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Alan Altman, MD Dr. With one third of the female population already past the age of 50, the primary complaints of menopause—including vulvovaginal atrophy and sexual pain—are becoming alarmingly prevalent. Ask patients about sexual function in general and dyspareunia in particular as part of the routine annual visit.
Investigation of abnormal vaginal bleeding. National Cervical Screening Program: Guidelines for the management of screen-detected abnormalities, screening in specific populations and investigation of abnormal vaginal bleeding. Sydney: Cancer Council Australia.
Nonobstetric Lacerations of the Vagina. J Am Osteopath Assoc ; 5 — Although obstetrically related trauma remains the most common cause of injury to the female genital tract, trauma of nonobstetric origin is not uncommon.
Death can occur during consensual sex for a number of reasons, generally because of the physical strain of the activity, or because of unusual extenuating circumstances. There are various euphemisms for death during sex, including "dying in the saddle" or the French "la mort d'amour". Sexual intimacy, as well as orgasms, increases levels of the hormone oxytocinalso known as "the love hormone", which helps people bond and build trust.
I'm approaching my 40th birthday. I've been using the pill as a method of contraceptive since my 20s. I've been told it can be dangerous in those ever
On the contrary, some of us feel great distress, want to curl up in a ball and cry for no apparent reason. What is known about post-sex blues is that immediately following consensual sexual activity, you may feel sadness, anxietydepression, restlessness, regret and irritability. I can see where many social and psychological factors could play a huge role to how one feels after having sex.