Jul 20 2014

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Menstruation (15)

The good news is that you are not the first women ever with this problem, and you will not be the last. You are very likely not even the only girl there that are menstruating that day. Have you spoken to your team mates? What are they doing when they menstruate? Especially the senior girls […]


Cotton pads – Normal pads bought in a store- Disposable Cotton panty liners – Normal panty liners bought from a store – Disposable Cloth pads – Made by hand or bought – Reusable Cloth panty liners – Made by hand or bought – Reusable Tampons (applicator) – Normal tampons bought in store – Disposable Tampons […]


Wonen get a weird and wonderful bunch of signs when our periods are close: * Cramps * Headaches * Nausea * Sore breasts * Lower back pain * Restlessness * Insomnia * Cravings for food (chocolate) * Appetite (eat a lot and non stop) * Irratability (get angry quickly) * Anger (Unexplained and unprovokd anger) […]


* An normal cyle lasts between 21 and 35 days. The average is slightly longer than 28 days * Normal menstruation lasts between 2 and 7 days * Ovulation is on average between 14 days before menstruation starts (95% of fertile wome ovulate between 12 and 16 days before her next cycle) * On average […]


There are a multitude of reasons why your period can get delayed. * Pregnancy * Medicines ad Birth Control hormones * You had an anovulatory cycle (you did not ovulate) * You have ovarian cysts * You are underweight * You followed a streneous exercise program * Stress and worry * You used emergency contraceptives […]


Cramps are the way your uterus breaks up the lining, dissolve it and secrete it as menstrual flow. Some women have a tougher time than other with this. Even women with no cramps at all can cramp badly every once in a while. The first treatment is often going on birth control pills. This will […]


Your body is not a machine that does the same thing over and over and over. Things like your health, medicines, emotional state, stress and worry can affect your cycles greatly. Other things that can interrupt your cycles are pregnancy, very low levels of body fat (like in top athletes), menopause and ovarian cysts (PCOS). […]


While you develop in a sexually mature women, all the different hormones, cycles and changes must work together to form your fertility cycle. It can take quite a while for all this to happen. It will normally not happen until at least an year after your breasts started developing.And then, one of the main triggers […]


The first thing worth knowing is that tampons or pads are not a religion, or a cult, or political belief. You should not try to convince other women, or have other women trying to convert you from one to the other. It is also not a matter of life or death. It is actually a […]


It is not really possible to make your period come earlier. Menstruation is the result of a biological process that starts with your previous period, and are especially based on your ovulation day. So speeding up menstruation means speeding up the whole hormonal cycle. Something that is not really possible without ovulation inducing drugs. The […]


A three phase pill (triphasic) have 4 different types of pills (3 active pill types and the 4th inactive week pills), each with its own unique hormonal makeup. Every week is normally a different colored pill. These pills are tailored to each phase of a woman’s cycle, and it minimizes the hormone dosages. The pill […]


The question normally starts with: I am going to see my boyfriend/husband, or I am going to a beach party/swimming/party/sleepover/camping/bus trip/the prom/a wedding/athletic meeting/dance competition, how do I delay my period. There are various old wives tales on how to delay your period. The only reliable way is with birth control pills. Birth control pills […]


When you have your period, it is your uterus wall that is shedding. The uterus wall is filled with blood and it breaks up to produce the bloody flow you see every cycle. The cramps you experience is the uterus wall contracting to break loose the lining and dissolve it. The uterus wall also have […]


There is nothing wrong with having sex during your period. It is healthy and natural, and it can cheer you up and make your period symptoms less. A woman is normally not fertile the week before her period, or during her period. The only exception is if you have very short cycles (21 days or […]


In order to get pregnant, you need a lot of healthy sperm and a live egg at the same time. A live egg is only present in the 24 hours after ovulation, and often not even for the full 24 hours. Sperm will live in your fallopian tubes, waiting for your egg for 3 to […]


Birth Control (3)

There are various non-hormonal birth control methods, each with its own risks and rewards. * IUD (non-hormonal for example Copper-T) * Natural Family Planning (NFP) * Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) * Condoms * Coitus interruptus (Pull-out) * Breast feeding and Period Sex * Abstinance * Hormones reconsidered * IUD – An IUD has to be […]


