Category: Reproductive Health

This section covers questions involving fertility (and infertility) as well as other matters that deal with human reproductive health.
31/12/2022

Post Pill And Postinor2 – What’s the Difference?

Post pill and Postinor 2 are both emergency contraceptives (birth control pills). Are there any similarities between the two? Does one work better or faster than the other? This article explains all you need to know about any differences between Post pill and Postinor 2. […]

23/11/2022

Donor Eggs & IVF: Benefits and How to Move Forward Easily

This week’s guest post on donor eggs and IVF explores the process involved and the benefits of using donor eggs in your IVF journey. When is it the right decision and how do you make the best choices for you and your family? Read on… […]

19/10/2022

Can Ovulation Pain Lead To Infertility?

If you have been through ovulation pain, you may have a few questions about it, such as: what causes it, and are there any profound long-term implications (like infertility)? This post will discuss ovulation pain and if and when you should see your doctor about […]

28/09/2022

Postinor 2 – Know Where To Find Effective Emergency Contraception

Postinor 2 is an emergency contraception pill that can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex. The pill contains the hormone progesterone, which is a natural hormone produced by the ovaries. Progesterone is responsible for preparing the womb for pregnancy. When taken as […]

14/09/2022

How Detox Tea Affects Your Birth Control Pill

Could your Slimming or Detox tea be cancelling out your birth control pill? Let’s explore this question – but first, thanks to one of my readers who sent in this question. Birth Control Pills and How They Work Oral birth control pills either contain Oestrogen […]

07/09/2022

Bleeding After Sex During Menopause – WHAT To Know

What do you do if you start bleeding after sex during menopause? How does the postcoital bleeding journey proceed after menopause? Today let’s talk about the causes and some investigations or tests you should have when you start bleeding after sex once you hit menopause. […]