What is normal vaginal discharge

Written by Melissa Kang | The Conversation on . Posted in News & Updates

V-juice, vovey-goo, vu-dew… there are many ways to describe the natural fluid that comes out of the vagina. It varies in consistency, texture, smell, taste and volume in the same woman from day to day, week to week, month to month and beyond. 

Doctors don’t talk to their patients about sexual health. Here’s why they should.

Written by Richard Gunderman | The Conversation on . Posted in News & Updates

Think back to the last time you had a checkup with a doctor. He or she might have asked you about how often you exercise, how well you sleep and whether you drink or smoke. But does your doctor ask you about sex?

Asking patients about sexual matters is universally recognised as an important part of collecting a patient’s medical history. But many physicians don’t take sexual histories from their patients.

Pill protects women from cancer

Written by AAP on . Posted in News & Updates

The contraceptive pill has been found to protect women from certain cancers, including ovarian, a study suggests.

Women who have taken the contraceptive pill are protected from some types of cancer for as long as 30 years, according to new research.

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