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Dr Jireh Serfontein, sexual health practitioner

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Have a satisfying sex life, but keep it safe!

February is the month of love, so it makes sense to focus on reproductive health this month. Reproductive health implies that people are able...
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5 ways how HIV is transmitted 

The 1st of December is World Aids Day and while HIV/AIDS is still the very real threat, great strides have been made in understanding...
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Dads, remember to have your prostate checked!

As November is Prostate Awareness Month, I thought it would be a good time to share some info for the daddies. Firstly, we need...
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Low libido in women

One of the top sexual complaints I hear from women is that of a low libido. Low libido, medically termed as hypoactive sexual desire...
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Copper pearls: The latest in hormone-free contraception

The copper pearls are a birth control method that requires no hormones and is effective for up to 5 years. The copper pearls work along...
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What is the right birth control for you?

Making choices about birth control isn’t easy. There are many factors that come into play: your overall health, how often you have sex, the...
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Why sex may be the last thing on his mind

Low libido can be described as a decrease in or a lack of desire for sexual activity. Both men and women suffer from hypoactive...
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M is for Masturbation

By Dr Jireh Serfontein, sexual health practitioner. May is known as International Masturbation Month. It is an entire month devoted to self-love and self-pleasure. A San...
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Bacterial vaginosis: Something fishy

By Dr Jireh Serfontein, sexual health practitioner. Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is not an infection caught from your partner; it is due to an upset of the...
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