Sexuality And Pregnancy
Postpartum contraception: what can I use?
Now that you’ve had a baby, you may want to take a pause before adding more members to the family (if any at all!). After all the changes your body’s been through, you might be wondering what your options are when it comes to using contraception. Let’s take a look at the different types you can use and when you can start taking them.
Period sex: can I have sex during my period?
Period sex is a subject that isn’t often talked about, so many of us have questions like is period sex safe? Or what are the chances of getting pregnant while on your period? Let’s find out the answers to all of these questions (and more)!
How does your body change during pregnancy?
Pregnancy brings about lots of physical and emotional changes; some you may embrace joyfully while others may make you slightly (or even very) uncomfortable. However you feel about your pregnancy changes, let’s take a look at some of the most common ones so you know what to expect.
Termination of pregnancy: What does an abortion actually mean?
Abortions are a common experience, yet they still remain a taboo. As a result, there’s a lot of misunderstanding surrounding abortions; what they are, how they feel and the process itself. We’re here to change that.
What happens after having a miscarriage?
Miscarriage can be a hard topic to talk about, but sometimes talking is the best way to come to terms with it and begin healing from the whole experience. Let’s take a deeper dive into what happens to your body after a miscarriage, as well as ways to cope with your own feelings.
How is fertility affected by PCOS?
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a very common condition that affects 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. But will it affect your ability to get pregnant? To prevent you from panicking unnecessarily, we’ve gathered all the information you need to know.
What is postpartum depression?
More parents are dealing with postpartum mental health issues than you think.
Tampons and childbirth
After giving birth you need to wait at least six weeks before using a tampon, or you could be at risk of infection.
What are implantation cramps and spotting?
Sometimes our periods are much shorter and lighter for no apparent reason! However, it could also be a sign of early pregnancy. So let’s find out how you can identify implantation bleeding from regular spotting.