Having a baby is extremely traumatic for your body. Though it is taxing on your body, most healthcare providers will clear individuals to return to sexual activity at six weeks postpartum. Your postpartum sexual activity will depend on your specific birthing experience. This includes whether you had a vaginal or belly/cesarean birth as well as […]
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Posted on July 16 2020
Being a mother has always been the ultimate end goal for me and what I wanted in order to live a fulfilling life. It was an emotional blow that becoming pregnant did come come easily for me; but I was fortunate enough to have my first child through IVF. The pregnancy was uneventful until around 7 […]
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Posted on October 22 2019
We hear all the rage about Kegels, but are we really doing them correctly?
While there are a zillion products to strengthen your vagina, there are very few that give you feedback on technique. The Elvie Trainer can change that.
Posted on May 18 2015
MedAmour at AASECT 2015 The AASECT (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists) Annual Conference is fast approaching, this