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female sexual libido

„L“ stands for…

Oh, the L-word. I know you would like to think it’s love, but there is one other, equally important. Libido.

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electronic cigarette

“No smoking” means “no smoking”

Pregnant women should be looking for ways to quit smoking.
Wonder if electronic cigarettes are a safe way to quit smoking during pregnancy?

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gusset-grippers

Physio aims to get the Fringe laughing, not leaking

A shocking 1 in 3 women and 1 in 9 men wet themselves. Leaking is common, but never normal, and most cases of stress incontinence can be cured.

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World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres support World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres are thrilled to support and promote World breast feeding week 2016. This year the theme is valuing our wellbeing from the very start of life, to respect each other and care for the World we share.

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breastfeeding newborn baby

Delivery method can affect breastfeeding

Have you ever considered that the way you deliver your baby can affect the breastfeeding? Me neither. But the medical community says that assisted delivery methods have a big impact on the success of breastfeeding later on.

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pregnancy symptoms

Pregnancy symptoms that shouldn’t be ignored

Pregnancy represents a big change for our body – every organ, cell and molecule are doing their best to nurture the fetus and prepare for the delivery. No wonder that mums-to-be experience a whole array of symptoms, both physical and psychological.

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vaginal care after delivery

Vaginal care after the delivery

Many women have this (completely wrong) impression that after they deliver the baby, everything goes back to where it was before the pregnancy.

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World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres support World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres are thrilled to support and promote World breast feeding week 2016. This year the theme is valuing our wellbeing from the very start of life, to respect each other and care for the World we share.

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baby

Loyon – a treatment for cradle cap

My baby had cradle cap, and he’s not even a baby any more. I tried quite a few products, and Loyon was one of them. These are my impressions.

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breastfeeding newborn baby

Delivery method can affect breastfeeding

Have you ever considered that the way you deliver your baby can affect the breastfeeding? Me neither. But the medical community says that assisted delivery methods have a big impact on the success of breastfeeding later on.

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vaginal care after delivery

Vaginal care after the delivery

Many women have this (completely wrong) impression that after they deliver the baby, everything goes back to where it was before the pregnancy.

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breast awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness: are you aware of your breasts?

Would you say that you are concerned and well-informed about breast cancer? If not, continue reading. If you are, then continue reading as there may be something new to you.

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World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres support World breastfeeding week 2016

UK Birth Centres are thrilled to support and promote World breast feeding week 2016. This year the theme is valuing our wellbeing from the very start of life, to respect each other and care for the World we share.

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baby

Loyon – a treatment for cradle cap

My baby had cradle cap, and he’s not even a baby any more. I tried quite a few products, and Loyon was one of them. These are my impressions.

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breastfeeding newborn baby

Delivery method can affect breastfeeding

Have you ever considered that the way you deliver your baby can affect the breastfeeding? Me neither. But the medical community says that assisted delivery methods have a big impact on the success of breastfeeding later on.

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itch irritation

Multi-Gyn IntiSkin

It might sound ridiculous, but… living with constant itch (which you can’t really scratch when you’re among people) is a torture!

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breast awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness: are you aware of your breasts?

Would you say that you are concerned and well-informed about breast cancer? If not, continue reading. If you are, then continue reading as there may be something new to you.

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cold flu antibiotics

Cold, flu and antibiotic resistance

I’d be the happiest of all if I could inform you that there is a magic pill that you can take and instantly feel better. However, I’ve got bad news: there is no such thing. The only known cure for a cold is – time.

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anti-candida-diet

Anti-candida diet basics

Do you often suffer from vaginal complaints such as itching and white discharge similar to cottage cheese? You probably tried everything – from changing underwear and washing more often, to antifungal creams and probiotics, but with not much luck. Some people are just prone to Candida albicans infections.

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coffee-scrub-frank-body

Calling all sufferers of skin conditions – the fight ends here!

Frank Body is an exfoliator containing natural ingredients such as coffee, orange/coconut/peppermint (depending on the packet you buy) bamboo, grape seed oil, vitamin E and aloe vera to name a few things.

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female sexual libido

„L“ stands for…

Oh, the L-word. I know you would like to think it’s love, but there is one other, equally important. Libido.

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lack of foreplay vaginal dryness

Lack of Foreplay or Vaginal Dryness?

For the sake of avoiding arguments, many people will try to convince us that orgasm isn’t everything, and that enjoying sex throughout is much more important. Well, then, let’s talk about why many women are not able to actually experience the pleasure of sex?

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vagina myths

Top 5 vagina myths debunked

Losing tampons down there is just one of the many vagina myths that young women are scared of. Read on to find the truth behind 5 most common misconceptions about our reproductive system.

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anti-candida-diet

Anti-candida diet basics

Do you often suffer from vaginal complaints such as itching and white discharge similar to cottage cheese? You probably tried everything – from changing underwear and washing more often, to antifungal creams and probiotics, but with not much luck. Some people are just prone to Candida albicans infections.

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painful intercourse

Painful intercourse or dyspareunia

Pain during intercourse affects women of all ages and it sends a strong message that shouldn’t be ignored, but rather examined to find the cause and solve the problem.

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not-going-mad-just-menopausal

You’re not going mad, it’s just the menopause

Forgetfulness, common for the old age, also happens in menopause. That, and a whole lot of other things that make you suspect you’ve lost your marbles.

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vagina myths

Top 5 vagina myths debunked

Losing tampons down there is just one of the many vagina myths that young women are scared of. Read on to find the truth behind 5 most common misconceptions about our reproductive system.

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moisturise your wrinkles

Moisturise your wrinkles – down there!

Before you start thinking that I’ve lost the plot, let me assure you that moisturising our vaginas is as important, if not more, as keeping our face, hands and legs nurtured and smothered in lotion.

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if vaginas could talk

If your vagina could talk…

…oh, the stories it could tell. No, today we’re not talking about your sexual adventures. This time we’re focusing on all the little things that can make a vagina healthy and balanced.

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vaginal care after delivery

Vaginal care after the delivery

Many women have this (completely wrong) impression that after they deliver the baby, everything goes back to where it was before the pregnancy.

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