Sad After Sex? New Study Suggests 'Postcoital Dysphoria' Is Widespread
Researchers found that 46 percent of women reported experiencing symptoms of postcoital dysphoria, or PCD, at least once in their lifetime, with 5.1 percent experiencing symptoms of the condition a few times within the past four weeks.
Women's Health World Abuzz On 'Pink Viagra' Approval, But Are Expectations Realistic?
Along with the potential to ignite a low (or non-existent) libido among some women, the drug comes with a boxed warning, the strongest kind, on contraindications and potential side effects that include low blood pressure, fainting, nausea, dizziness and sleepiness.
What Teens Say Teens Should Know About Sexually Transmitted Diseases
As a peer educator I’ve heard some pretty interesting misconceptions about sexual health and STDs. One myth is that STDs have obvious symptoms, like localized pain or some other physical sign. In fact, this is quite the opposite! STDs often show NO symptoms.