Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Kissing first time is something very special and emotional. Keep in mind that many are shy about kissing but it does not mean they don't want to kiss or to be kissed. In most cases the kiss is happening spontaneously following the feeling and body language.
It is better to have your first kiss while the two of you are alone. This will help to avoid any unnecessary nervousness and embarrassing situations. The best kiss is one that uses different types such as starting with a small kiss, working into a French Kiss, maybe sucking on your partner's upper or lower lip...
Discover different types of kisses.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Pap smear

A Pap smear is a test your doctor does to check for signs of cancer of the cervix. The cervix is part of your uterus (womb). During a Pap smear, your doctor takes a sample of cells from your cervix to be tested and examined. To take the sample, your doctor will put a special instrument called a speculum into your vagina. This helps open your vagina so the sample can be taken. Your doctor will gently clean your cervix with a cotton swab and then collect a sample of cells with a small brush, a tiny spatula or a cotton swab. This sample is put on a glass slide and sent to a lab to be checked under a microscope.
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Monday, May 11, 2009


Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (HCG) is pregnancy hormone. Pregnancy tests designed to detect the presence of the pregnancy hormone called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG, the hormone produced by the developing placenta) in urine. The hormone hCG is mostly concentrated in the urine that is discharged upon waking up in the morning. This is the best time to use the test.
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Tuesday, May 5, 2009


How many time we are facing stress! Love, danger, fear, abuse, exams, conflicts, work, personal relations, misunderstandings, fight, sadness, diseases, death, etc. Eating disorders, dieting, drug use, and reliance on stimulants like caffeine and alcohol are also interpreted by the body as kinds of stress. Poor nutrition seems to physically change the proteins in the brain so they can no longer send the proper signals for normal ovulation. When we are under stress, our adrenal glands are designed to produce the hormone called stress hormones (cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline) which have direct impact on the sex hormones (mainly estrogens and progesterone). Sex hormones are responsible for normal regular menstrual cycles.
Read and discover stress management tools.