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Pregnancy can change a lot in the relationship - especially if you and your partner don’t seem to agree on parenthood. Here's what you should consider if your partner is not ready for a baby.
A lot of information that's easily available about pregnancy can leave you confused. You may also hear a lot of pregnancy myths which are not true, and I will tell you about 5 in this article.
PMS symptoms are similar to early pregnancy symptoms and it’s not always easy to differentiate them. Here’s the difference between the two.
Taking drugs for sexual enhancement is known as “high sex” or “chemsex” and it increases your risk of HIV. Here’s more about it.
If one of your friends is pregnant Choma, these are a few little ways that you can help them. These things are easy for you to do, but they may mean the world to them.
Finding out that you’re pregnant may come as a shock, especially when you’re young. Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t keep your pregnancy a secret.
It's not easy for couples to tell that they’ve just got in a “condom accident” until after the deed. Don't panic though because here are ways to handle a few common condom mishaps:
Pre-ejaculation, also known as pre-cum, is often confused with sperm. To help you get a bit of an understanding about what pre-cum is, and what is isn’t, here are a few facts about it:
Because there are a lot of myths regarding the concept of consent remember that each and every sexual engagement you take part in requires respect and consent.
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