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Vaginal Health


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Urinary tract infections 101: no such thing as TMI when it comes to UTIs

My first week working at LOLA, I had a urinary tract infection (UTI).
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How do IUDs actually work?

IUDs are one of the most popular forms of contraception available today.
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Discharge 101: your guide to analyzing your dirty underwear (yes, everyone does it)

On Amy Schumer’s HBO special, the comedian announced one of her New Year’s resolutions was to, “just once take off a pair of underwear and make it not look like I blew my nose in it.”
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What you need to know about your vaginal pH

At some point or another, we’ve all experienced it: your vagina just feels a bit off.
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The best underwear for your vagina

When you shop for underwear, what’s the first thing you consider?
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The history of pap smears

Did you know that Pap smears are Greek?
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Hacking your vaginal health: why is my vagina itchy?

Of all the symptoms pointing to a disruption in your vaginal health, itching is probably the most common annoyance, and annoyance is putting it pretty mildly.
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Can birth control cause vaginal dryness?

When Alice*, 31, first went on the birth control pill YAZ, she noticed an immediate change in her body.
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Can your vagina be loose from too much sex?

Of all the annoying myths about women’s sexuality that have come and gone over the years — women just don’t like sex as much as men do; women are more suited for monogamy than men are; women don’t masturbate or watch porn — one of the most stubbornly persistent has been the myth that your vagina can become loose from too much sex (or conversely, tight from a lack thereof).
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