There are absolutely no indication that Plan B worked or failed. Not even the withdrawal bleeding (or failure to get) have any meaning. It is however very likely that it worked. You need to take a pregnancy test 21 days after you got in contact with sperm, and then repeat it 7 days later to […]


Emergency contraceptives (like Plan B, Ella, Next Choice, i pill, My Way, Unwanted 72, Take Action, E Pills, ECee2, Pill 72, Postinor-2, Preventol, Agesta, Gynepriston, Milfepristone 72, Negele, Escapella, Escinor 1.5, Escinor 0.75, Postinor, NorLevo 0.75) work by shocking your fertility cycle to a standstill. Its only aim is to prevent you from releasing an […]


Growing Up (25)

The good news is that you are not the first women ever with this problem, and you will not be the last. You are very likely not even the only girl there that are menstruating that day. Have you spoken to your team mates? What are they doing when they menstruate? Especially the senior girls […]


Cotton pads – Normal pads bought in a store- Disposable Cotton panty liners – Normal panty liners bought from a store – Disposable Cloth pads – Made by hand or bought – Reusable Cloth panty liners – Made by hand or bought – Reusable Tampons (applicator) – Normal tampons bought in store – Disposable Tampons […]


Wonen get a weird and wonderful bunch of signs when our periods are close: * Cramps * Headaches * Nausea * Sore breasts * Lower back pain * Restlessness * Insomnia * Cravings for food (chocolate) * Appetite (eat a lot and non stop) * Irratability (get angry quickly) * Anger (Unexplained and unprovokd anger) […]


* An normal cyle lasts between 21 and 35 days. The average is slightly longer than 28 days * Normal menstruation lasts between 2 and 7 days * Ovulation is on average between 14 days before menstruation starts (95% of fertile wome ovulate between 12 and 16 days before her next cycle) * On average […]


There are a multitude of reasons why your period can get delayed. * Pregnancy * Medicines ad Birth Control hormones * You had an anovulatory cycle (you did not ovulate) * You have ovarian cysts * You are underweight * You followed a streneous exercise program * Stress and worry * You used emergency contraceptives […]


Cramps are the way your uterus breaks up the lining, dissolve it and secrete it as menstrual flow. Some women have a tougher time than other with this. Even women with no cramps at all can cramp badly every once in a while. The first treatment is often going on birth control pills. This will […]


Your hymen is very likely not what you think it is. Even doctors that are not specially trained for it may not recognize your hymen. Your hymen seperated your insides from your outsides when you were developing in your mother’s womb. It is right in the entrance to your vagina (between your inner lips, where […]


Being a virgin has two meanings: * Medical -> Never having had a penis inside your vagina * Religious -> Being sexually pure The hymen has no role to play in virginity. Most women tear their hymen when they lose their virginity, but it is not always true. A woman can tear her hymen without […]


A woman’s genitals are as unique as her personality. Look around you. How many women do you see that look exactly the same? Very likely not a single one. Our genitals are exactly the same. Most women, (if not all) are uneven and asymetrical (different left and right sides). Her inner lips can be totally […]


Your body is not a machine that does the same thing over and over and over. Things like your health, medicines, emotional state, stress and worry can affect your cycles greatly. Other things that can interrupt your cycles are pregnancy, very low levels of body fat (like in top athletes), menopause and ovarian cysts (PCOS). […]


While you develop in a sexually mature women, all the different hormones, cycles and changes must work together to form your fertility cycle. It can take quite a while for all this to happen. It will normally not happen until at least an year after your breasts started developing.And then, one of the main triggers […]


Now that you know what an orgasm is, and how your body gets there. How do you make the stress and tension build up? You have a very special organ in your body called the clitoris. The part of your clitoris that you can feel and see is only the tip of a massive organ […]


If you want to understand your orgasm, you have to understand how you get to an orgasm, and what an orgasm is. Building up to an orgasm is the collection and storage of tension, stress and energy in your pelvic muscles and orgasms. In this process, electric signals from the nerves in that area are […]


