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Good vagina information and treatment options can be hard to come by, which is why we’ve created the world’s biggest and best vaginal resource.

We are qualified naturopaths who love science and nature and humans, and we believe you deserve to know what’s really going on with your body.

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How to cook quinoa

Quinoa is one of the best whole grains to include in a low-Gi, PCOS-friendly diet because it has one of the highest protein contents, whilst being relatively low in carbohydrate. Quinoa is technically a seed not a grain, however, it is commonly called a grain because...

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Why don’t I just take the pill to fix my hormones?

The combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP), also known as “the pill”, is often touted as the answer to fixing hormonal imbalance. It is one of the main treatments for PCOS for those not wishing to get pregnant. But how much do you really know about the COCP? Only you...

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Condyloma lata

Condyloma means wart (or in Greek, 'knob'), but it is specific to the genitals. Condyloma lata are specific to the secondary form of syphilis, and are located on the moist folds of the genitals and anus. The warts are highly infectious, and are red, mushroom-like...

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PCOS and acne: how to clear your skin

Acne is one of the most stressful skin conditions anyone can have at any age. PCOS can cause acne to persist well beyond our teenage years, which can lead to low self confidence, depression, anxiety and social inhibition. Many will feel embarrassed, judged and even...

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BV treatment – clinical trial at UCSF – join the trial

The University of San Francisco, California, is running a clinical trial for Lactin-V, a possible new treatment for bacterial vaginosis that includes MetroGel and Lactobacillus crispatus. This product is designed to improve the three-month cure mark. The study is...

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What is a cockscomb cervix?

A cockscomb cervix is a condition whereby the cervix is shaped like a rooster's comb. It's a common occurrence in daughters born to pregnant women who were given diethylstilbestrol (DES) in the 70s. What a cockscomb cervix looks like There are large folds or ridges of...

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Mycoplasma infections

Mycoplasma refers to a few species of bacteria that can reside in and infect the female genital tract, with several species resistant to antibiotics.

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