For most women, the physician they are most likely to see on a regular basis is their gynecologist. Women visit their gynecologist's office for birth control, STD testing and any number of other health matters, from vaginal infections to menstrual cramps. How can you get the most out of your visit?
I am sixteen years old. I know I shouldnt be having sex but started early. My boyfriend and I want a child but we know I'm too young and not ready for responsibility.
We had sex on the 11th of September and I got off my period the 10th. He ejaculated in me 3 times and we had sex again on the 14th. He ejaculated in me then.
I was infected with Herpes in a monogamous relationship (we anticipated our vows, and I am now married to him). This is my story. I am writing this article so that others in my situation hopefully find the answers to their questions.
While protecting yourself from disease is important at all times, it becomes especially necessary during pregnancy when a baby is in critical stages of development. Having certain infectious diseases during pregnancy can result in severe and chronic problems in a newborn.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) refers to a group of STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) that are caused by viruses or bacteria. The first stages begin with vaginal infection.