Implant contraceptive: What it is, how it works, and whether it’s right for you The implant contraceptive is relatively new to South Africa, and for that reason there’s a lot of mystery and uncertainty surrounding it. Here, we explain what it is, how it works and where to get it.
If you’re a woman living or working in Soweto, and have decided to have an abortion, it’s very important that you choose a legal abortion provider. Illegal clinics are easily found throughout the area, but they must be avoided at all costs, because they can put your health and even your life in danger.
The lowdown on IUDs: Loop Contraceptives If you’re considering long-term contraception, the intrauterine device (IUD, also known as ‘loop contraceptives’) is a good option for many women. Here are our most frequently asked questions about the IUD to help you decide whether it’s right for you.
If you’re looking to make a New Year’s resolution you’ll actually keep, how about this one: resolve to have the best sex of your life in 2015! These five sexy resolutions will give you a steamier love life and keep you safe from nasty STIs in 2015 and beyond.
Celebrating sexual and reproductive health rights in SA South Africa is one of the few societies that legally protect its citizen’s sexual and reproductive health rights. What this means is that all South Africans are free to express and exercise their sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR), and that the choices they make are…
One of the biggest myths surrounding pregnancy is that you can’t fall pregnant while you’re breastfeeding. This is definitely not true, so if you’re not ready for another baby, you need to protect yourself against surprises!
5 ways masturbation improves your health & sex life While figures vary, surveys report that upwards of 80% of people masturbate, with some surveys putting the number as high as 92%! That means that ‘everybody does it’ – it’s absolutely normal.
Top 5 sexual health tips for men There’s nothing sexier than a confident man, and confidence comes from knowing you’re free from infections and practicing responsible sexual behaviour.
What is HPV and how can a vaccine protect me? HPV, the human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted infection that causes most cases of cervical cancer in women.
Being unsure about STIs is nothing to be embarrassed about – loads of other people have the same questions you do. Ignorance is not bliss friends. It’s this fear of getting the lowdown that gets a person in trouble in the first place! Here, we’ve put together the 8 most frequently asked questions (and answers)…