HPV and Pregnancy
Women who have HPV during pregnancy may worry that the virus can harm their unborn child. But in most cases, the human papillomavirus does not affect the developing baby. Learn more from WebMD.
Gonorrhea tests involve testing a sample of body fluid or urine to determine if gonorrhea bacteria (Neisseria gonorrhoeae) are present and may be the cause of an infection. These tests are used to screen for or confirm a gonorrhea infection.
Intrauterine Device (IUD) for Birth Control
The intrauterine device (IUD) is a long - term birth control method. Unlike IUDs that were used in the 1970s, present - day IUDs are small, safe, and highly effective.1An IUD is a small, T - shaped plastic device that is wrapped in copper or contains hormones. The IUD is inserted into your uterus by your health professional. A plastic string tied to the end of the IUD hangs down through the cervix
Coping With a Genital Herpes Diagnosis
Learning you have genital herpes can unleash a lot of emotions. WebMD helps you learn how to deal with your feelings.
Genital Herpes Resources
WebMD provides genital herpes resources to find support and information.
How to Tell Your Partner You Have Genital Herpes
Don't know how to break the news to your partner that you have genital herpes? WebMD offers suggestions for broaching the conversation.
Genital Herpes Glossary of Terms
WebMD provides a glossary of terms used to explain genital herpes.
Birth Control and the Diaphragm
WebMD explains the diaphragm and how it can protect against pregnancy.
Genital Herpes and Your Doctor Visit
If you think you might have genital herpes and you're visiting the doctor, bring these questions and illustrations from WebMD for guidance.
Frequently Asked Questions After a Genital Herpes Diagnosis
When you're newly diagnosed with genital herpes, you'll have questions. WebMD provides answers to the most common of them.