If you have not done so yet, take a mirror and look at yourself. Search the internet for “Female Anatomy”, then identify each one of your parts. Look at it, feel how it feels between your fingers. Feel how it makes you feel when you touch it. You do not have to be afraid that […]


The first thing worth knowing is that tampons or pads are not a religion, or a cult, or political belief. You should not try to convince other women, or have other women trying to convert you from one to the other. It is also not a matter of life or death. It is actually a […]


It is not really possible to make your period come earlier. Menstruation is the result of a biological process that starts with your previous period, and are especially based on your ovulation day. So speeding up menstruation means speeding up the whole hormonal cycle. Something that is not really possible without ovulation inducing drugs. The […]


A three phase pill (triphasic) have 4 different types of pills (3 active pill types and the 4th inactive week pills), each with its own unique hormonal makeup. Every week is normally a different colored pill. These pills are tailored to each phase of a woman’s cycle, and it minimizes the hormone dosages. The pill […]


The question normally starts with: I am going to see my boyfriend/husband, or I am going to a beach party/swimming/party/sleepover/camping/bus trip/the prom/a wedding/athletic meeting/dance competition, how do I delay my period. There are various old wives tales on how to delay your period. The only reliable way is with birth control pills. Birth control pills […]


When you have your period, it is your uterus wall that is shedding. The uterus wall is filled with blood and it breaks up to produce the bloody flow you see every cycle. The cramps you experience is the uterus wall contracting to break loose the lining and dissolve it. The uterus wall also have […]


As a general rule, sex should not be painful. Sex is a pleasurable thing, or at the very worse, does not feel like much. There is a difference between having temporary pain and discomfort, and having long term issues. it is for example expected to have some pain and discomfort for a few times when […]


Orgasm is the release of incredible stress, energy and tension in your body. This stress and tension build up during sexual stimulation, mostly of your clitoris. Your body absorbs energy. When you reach orgasm, this stress, tension and energy is released in a wonderful series of pleasure, heat and contractions radiating out throughout your body […]


When you go through puberty, your hormone levels begin to fluctuate. Together with the fact that you start to notice attractive boys, and that you cannot just engage in sex when you feel horny can just increase this feeling of being desperately horny. Your body also prodce hormones during the fertile phases of your cycle […]


Urinating in Women and men work differently. Unlike the male, the female bladder does not shut off from letting out urine during sex. Not everything coming out of your pee hole is urine. Scientists found that most women will have a clear fluid form in their bladders during sexual stimulation and arousal. This fluid is […]


Most of how you look is predetermined by your genes. Those are formed the moment you are conceived and your mother and father’s DNA combined to form your new DNA. This DNA is the blueprint for everything on you. Your size, shape, color. What is not determined by your genes are how you take care […]


Your vagina cleans itself. There is absolutely no need to douche or wash inside your vagina. Not after sex and not during or after menstruation. Washing here can have just the opposite effects and cause problems. You should regularly wash your outer lips and hair with an unscented double fatted soap like Dove. If you […]


Body (28)

The good news is that you are not the first women ever with this problem, and you will not be the last. You are very likely not even the only girl there that are menstruating that day. Have you spoken to your team mates? What are they doing when they menstruate? Especially the senior girls […]


Wonen get a weird and wonderful bunch of signs when our periods are close: * Cramps * Headaches * Nausea * Sore breasts * Lower back pain * Restlessness * Insomnia * Cravings for food (chocolate) * Appetite (eat a lot and non stop) * Irratability (get angry quickly) * Anger (Unexplained and unprovokd anger) […]


* An normal cyle lasts between 21 and 35 days. The average is slightly longer than 28 days * Normal menstruation lasts between 2 and 7 days * Ovulation is on average between 14 days before menstruation starts (95% of fertile wome ovulate between 12 and 16 days before her next cycle) * On average […]


There are a multitude of reasons why your period can get delayed. * Pregnancy * Medicines ad Birth Control hormones * You had an anovulatory cycle (you did not ovulate) * You have ovarian cysts * You are underweight * You followed a streneous exercise program * Stress and worry * You used emergency contraceptives […]


Cramps are the way your uterus breaks up the lining, dissolve it and secrete it as menstrual flow. Some women have a tougher time than other with this. Even women with no cramps at all can cramp badly every once in a while. The first treatment is often going on birth control pills. This will […]


