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Sex After 50?

Sex after 50 How to make it an easier (bicycle) ride… By Dr. Elna Rudolph. MBChB (UP); MHSc: Sexual Health (US, Aus); FECSM (Fellow of the European Committee for Sexual Medicine) Warming up for sex: Sex after the age of fifty is not…
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Not tonight Darling… I have a headache (in the pelvis!)

Pelvic pain, like headaches, can have a significant impact on a patient’s sexual functioning, relationship and quality of life.  The common perception is that a headache is the cliché excuse for avoiding intercourse.  But what if the…

SEND BETTER SMOKE SIGNALS

By Pablo Sennett. Partly edited by Dr. Elna Rudolph. No matter how solid your relationship, you’ll never get away from everyday stress. But you can make sure it doesn’t burn the house down. Here’s how to stop fanning the flames. The…
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What happens inside the sex doctor's rooms?

By Dr. Elna Rudolph, published in Women's Health Magazine, December 2014. WH's resident sex doc shares four of her actual cases with advice so real and raunchy, you'll want to try it tonight! Read the full article here.   Now…
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O-O-O-O-Orgasm!

Orgasm By Sarah Z Wexler The public convo surrounding the female orgasm has officially climaxed: last year, Nicki Minaj told a magazine that she demands one every single time she has sex (and thinks you should too); #GetCliterate blew…
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Bad Sex is a Health Warning

By Mary Bradley Weak erections or premature ejaculation, while a “downer” literally, can also be a sign of serious underlying health issues. If you’re going more than a month with no mojo, you should check it out with a doctor. Book…
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7 Ways Brain Health can improve your Sex Life

7 Ways Brain Health Will Improve your Sex Life Written by: Annie Lizstan for My Sexual Health Make no mistake; the brain is indeed the ultimate sex organ.  The response to sexual stimulation ultimately begins in the brain, and this is…

What the sexologist says

By Keisha Singh. Published in Woza Weekend, February 2016. "If you're struggling to make time for each other, check your priorities." It's that time of the year you either love or hate, restaurants are filled with adorable couples,…
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Dealing with his high libido

  The typical couple that the MSH doctors see, is there because the woman has a low libido – she does not want to have sex as often and as desperately as her man does. This is quite normal, since men’s testosterone levels are…
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Let’s talk about sex

In today’s complicated and tricky world, sex is becoming an increasingly more difficult thing to define. “Sex” can mean vastly different things to different people. Each person has their own particular definition of what it means to…
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The Politics Of Pubes

By Emma Anderson, Women's Health Magazine. Our nether-regions seem to be undergoing widespread deforestation… but why? WH takes a look at that increasingly endangered species, the female pube. Muff, lady garden, bush, beaver… the…