Category: Sexual Health

The Art of Flirting: How to Build Positive Relationships

Flirting, often perceived as a playful and light-hearted interaction, is in fact a fundamental aspect of human communication. When executed with respect and genuine intention, it serves as a powerful tool for building connections and fostering positive relationships. In this era, where interactions can range from in-person meetings to digital engagements, understanding the nuances of […]

Sex After Hysterectomy for a Man

Some husbands feel nervous about sex after their wife has a hysterectomy. However, they should know that a hysterectomy does not necessarily change their sexual relationship. In most cases, a hysterectomy does not impact sex much, unless the surgeon also removes the ovaries and fallopian tubes. In such cases, the surgery can cause a dramatic […]

Can an IUD Move During Sex?

Although it’s rare, it is possible to feel your IUD strings during sex. If you’re feeling these strings, contact your healthcare professional right away. They’ll teach you how to check them for yourself and make sure your IUD is in place. Also, you should call your doctor if you’re experiencing pain during sex or any […]

How Long Does Sex Honey Last?

sex honey has been used for centuries as a natural aphrodisiac. It has also been shown to boost sexual desire and endurance. However, it is important to choose the right honey for sex enhancement. The FDA has issued warnings against several honey-based products that claim to increase male sexual performance. The agency found traces of […]

Does Sex Make You Weak?

Sex is a physical activity that involves many muscles and can be physically exhausting. It can also cause a spike in your blood pressure and cause a release of endorphins. Sexual activity also releases several chemicals, including oxytocin, melatonin, prolactin, vasopressin, dopamine, and nitric oxide. These chemicals can affect your sleep, hunger, and mood. Sex […]

Sex Bump Causes Acne

There has never been any concrete evidence that sex causes acne. It has been suggested that hormones produced during puberty and sebum (oil) clogging the pores cause this skin condition. During sexual activity there is a lot of rubbing of body parts. This could lead to friction that may lead to acne. Sex hormones Nothing […]

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