Being a virgin has two meanings: * Medical -> Never having had a penis inside your vagina * Religious -> Being sexually pure The hymen has no role to play in virginity. Most women tear their hymen when they lose their virginity, but it is not always true. A woman can tear her hymen without […]


A woman’s genitals are as unique as her personality. Look around you. How many women do you see that look exactly the same? Very likely not a single one. Our genitals are exactly the same. Most women, (if not all) are uneven and asymetrical (different left and right sides). Her inner lips can be totally […]


Your body is not a machine that does the same thing over and over and over. Things like your health, medicines, emotional state, stress and worry can affect your cycles greatly. Other things that can interrupt your cycles are pregnancy, very low levels of body fat (like in top athletes), menopause and ovarian cysts (PCOS). […]


While you develop in a sexually mature women, all the different hormones, cycles and changes must work together to form your fertility cycle. It can take quite a while for all this to happen. It will normally not happen until at least an year after your breasts started developing.And then, one of the main triggers […]


Now that you know what an orgasm is, and how your body gets there. How do you make the stress and tension build up? You have a very special organ in your body called the clitoris. The part of your clitoris that you can feel and see is only the tip of a massive organ […]


If you want to understand your orgasm, you have to understand how you get to an orgasm, and what an orgasm is. Building up to an orgasm is the collection and storage of tension, stress and energy in your pelvic muscles and orgasms. In this process, electric signals from the nerves in that area are […]


If you have not done so yet, take a mirror and look at yourself. Search the internet for “Female Anatomy”, then identify each one of your parts. Look at it, feel how it feels between your fingers. Feel how it makes you feel when you touch it. You do not have to be afraid that […]


The first thing worth knowing is that tampons or pads are not a religion, or a cult, or political belief. You should not try to convince other women, or have other women trying to convert you from one to the other. It is also not a matter of life or death. It is actually a […]


It is not really possible to make your period come earlier. Menstruation is the result of a biological process that starts with your previous period, and are especially based on your ovulation day. So speeding up menstruation means speeding up the whole hormonal cycle. Something that is not really possible without ovulation inducing drugs. The […]


A three phase pill (triphasic) have 4 different types of pills (3 active pill types and the 4th inactive week pills), each with its own unique hormonal makeup. Every week is normally a different colored pill. These pills are tailored to each phase of a woman’s cycle, and it minimizes the hormone dosages. The pill […]


The question normally starts with: I am going to see my boyfriend/husband, or I am going to a beach party/swimming/party/sleepover/camping/bus trip/the prom/a wedding/athletic meeting/dance competition, how do I delay my period. There are various old wives tales on how to delay your period. The only reliable way is with birth control pills. Birth control pills […]


When you have your period, it is your uterus wall that is shedding. The uterus wall is filled with blood and it breaks up to produce the bloody flow you see every cycle. The cramps you experience is the uterus wall contracting to break loose the lining and dissolve it. The uterus wall also have […]


As a general rule, sex should not be painful. Sex is a pleasurable thing, or at the very worse, does not feel like much. There is a difference between having temporary pain and discomfort, and having long term issues. it is for example expected to have some pain and discomfort for a few times when […]


There is nothing wrong with having sex during your period. It is healthy and natural, and it can cheer you up and make your period symptoms less. A woman is normally not fertile the week before her period, or during her period. The only exception is if you have very short cycles (21 days or […]


In order to get pregnant, you need a lot of healthy sperm and a live egg at the same time. A live egg is only present in the 24 hours after ovulation, and often not even for the full 24 hours. Sperm will live in your fallopian tubes, waiting for your egg for 3 to […]


Orgasm is the release of incredible stress, energy and tension in your body. This stress and tension build up during sexual stimulation, mostly of your clitoris. Your body absorbs energy. When you reach orgasm, this stress, tension and energy is released in a wonderful series of pleasure, heat and contractions radiating out throughout your body […]


When you go through puberty, your hormone levels begin to fluctuate. Together with the fact that you start to notice attractive boys, and that you cannot just engage in sex when you feel horny can just increase this feeling of being desperately horny. Your body also prodce hormones during the fertile phases of your cycle […]


