Emergency contraception is a post-sex method of birth control. That means if you are not already on contraceptives or didn’t use condoms or even if you did and it did not work properly, emergency contraception can help prevent unplanned pregnancy if used immediately after unprotected sex.
If you just discovered that you are pregnant, and you are not ready to be a parent, it is okay to feel stressed, scared, and worried. It is surely going to be an emotional journey, but still, you would need to take a deep breath and figure out your options.
A lot of people have wondered if it is possible to contract the COVID-19 through sex. If you have ever been bothered by this thought, you should know that COVID-19 is not an STI.
The unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic riddling the world had necessitated a lifestyle change in many areas of life, including our relationships. As the season of love draws near, here are ways you can celebrate that special day with your partner.
A vasectomy is a birth control option for men that involves a small surgery. The procedure stops sperm from getting to the semen during ejaculation.
A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection in any part of your urinary system, which includes your kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra.
Post-exposure prophylaxis or PEP is different from PrEP in the way that it is administered. Here is what you need to know about PEP.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) helps to prevent individuals from new HIV infections. Here is all you need to know about PrEP.
Even though only abstinence from sex guarantees 100 percent protection from unplanned pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, Condom use has proven effective (guarantees 98 percent protection) and a more preferred method.
Being gay and living in a country like Nigeria where homophobia has been institutionalized through its Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act (SSMPA) means often looking over your shoulders and living in perpetual fear,
The dearth of information on anal sex and sexual health, in general, have allowed a lot of misconceptions about anal sex to prevail. One of those misconceptions is that anal sex leads to anal warts. This article addresses the misconception.
Anal sex isn’t a conventional type of sexual activity for a lot of people, especially heterosexual couples so it is important to stray safe while practising the sexual activity.