Having relationship problems? Looking for information on how to have sex that revives a bored bedroom routine? Prevention has expert advice on how to have a fulfilling and healthy sex life. Plus, learn about other aspects of sexual health, such as avoiding diseases, sex after menopause, sex during pregnancy, and more.
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It doesn’t automatically mean you have an STD.
"[It] gave me a totally new kind of orgasm."
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Your thyroid, stress levels, or other factors might be throwing your cycle out of whack.
It’s actually one of the telltale signs of bacterial vaginosis—a condition that affects 30 percent of women.
Fun fact: your orgasm might actually feel better.
Women under 45 may deal with unbearable symptoms—but there are ways to cope.
Here’s when you should (and shouldn’t) worry about odors down there.
Jada Pinkett-Smith is the latest celeb to reveal struggles with sex addiction, but many experts say that’s not a real disease.
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Your partner could feel it during sex.
Love and sex don't always have to go hand in hand.
Too many women suffer from vaginal dryness silently—but it’s a highly fixable issue.
See ya, tampons.
Your sex life might take a hit.
Crossing these lines could signal an abusive relationship.
For most women, these five libido-boosting tips work better than Addyi.
You don’t have to deal with a low libido forever.
Not sure if your relationship is unhealthy? Here are the red flags you shouldn't ignore.
These gyno-approved picks are super gentle on sensitive skin.
Ready to take some notes?
Your long run, that time of the month, or skin conditions could be to blame.
Just another reason to add more fish to your diet!
Kick your sex life up a notch with these vibrators, wands, and more.