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3 Tips for Women to Improve Sexual Health

3 Tips for Women to Improve Sexual Health

A healthy sex drive is linked to feeling physically and emotionally healthy. Women can increase their overall health by improving their sex lives. According to the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, “female sexual well-being is an important part of wellness that is often overlooked. Studies show that approximately 40% of women will experience some type

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How BioIdentical Hormone Therapy Can Reduce Menopausal Symptoms

If you’re suffering from menopausal symptoms, bioidentical hormone therapy can provide a more natural form of relief. Menopause is a natural biological transition that occurs when ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone hormones. Menstruation stops and the ovaries no longer produce eggs. The menopausal transition often begins between ages 45 and 55, sometimes earlier. It

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Get To Know Your Endocrine System To Balance Hormones

  The human body is a complex network of systems that work together in harmony. The endocrine system is an example of how the different systems work together to keep us healthy. The endocrine system includes 9 major glands that produce hormones. Each small organ has a special function and also significant influence over other

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Why Viagra for Women Is Not The Answer

What is being touted as Viagra for women or the female Viagra, is a tiny pink pill called Flibanserin that has little if any effect on the sexual drive (libido) of women at any age. The answer to the question, “Why do I have no sex drive,” is that females, just like men, often have

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Endometriosis and how you might prevent it (Progesterone therapy)

By NBH, FACOG, AACS, AACG What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a gynecological medical condition in which cells from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) are located outside the uterus on the lining of the pelvis, ovaries, bowel or any place in the abdominal cavity. Its main symptom is pelvic pain in various degrees.

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