Erectile Dysfunction and Lifestyle Changes
WebMD looks at changes you can make in your lifestyle which will help improve erectile dysfunction (ED).
Myths and Facts About Erectile Dysfunction
Six common myths about erectile dysfunction and the facts to dispel the rumors.
How to Talk to Your Doctor About ED
Hesitant to discuss ED with your doctor? How to have an open conversation with your doctor about ED.
Erectile Dysfunction: Testosterone Replacement Therapy
WebMD explains how testosterone replacement therapy can be used to treat erectile dysfunction.
How Common Is Genital Herpes?
How common is genital herpes? Get the statistics from WebMD.
Deciding What's Right for You
Birth control—without it, pregnancy can happen. That's why you need birth control you can count on. There are lots of good options for birth control. Your best choices are those that you find easy to use—so you never go without it. And of course, no matter what kind of birth control you use, you always need a plan for protecting yourself against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Birth Control - When to Call a Doctor
Different birth control methods have different side effects and possible complications. It is important to understand the risks of the birth control method you use. Talk to your health professional if you have concerns about side effects.Call your health professional if you have symptoms of pregnancy, such as having missed one or more periods or having your period but with a lot less bleeding ...
Progestin for Emergency Contraception
Drug details for Emergency contraception.
Birth Control - Birth Control Methods
There are many methods of birth control. Learn about the different kinds of birth control to help you choose the best one for you. When making your choice, also consider that only a condom will protect you from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). To protect yourself and your partner against STDs, use a condom (along with your chosen birth control method) every time you have sex.Hormonal ...
Birth Control - Emergency Contraception
You can use emergency contraception if a condom breaks, you've forgotten a pill, you are taking other medications that may affect contraception medications, or you have had unprotected sex. Emergency contraception does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.There are two kinds of emergency contraception:Hormonal emergency contraception. Even though it is called the "morning - after ...