Urinating in Women and men work differently. Unlike the male, the female bladder does not shut off from letting out urine during sex. Not everything coming out of your pee hole is urine. Scientists found that most women will have a clear fluid form in their bladders during sexual stimulation and arousal. This fluid is […]


Most of how you look is predetermined by your genes. Those are formed the moment you are conceived and your mother and father’s DNA combined to form your new DNA. This DNA is the blueprint for everything on you. Your size, shape, color. What is not determined by your genes are how you take care […]


Is it possible that your period started during sex. Sexual activity can make your uterus move around, and your uterus walls can even contract during an orgasm. This orgasmic contractions are the same action as menstrual cramps. If you are within a day or two of your period starting or ending, these contractions can start […]


When you are having sex, you are stretching and poking very delicate tissues that normally does not get stretched and poked. This will cause small micro tears in the vaginal tissue, even when you are experienced. These small tears can bleed. If there are left over blood in your uterus, sexual activity can make it […]


If you cannot orgasm when you masturbate, you have to learn how to masturbate to orgasm first. It is a very important part of your sexual education. Your partner is not responsible for your orgasm. Only you can have an orgasm, and you are responsible for getting it. Your partner is however responsible to help […]


Your vagina cleans itself. There is absolutely no need to douche or wash inside your vagina. Not after sex and not during or after menstruation. Washing here can have just the opposite effects and cause problems. You should regularly wash your outer lips and hair with an unscented double fatted soap like Dove. If you […]


Sex (12)

Your hymen is very likely not what you think it is. Even doctors that are not specially trained for it may not recognize your hymen. Your hymen seperated your insides from your outsides when you were developing in your mother’s womb. It is right in the entrance to your vagina (between your inner lips, where […]


Being a virgin has two meanings: * Medical -> Never having had a penis inside your vagina * Religious -> Being sexually pure The hymen has no role to play in virginity. Most women tear their hymen when they lose their virginity, but it is not always true. A woman can tear her hymen without […]


Now that you know what an orgasm is, and how your body gets there. How do you make the stress and tension build up? You have a very special organ in your body called the clitoris. The part of your clitoris that you can feel and see is only the tip of a massive organ […]


If you want to understand your orgasm, you have to understand how you get to an orgasm, and what an orgasm is. Building up to an orgasm is the collection and storage of tension, stress and energy in your pelvic muscles and orgasms. In this process, electric signals from the nerves in that area are […]


If you have not done so yet, take a mirror and look at yourself. Search the internet for “Female Anatomy”, then identify each one of your parts. Look at it, feel how it feels between your fingers. Feel how it makes you feel when you touch it. You do not have to be afraid that […]


As a general rule, sex should not be painful. Sex is a pleasurable thing, or at the very worse, does not feel like much. There is a difference between having temporary pain and discomfort, and having long term issues. it is for example expected to have some pain and discomfort for a few times when […]


Orgasm is the release of incredible stress, energy and tension in your body. This stress and tension build up during sexual stimulation, mostly of your clitoris. Your body absorbs energy. When you reach orgasm, this stress, tension and energy is released in a wonderful series of pleasure, heat and contractions radiating out throughout your body […]


When you go through puberty, your hormone levels begin to fluctuate. Together with the fact that you start to notice attractive boys, and that you cannot just engage in sex when you feel horny can just increase this feeling of being desperately horny. Your body also prodce hormones during the fertile phases of your cycle […]


Urinating in Women and men work differently. Unlike the male, the female bladder does not shut off from letting out urine during sex. Not everything coming out of your pee hole is urine. Scientists found that most women will have a clear fluid form in their bladders during sexual stimulation and arousal. This fluid is […]


Is it possible that your period started during sex. Sexual activity can make your uterus move around, and your uterus walls can even contract during an orgasm. This orgasmic contractions are the same action as menstrual cramps. If you are within a day or two of your period starting or ending, these contractions can start […]


When you are having sex, you are stretching and poking very delicate tissues that normally does not get stretched and poked. This will cause small micro tears in the vaginal tissue, even when you are experienced. These small tears can bleed. If there are left over blood in your uterus, sexual activity can make it […]


