Myths and Facts About Erectile Dysfunction
Six common myths about erectile dysfunction and the facts to dispel the rumors.
High Blood Pressure and Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Learn about the link between high blood pressure drugs and erectile dysfunction (ED).
Erectile Dysfunction: Testosterone Replacement Therapy
WebMD explains how testosterone replacement therapy can be used to treat erectile dysfunction.
How Does Emergency Contraception Work?
If you need emergency contraception, you have a lot of reliable options, but you must act quickly. Learn more about your emergency contraception choices and how they work.
Emergency Contraception FAQ
Get answers to frequently asked questions about emergency contraception: What’s available? Do I need a prescription? How soon must I use it? Are there side effects or long-term effects?
Preventing HIV and Other STDs With Safe Sex
Get the facts from WebMD about safe sex for the prevention of HIV, AIDS, and other sexually transmitted infections.
Emergency Contraception: What to Expect
What’s it like to use emergency contraception? Whether you choose pills or an IUD, you’re probably wondering about pain, nausea, and side effects. Here’s what you’re likely to feel.
8 Questions for Your Doctor About Emergency Contraception
Which type of emergency contraception will work best for you, and other questions you may have for your doctor or pharmacist.
AIDS, HIV, and Pneumocystis Pneumonia (PCP)
Pneumocystis pneumonia, or PCP, is a serious infection that often affects people with HIV and AIDS. Find out more from the experts at WebMD.
Low-Dose and Ultra-Low-Dose Birth Control Pills
Weighing your birth control options? Find answers to your questions about low-estrogen pills and what happens when you take less estrogen.