Masturbation – A very common sexual habit has earned a bad reputation primarily because in India it is a taboo to talk about and explore your sexuality. Sex experts say that masturbation is as common as breathing and going to the bathroom. There is nothing unnatural associated with it. In fact, it is a healthy sexual activity. Besides people attach a lot of myths to it so as to inculcate a sense of fear in individuals and prevent them from indulging in such activities.
Today let’s see some myths surrounding masturbation and also the relevant facts
Masturbation is a healthy, natural and a safe way of sexual self-satisfaction. Men more often talk about it openly without much inhibition like females. They get to know about it from friends and classmates while in high school and most often start practicing masturbation from then on.
There is a lot of conjecture in today’s society regarding masturbation. Everyone wants to ask the same question, is masturbation good or bad? Will masturbating affect my health? If I masturbate will I be considered ‘bad’? What are the side-effects of masturbating daily? When is masturbation not considered safe? What can I do to get rid of masturbation addiction?
Food and diet are considered an integral part of good health. A well-balanced diet boosts your immunity strong enough to fight against serious infections and diseases. So if you Google the different diet patterns that will improve fertility, the search results will mesmerize and confuse you because every other site will give you a list of foods that will claim to boost fertility, and guarantee to get you pregnant. But all the articles boil to one universal fact that a good diet will support your fertility while an unhealthy diet will impair fertility.
Ovarian cysts are nagging and they don’t go off easily. For some women, ovarian cysts are as common as pimples. These small tissues or fluid-filled sacs adorn their ovaries and show no symptoms at all. It becomes a part and parcel of their system without any obvious discomfort. I remember a couple of years back when I was being diagnosed with an ovarian cyst and they did not look pretty. Though cysts are usually benign where they come and go without the need of any specialized medical intervention, however, I was one among the 20% of women experiencing cysts that needed surgical intervention to get rid of.
Water and thirst are common terms used in summer, as we sweat more in summer so our mind says 'drink more water'. We know the maths of drinking water, be it while having spicy food, during a work out session, to avoid excessive eating or just casually. But sometimes people also feel thirsty all the time and many don’t even know that they might be having some condition. So, here are the few conditions that might be giving you that extra thirst.
This is a common question among couples, “When is the right time to have sex following delivery?” Well, let’s put it this way, the right time is when you feel physically and emotionally ready to enjoy some intimate moments with your partner after delivery. Childbirth is an important phase in a woman’s life. The body goes through a lot of physical and hormonal changes and it needs time to recover.
Sexual intercourse is not supposed to be painful unless it is caused due to some physical distress or psychological concern. In medical terms, this condition is called dyspareunia and is described as a recurrent vaginal pain that occurs just before, during or after intercourse. Every woman experiences pain during intercourse at some point in their lives which might occur due to lack of lubrication. It might also happen due to certain medications that affect sexual arousal. But that is not the case always as there may be underlying health conditions that lead to pain. You must consult a gynaecologist who might be able to help you diagnose the reason and administer treatment.
Have you watched the movie Shubh Mangal Saavdhan? If yes, you will know what we are going to talk about today!
Most of the men are not willing to talk about it. They are ashamed and embarrassed of themselves. It affects their productivity at the office and pleasant family life. If you haven’t yet been able to guess what we are talking about, it is Erectile Dysfunction (ED) we are discussing today.
Most young couples rely on birth control pills after unprotected sex, but are they effective enough to prevent unwanted pregnancy? There are many methods of birth control like condoms, copper T, vaginal rings and male and female sterilization. But what concerns us is whether birth control pills are effective in preventing pregnancy.
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