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The barrier method is a go-to for many couples.
There are emergency methods available to help prevent an unintended pregnancy. The key is timeliness.
Some of them are actually reversible.
This method has everyone in a debate.
You should be able to treat your UTI without worrying about your birth control not working.
Many women swear by this, but here’s what doctors say.
Don’t freak out: Just follow these steps.
It’s a serious concern, so let’s look at the facts.
It sounds too good to be true, but here’s how it actually works.
This is one of the most common questions about birth control your ob-gyn gets asked.
The pain varies from person to person, but here’s the general process.
Here’s what happens if you skip the placebo pills.
Can birth control make you gain weight? Or raise cancer risk? Here’s what the science says.
This birth control method is becoming more popular, but many misconceptions about IUDs still persist.
Learn why more and more women are turning to this little device.
Don’t want any devices in your bod? The patch might be more your style.
This long-acting reversible birth control is one of the most effective methods of preventing pregnancy.
Um, there better be a good explanation for this torture.
Um, is everything OK down there?
In this episode of True Champions, Karen shares her personal story of how she first learned she had hepatitis C. Karen was so shocked that she thought
In this episode of True Champions, Karen discusses her friendship with Lucinda Porter, author of Hepatitis C Treatment One Step At A Time. Lucinda has
In this episode of True Champions, Karen shares her personal story of living with hepatitis C and cirrhosis. Diet and nutrition are essential and Kare
In this episode of True Champions, Karen shares how jotting down her thoughts at night lead to the creation of her popular blog “I Help C: Your Best F
Hank Johnson, a congressman representing Georgia’s 4th District, shares his story about getting diagnosed with hepatitis C.
Hank Johnson, a congressman representing Georgia’s 4th District, discusses his battle with hepatitis C and the various treatments he experimented with before finding the right fit.
Hank Johnson, a congressman representing Georgia’s 4th District, shares how making his journey with hepatitis C public changed his life for the better.
Hank Johnson, a congressman representing Georgia’s 4th District, explains how his personal struggle with hepatitis C led him to advocate for the passing of the Affordable Care Act.
Hank Johnson, a congressman representing Georgia’s 4th District, talks about squashing the stigma surrounding hepatitis C.
Learn more about the herpes virus and how to ID herpes symptoms.
There are a number of prevention steps to lower your risk of herpes. While there is no herpes cure, watch here for tips to prevent & treat herpes
Learn more about how HIV takes a toll on your immune system.
These signs could be a red flag to look into.
Watch this before you get an HIV test.
HIV Medication can prolong life; learn about the types here.
These tests detect HIV within weeks of exposure.
Meet the drug that’s transforming HIV prevention.
PrEP may lower your risk of getting HIV if you fit these criteria.
Take this medication consistently, and your risk of getting HIV goes way down
Does taking PrEP actually encourage promiscuity? The science says no.
This medication may reduce your risk of getting HIV. Here’s what you need to know.
The truth is one of the best tools you have against HIV infection.
Learn more about Genvoya, a combination pill that treats HIV.
Learn more about Complera, a combination pill that treats HIV.
Truvada may help prevent or treat HIV infection.
Learn more about Stribild, a combination pill that treats HIV.
Atripla is a prescription antiviral medication used to treat HIV. It is a fixed dose combination of Efavirenz, Tenofovir, and Emtricitabine.
Learn more about Triumeq, a pill that helps control HIV infection.
Combivir is an antiretroviral prescription medication used by people who diagnosed with HIV. It is a fixed dose combination of two different drugs.
Epzicom is a fixed dose combination of two medications: Abacavir and Lamivudine. It is taken as a pill once a day, with or without food.
Trizivir is an antiretroviral medication used to treat HIV. It is a fixed dose combination of three drugs, Abacavir, Lamivudine and Zidovudine.
Scott Davis shares his story of how his personal experience with HIV & AIDS that led him to becoming Program Coordinator of the Asylum Project.
Participants of the Asylum Project share their experiences of fleeing persecution of being LGBT & living with AIDS/HIV & seeking asylum in the US.
Larry Bryant of Housing Works discusses how their organization works to help people living with HIV or AIDS by providing housing, healthcare and jobs.
Workers & participants at Housing Works share their personal stories of the treatment they receive for HIV & AIDS.
Housing Works & Asylum Project explain why developing grassroots advocacy plans is so important to end the AIDS & HIV epidemic in communities.
HPV is a very common virus spread through sexual contact. It is also the most common cause of cervical cancer. Learn more about HPV in this video
Symptoms of HPV include genital warts, common skin warts, abnormal vaginal bleeding, vaginal discharge, lower back pain, discomfort during sex and pai
Cervical cancer is curable if caught early enough. Treatment can involve surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.
The best way to protect yourself from HPV is to avoid direct contact with the virus. Visible genital warts could be a sign of Human Papilloma Virus.
Senator Debbie Halvorson reveal what she wishes she knew before treating HPV. Learn about her early life, diagnosis and treatment process.
This vaccine helps prevent infections that can lead to cervical cancer.
Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains pregnancy symptoms you can expect during the first trimester, including morning sickness, exhaustion, and cramping.
Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains ways your baby develops late in the first trimester and also discusses miscarriage signs to watch for in your pregnancy.
Know what to expect during the pregnancy stages of the second trimester. Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains the pregnancy week by week changes.
Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains what you can expect from your own body and your baby’s during the second half of your second trimester. At week 20, you
In this video, Dr. Blumberg explains what to expect during the third trimester. This is referred to as the home stretch between weeks 28-40. During th
In this video, Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains what you can expect from your own body and your baby’s during the second half of your third trimester
Preparing for pregnancy is vital for all couples. There are many factors affecting fertility, so it is important to understand how to conceive a baby.
Having sex doesn't automatically = baby.
Knowing what to eat during pregnancy is difficult for some, but also very important. This video discusses pregnancy nutrition in simple terms.
Most women experience pregnancy nausea, pregnancy heartburn and pregnancy constipation while pregnant. This video details pregnancy nausea cures.
Half of pregnant women experience pregnancy heartburn and pregnancy nausea. It usually arrives in the 2nd half of pregnancy and goes away once the bab
They affect almost half of women—but they’re not inevitable.
Women don't climax for, like, a million reasons. These simple steps can get things going again.
Time to get “cliterate.”
Low sex drive? Here’s what’s really behind your, “honey, I have a headache.”
Avoid these for a steamier sex life.
Did your pee change color? Here’s what it could mean.
This painful health problem is a leading cause of infertility in the U.S.
The perks of the big “O” go way beyond the climax.
Here’s how to spot this super common infection.
If talking about sex makes you fumble your words, try this vocab lesson.
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