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WE-Change Stands With Stella

Latoya Nugent, Executive Director of WE-Change and Co-Founder of the Tambourine Army, was arrested by members of the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.They have since charged her with “use of a computer for malicious communication” under the Cybercrimes Act. This charge comes as a result of her boldness in challenging the status quo by naming persons identified by their victims as sexual predators. She has been at the forefront of the charge to strengthen the societal response to sexual violence…

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Must-Know Facts About the Most Common Cause of Stinky Vagina

It’s called Bacterial Vaginosis, and it’s a bitch. If it has ever felt itchy and smelled fishy down there, it’s time you get to know the basics about bacterial vaginosis (BV) — a common vaginal issue we sometimes mistake for a yeast infection. But BV isn’t yeast — it’s got different symptoms and treatments, too. So here’s what you need to know next time you sense something stinky. 1. A Fishy Odor Marks the Spot The telltale signs of BV are vaginal itching or irritation and a grayish watery discharge…

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The Best Workout To Do At Each Stage Of Your Menstrual Cycle

A full 75 percent of women regularly opt out of exercise when on the rag. Get back in action by coercing your fluctuating hormones to help, not hinder, your workouts. Just follow these week-by-week recommendations from Anate Aelion Brauer, M.D., assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU School of Medicine and Stacy Sims, Ph.D, exercise physiologist at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. WEEK 1 Estrogen and progesterone are at rock bottom, prompting bleeding—and the cramps that come with it. But: That same dearth of hormones increases your…

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Why Condoms Are Good for Your Vagina (and Not Just Because of STDs)

If you’re a sexually active human, you should know that STD rates are higher than ever, and certain infections (like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis) are reaching superbug proportions. This isn’t to scare you away from having sex, but when it comes to getting intimate, you need to be smart. Translation: Use a freaking condom. But, surprise! There’s another great reason to wrap it before you tap it. Condoms aren’t just great for protecting against STIs; they might actually be healthy for your vagina too. Vaginal and vulvar health is all…

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What You Need to Know About Uterine Fibroids

There’s no single best approach to uterine fibroid treatment — many treatment options exist. If you have symptoms, talk with your doctor about options for symptom relief. Watchful waiting Many women with uterine fibroids experience no signs or symptoms, or only mildly annoying signs and symptoms that they can live with. If that’s the case for you, watchful waiting could be the best option. Fibroids aren’t cancerous. They rarely interfere with pregnancy. They usually grow slowly — or not at all — and tend to shrink after menopause, when levels…

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7 Things Your Ob-Gyn Won’t Tell You…But Really Wants To

There are some things that are a given when it comes to your regular ob-gyn appointments: you’ll probably get pee shy, the stirrups will be uncomfortable, and you’ll obsess about what exactly is going through your doctor’s head when she’s poking around down there. To quell your anxiety, we asked five ob-gyns to tell us what they really want us to know about our regular visits. What they revealed made us realize a few things: They don’t give AF about what you do with your body hair, there’s very little…

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Are Your Periods Really Heavy? You Could Have One of These Issues and Not Even Know It

It’s tough to define “normal” when it comes to the amount of bleeding you experience during your period. That’s because there’s a lot of person-to-person variation in terms of volume. And talking about specific quantities—like the number of milliliters the average woman loses—won’t really help you figure out if your bleeding is heavy, says Judi Chervenak, M.D., an ob-gyn at New York City’s Montefiore Medical Center. “Menstrual periods are considered heavy when they last longer than eight days, or involve bleeding through more than two pads in an hour for…

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