Getting help with sticky problems
Good help can be hard to find online, because a lot of resources are quite formal and medical, while others are just opinions. Here you can find all the medical information plus the educated views of professionals who work with natural medicine.
Aunt Vadge is here to answer any of your questions, and to support you on your quest for information and solutions.
If you are skinny, smoke, eat too much fibre or over-exercise, you could be at risk of your periods stopping due to relative oestrogen deficiency.
There are some key elements to what you put in your mouth and how it affects your oestrogen levels.
Period pain can have a specific cause, but treatment varies depending on what’s going on with you – it’s not always as it seems.
A yeast allergy can manifest in the vagina and vulva causing itching and burning, and being totally missed by your doctor.
Hirsutism is excess hair growth in a male pattern, in women, typically due to excess androgens.
Free bleeding is a term used to describe a lack of impediment of menstrual blood – a pad, tampon or menstrual cup – out of the body and into your clothes (or cool period undies!).
Polish women can now get free emergency contraceptive prescriptions from Women on Waves after a short online consultation.
An abortion ship is providing free medical abortions to women in Mexico up until 23 April 2017. Call 755 980 0548 for help.
Guys, you are spreading the bacteria that cause fishy-smelling vaginas around with bareback sex! Here’s the proof, and what to do about it.
A 14-year-old guy is preparing for sex with his girlfriend for the first time, but is worried that he will hurt her.
Cervical hypoplasia is an anatomical abnormality that results in a malformed cervix.
Uterine hypoplasia is the undeformed or absent uterus, an anatomical abnormality often found in conjunction with MRKH.
Got a vagina or reproductive-related problem? Want a second opinion? We are now offering naturopathic consultations!
Your urine pH may need to be more neutral – not acidic, not alkaline – to protect against UTIs.
Ever wondered why you can’t figure out how to take your probiotics? We discuss and give you our definitive answer.
Got a lump or bump? We have a short list of lumpy bumpy problems and help you figure out what you should do about it.
Little pearly bumps appeared on your vulva, but you can’t figure out what they are? They could be the virus molluscum contagiosum.
A study looks into vitamin C for a treatment for changing the pH of the vagina and restoring healthy microflora in women (including pregnant women).
A 14-year-old wants to know if her hymen still exists and what sex will feel like. We explain.
Can a tongue cause vaginal bleeding?