Every woman has vaginal discharge. Some discharge/fluids are perfectly normal, but others may be sign of infection.
When expecting couples are facing a high-risk pregnancy, they often wonder whether sexual activity is safe. A recent review of medical literature suggests there is little published data to guide them.
Taking vitamin D might improve a man’s sexual health, suggests new research in the International Journal of Endocrinology.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) – an enlarged prostate – is very common in older men. It occurs when prostate tissue grows inward, sometimes squeezing the urethra. Some men with BPH have a difficult time urinating.
Many women find that sexual stimulation of their erogenous zones, such as the vagina, clitoris, and nipples/breasts, sets them on the path to orgasm. Keep in mind, erogenous zones on a woman’s body may vary between women. In addition, some women may reach orgasm even when they’re not in a typical sexual situation.
Problems with blood vessels are a common cause of erectile dysfunction (ED). The term venous leakage refers to veins in the penis.