Sexual and reproductive telehealth services now available in Washington state.
Available telehealth services include birth control refills, pregnancy options counseling, emergency contraceptives, and screenings for sexually transmitted infections.
The Fractious Evolution of Pediatric Transgender Medicine
Pediatric transgender medicine is a new field with a lot of questions yet to be answered by science. What is the long-term impact of blocking puberty on a young person’s health? Can practitioners correctly determine which youngsters will still identify as trans when they are adults? Do the psychological assessments contribute to children’s suffering by delaying access to puberty blockers and hormones? Why has the number of teens coming forward to receive transgender medical care, particularly those assigned female at birth, risen so dramatically in recent years?
Vaginismus: the common condition leading to painful sex
Vaginismus can be mild, moderate or severe. The pain is often described as burning, cramping, or a tight feeling.
Women who have more sex may enter the menopause later, study
The point of ovulation to make the body ready for pregnancy, but if a woman is not having any sex, what’s the point of investing energy into ovulation?
Sex after 60
Myths and stigma associated with aging and sex hinder older adults’ ability to openly communicate with family, friends and health care professionals.