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  1. Diagnosing Erectile Dysfunction

    WebMD explains how erectile dysfunction is diagnosed.

  2. Bacterial Vaginosis - When To Call a Doctor

    Bacterial vaginosis can be difficult to distinguish from other types of vaginal infection.

  3. Bacterial Vaginosis - Symptoms

    About half of women with bacterial vaginosis have no telltale symptoms.

  4. Sexual Conditions Guide - Topic Overview

    What is vaginitis? Vaginitis is infection or inflammation of the vagina. It can cause itching and burning,a change in vaginal discharge,and sometimes pain during sex. What causes vaginitis? Vaginitis may be caused by bacteria,yeast,or other germs. Bath products,douches,and spermicides also can irritate the vagina and cause itching and discomfort. The three most common types of ...

  5. Bacterial Vaginosis - Cause

    Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance of the organisms (flora) that naturally exist in the vagina.

  6. Spinal Cord Injury: Sensual Exercises - Topic Overview

    Sensual exercises may help you enjoy sexual intimacy and find satisfaction after a spinal cord injury (SCI). You may find that your old methods of finding satisfaction still work or that they no longer do. Doing sensual exercises with your partner may help you relax and focus more on the pleasurable touching of lovemaking than on sexual intercourse or orgasm. Because of the lack of movement ...

  7. Bacterial Vaginosis - Topic Overview

    Bacterial vaginosis causes specific symptoms that can be different from two other common types of vaginal infections, vaginal yeast infection and trichomoniasis.

  8. Tests for Bacterial Vaginosis

    Tests for bacterial vaginosis take samples of fluid and cells from the vagina to see if this vaginal infection is present.

  9. Topic Overview

    The levonorgestrel (LNg) intrauterine device (IUD) releases small amounts of levonorgestrel,a form of progesterone,into the uterus each day. This type of IUD reduces cramping and heavy menstrual bleeding. And it is a highly effective method of birth control. It must be replaced every 5 years to ensure that hormone release continues at a level that helps you. How well does it work? Most ...

  10. Progestin for Emergency Contraception

    Drug details for Emergency contraception.

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