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5 Things You're Too Afraid to Ask Your Doctor

5 Things You're Too Afraid to Ask Your Doctor

We're well into the 21st century and it's still not ok to talk about vaginal health. Far too many women are still terrified to use words like vulva and vagina, let alone ask their doctor about what's going on in their sex lives. And to be honest, it's completely understandable....

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Enter to win a vFit!

Enter to win a vFit!

Enter our Mother’s Day contest today! Visit our Facebook page and nominate your mom and/or a mom(s) you love. You could win a vFit and one of your nominated friends could win a girlfriend's night out including four tickets to the movie, Book Club, a $100 American Express gift card, AND a bottle...

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These Amazing Health Benefits of Sex Will Get You Back in the Sack

These Amazing Health Benefits of Sex Will Get You Back in the Sack

For many women, sex after childbirth or menopause can be a very scary proposition. Not only has your physical body changed, fluctuations in your hormonal levels can also cause a massive shift in the way you think and feel. But there's good news. Sex comes with some seriously cool health...

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The Biggest Myth about Menopause (+ How to Deal with Your Symptoms)

By: Dr. Sarah de la Torre, OB/GYN For most people, menopause is a decidedly unsexy topic. But with approximately 38 million women at or reaching menopause, that hardly seems fair. Why should such a huge proportion of our population have to feel less-than-great about something as natural as menopause? We think...

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Woman in pain

How One Woman Inspired Thousands to Open Up about Endometriosis

Can you imagine being in so much pain that you can't even get out bed?

For over 176 million women worldwide suffering from endometriosis, coping with debilitating pain is simply a way of life.

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Why is it Still Taboo to Talk About Vaginal Health?

Why is it Still Taboo to Talk About Vaginal Health?

Did you know that March is Women's History Month? For centuries women have been quietly driving major breakthroughs in the field of health and medicine. And it hasn't been easy. Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to obtain a medical degree in the US after being voted in by the...

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