A woman's sexuality is a complex interplay of physical and emotional responses that affects the way she thinks and feels about herself. A sexual problem can hurt her personal relationships and her self-esteem. Yet, many women hesitate to talk about their sexuality with their health care professionals, and many health professionals are reluctant to begin a discussion about sexuality with their patients. READ MORE

Yes, There Is Sex After Menopause

The big change doesn't have to mean the end of your sex life

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Female Sexual Dysfunction: Talk About It and Get Help

Women's sexual problems are too often discounted as mental or emotional. Talk to your health care professional to get the help you need and deserve.

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Yes, You Do Need Sex at Every Age

As women age, how does sexual health change? And how do we feel about those changes?

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How Inflammatory Bowel Disease Affects Relationships, Sexual Health and Fertility

Navigating the world of dating and relationships can be especially daunting for women with IBD

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Watch this video to learn about the symptoms, risk factors and treatments for endometriosis

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How to know when to talk to your doctor

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7 Research-Based Resolutions That Will Help Strengthen Your Relationship in the Year Ahead

Here are some science-backed ways to keep the home fires burning in 2021

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How to Have the Best Sex of Your Life After Menopause

Midlife can bring new challenges for sex, but it can also change things for the better

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My Long Journey to Queer Motherhood

I knew in theory that lesbians could become parents, but I'd never known a family with two moms.

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