Breast cancer is the most common tumor pathology. Thanks to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we remember to have a check-up every October, but this is not enough. How to do a proper breast self-examination at home? You just need your eyes and hands. Read the article and set your monthly reminder!
Looking at how your pee comes out can tell you a lot about your pelvic floor. Looking at your vulva is a healthy habit and sometimes this can help you spot incoming issues. Let's see what we can learn from how your pee comes out!
Vaginal tightness has always been considered a great quality for better sex, a sign of purity and the main characteristic of a "good" girl. Nothing more wrong. Let's debunk the main myths around vaginal tightness, that are the heritage of a cis-het patriarchal view.
We usually associate a speculum with discomfort or pain. For some women it can spark awful memories and for others simply awkward laughter. Actually, the speculum is a tool that has never been modernised. But is the speculum the problem or do we have to totally reshape the doctor/patient relationship?