If you cannot orgasm when you masturbate, you have to learn how to masturbate to orgasm first. It is a very important part of your sexual education. Your partner is not responsible for your orgasm. Only you can have an orgasm, and you are responsible for getting it. Your partner is however responsible to help […]


Pregnancy (6)

This is a question that is asked more often than you might expect. Research is showing that between 3% and 5% of children are unknowingly raised by men that are not their biological fathers. How does this happen? * It is very often when a woman changes partners. Sex are often used as a tool […]


There are various non-hormonal birth control methods, each with its own risks and rewards. * IUD (non-hormonal for example Copper-T) * Natural Family Planning (NFP) * Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) * Condoms * Coitus interruptus (Pull-out) * Breast feeding and Period Sex * Abstinance * Hormones reconsidered * IUD – An IUD has to be […]


There are absolutely no indication that Plan B worked or failed. Not even the withdrawal bleeding (or failure to get) have any meaning. It is however very likely that it worked. You need to take a pregnancy test 21 days after you got in contact with sperm, and then repeat it 7 days later to […]


Emergency contraceptives (like Plan B, Ella, Next Choice, i pill, My Way, Unwanted 72, Take Action, E Pills, ECee2, Pill 72, Postinor-2, Preventol, Agesta, Gynepriston, Milfepristone 72, Negele, Escapella, Escinor 1.5, Escinor 0.75, Postinor, NorLevo 0.75) work by shocking your fertility cycle to a standstill. Its only aim is to prevent you from releasing an […]


There is nothing wrong with having sex during your period. It is healthy and natural, and it can cheer you up and make your period symptoms less. A woman is normally not fertile the week before her period, or during her period. The only exception is if you have very short cycles (21 days or […]


In order to get pregnant, you need a lot of healthy sperm and a live egg at the same time. A live egg is only present in the 24 hours after ovulation, and often not even for the full 24 hours. Sperm will live in your fallopian tubes, waiting for your egg for 3 to […]


Fertility (8)

This is a question that is asked more often than you might expect. Research is showing that between 3% and 5% of children are unknowingly raised by men that are not their biological fathers. How does this happen? * It is very often when a woman changes partners. Sex are often used as a tool […]


There are various non-hormonal birth control methods, each with its own risks and rewards. * IUD (non-hormonal for example Copper-T) * Natural Family Planning (NFP) * Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) * Condoms * Coitus interruptus (Pull-out) * Breast feeding and Period Sex * Abstinance * Hormones reconsidered * IUD – An IUD has to be […]


There are absolutely no indication that Plan B worked or failed. Not even the withdrawal bleeding (or failure to get) have any meaning. It is however very likely that it worked. You need to take a pregnancy test 21 days after you got in contact with sperm, and then repeat it 7 days later to […]


Emergency contraceptives (like Plan B, Ella, Next Choice, i pill, My Way, Unwanted 72, Take Action, E Pills, ECee2, Pill 72, Postinor-2, Preventol, Agesta, Gynepriston, Milfepristone 72, Negele, Escapella, Escinor 1.5, Escinor 0.75, Postinor, NorLevo 0.75) work by shocking your fertility cycle to a standstill. Its only aim is to prevent you from releasing an […]


Your body is not a machine that does the same thing over and over and over. Things like your health, medicines, emotional state, stress and worry can affect your cycles greatly. Other things that can interrupt your cycles are pregnancy, very low levels of body fat (like in top athletes), menopause and ovarian cysts (PCOS). […]


While you develop in a sexually mature women, all the different hormones, cycles and changes must work together to form your fertility cycle. It can take quite a while for all this to happen. It will normally not happen until at least an year after your breasts started developing.And then, one of the main triggers […]


There is nothing wrong with having sex during your period. It is healthy and natural, and it can cheer you up and make your period symptoms less. A woman is normally not fertile the week before her period, or during her period. The only exception is if you have very short cycles (21 days or […]


In order to get pregnant, you need a lot of healthy sperm and a live egg at the same time. A live egg is only present in the 24 hours after ovulation, and often not even for the full 24 hours. Sperm will live in your fallopian tubes, waiting for your egg for 3 to […]


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