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.
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?
This vaginal probiotic contains the strain Lactobacillus crispatus, which can be difficult to find in regular women’s probiotics.
What is your gynaecologist really looking for when they look at your cervix?
We take a closer look at latex allergy.
Viral shedding is where a virus makes virus babies that are popped out of cells, setting out to find their own cells to replicate in, and pop out their own viral babies.
Warning for anyone having protected sex in Chile!
Once upon a time, I thought I could solve a genital mismatch with vaginal tightening gel.
Got itching and burning that just won’t go away? Learn about group B Strep – the bug doctors probably won’t test you for.
A young woman has what appears to be a post-antibiotics yeast infection. Here’s how to fix it.
Making your junk sparkle.
Stop letting your vulva be a mystery to you! Here’s how to investigate.
Easy, cheap, at-home treatments for minor vaginal yeast infections.
If you are confused about consent, we explain.
This is the complete guide to catching an STD on purpose.
Ever wondered just how important your underwear is to your vaginal condition? We explain.
A guide for parents on how to kindly and lovingly support a child going through the perfectly normal step of questioning their sexuality.