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Visiting the “Dick Doctor”

Published by Grow A Pair. Movember was something of great interest and concern to us as a team! So our guest Thabani Gigaba agreed to take one for the team and visit the “Dick Doctor” for a Men’s Health examination in support of Movember! We would like to inspire and motivate all men to be […]

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LOCALISED PROVOKED VULVAR PAIN (Vestibulodynia) -pain upon penetration of the vagina

Localised provoked vulvar pain (vestibulodynia) is a term used to describe pain upon penetration of the vagina. There is also tenderness to touch around the vaginal opening (vestibule) during physical examination. It occurs in women of all ages. It is estimated that approximately 15% of women will experience this type of vulvar pain sometime in […]

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Men dealing with sexual health

Published by Grow A Pair. Movember was something of great interest and concern to us as a team! So we decided to meet up with a couple of guys and discuss some Men’s Health related issues. We discussed numerous topics regarding men’s health and what we should know as men or women about our bodies! […]

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When Your Libido Goes AWOL

By Catriona Ross, for Women’s Health Magazine. Has your sex drive packed up and headed for the hills? Whether the reason’s medical or you simply need the right touch to get into the mood, you’re not alone. So, while having lunch at your desk, you suddenly you recall how your man’s chest looked when he […]

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Sex Q & A with Dr. Elna Rudolph

Dr. Elna Rudolph answers a few questions about sex. My partner wants to try anal sex more often, but I don’t enjoy it. I’m worried that if I don’t do it, he will feel unfulfilled… There are certain no-no’s when it comes to sex in relationships and they are different for each couple. The one […]

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Why Fit Women Have Much Better Sex

By Cindy Kuzma. Partly edited by Dr. Elna Rudolph. The perfect playlist helps get you in the mood. Sweat beads on your skin, your heart races and your muscles contract. By the time you’re finished, you’re breathless, maybe drained, but also gloriously satisfied. What popped to mind first – your last great workout or your […]

Will a detox improve my sex life? Ask Dr Rascher

By Dr. Careen Rascher. Published in Longevity Magazine, October 2017. Low sexual desire can develop for many reasons, including stress, lack of sleep, hormonal imbalances and weight gain. Getting rid of toxins and pollutants in your body is the first step to boosting a lagging libido. Here’s how. Read the full article here.