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Female Sex Organs

shimana-bg20130326231123Female Sex Organs are important to know about so that you can identify what we are talking about when we talk about all the changes that are taking place in your body right now. People mostly just talk about the vagina, but there many more parts down that that interact with each other to make it all work. Since these parts contributing to your ability to get pregnant, and also they identify you as a female, we call them sex organs.

The Vulva

If you were to put a mirror between your legs so you could see everything down there, the Vulva is the term for all the parts you can see on the outside. It has inner and outer lips that cover your clitoris, vaginal opening, and urethra opening. These terms may sound a little foreign to you so lets break it down a little more.

Inner and Outer Lips

The top part, before you really hit the lips, is a fatty tissue area called the Mons. You can see the Mons by just looking down, you don’t even have to spread your legs or use a mirror. The Mons is where you will grow the majority of your pubic hair.

If you were to take your index finger and follow is further down from the Mons, then as soon as you couldn’t see your finger anymore you will have hit the lips. Then, If you were to pull the soft layers of skin apart, you would notice two separate layers or folds. These skin folds are also called the Labia (which means lips in Latin). There are inner and outer Labia. The outer one are closer to the outside (just like the name suggests), and the inner Labia are lie between them or closer to the inside. These lips serve as a protection to the rest of your parts.


Okay so bring your finger back up a little bit to the the spot right under your Mons and right at the top of the Labia (see how you are starting to understand these terms, way to go). If you search a little under the skin you will discover a small mound (about the size of a pea, or if you don’t eat peas and chocolate chip maybe)… did you find it? This is your Clitoris. If you’ve ever kissed a boy you know that it feels good. That is because you have sensitive nerve endings in your lips. Well, your Clitoris is like a ball of nerves and so someday when you are married and have sex, it will create that same good feeling but more intense.

Urethra Opening

This is one you are already familiar with because you use it everyday. The Urethra opening is just a fancy term for the hole that your pee comes out. The actual Urethra is the canal that connects to your bladder where your pee is stored. In relation to the other parts we’ve already learned, this opening is right under your clitoris, hiding inside the lips.

Vagina Opening

Like I said at the beginning, the vagina is inside your body, so all you can see from the outside is the opening to it. Keep bringing your finger down from your Urethra opening and the next opening you reach is your Vaginal opening. The Vagina is the canal that connects to all your inner sex organs. Go to my page on Vagina to learn more. Source: Female Puberty

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6 ways: How to Keep a Sharp Mind and a Good Attitude

good mind1.Stop smoking. According to U.S. News & World Report, smoking affects the brain directly. It damages critical synapses, which connect cells to each other.

2 :Take natural supplements, such as ginkgo biloba, which increases brain circulation and helps it get rid of toxins. Deep breathing exercises also help get more oxygen into the blood and brain.

3 :Detoxify your body. Toxin buildup in the body can cause brain fogginess, confusion and temporary memory loss. Cilantro is effective in removing heavy metals; eat ½ tablespoon fresh cilantro daily and drink plenty of water. Burdock root and red clover are effective blood cleansers.

4 :Practice visualization exercises. Take time daily to visualize yourself full of energy, happy and enjoying life. This is a good way to manage stress and minimize memory loss. According to the Department of Neurosciences at the University of California, studies show that prolonged stress destroys brain cells, thus affecting memory.

5 :Boost brain areas that govern mood by consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids to maintain a positive attitude. Examples include salmon, sardines, flax and walnuts.

6 :Talk to yourself. Remind yourself of the positive things in your life. Commend yourself for the way you look and when you do good deeds. This may sound crazy, but it programs your brain to think positively about yourself. The result is a good attitude.


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3 Common female sex problems

999974_151438671717077_1858913874_n1.Lack of sexual desire

Physical, medical and emotional issues can dampen your sexual desire. Relationship problems, issues of control and even forms of abuse can crush your libido. Depression, anxiety, stress, resentment or guilt can also throw a wrench in your sexual desire. Most commonly, fatigue, medications and attitudes towards sex have the most influence when it comes to your interest in making whoopee.

However, lack of desire lasting for more than a few weeks warrants a trip to your MD, or seeking help from a medical healthcare professional like a therapist or psychiatrist, which can help pinpoint the cause of your loss of interest in sex.

2.Pain during intercourse

A variety of pelvic disorders and sexually transmitted diseases can cause pain during intercourse, making the thought of hitting the sheets far from desirable. Vaginal dryness is the most common reason for discomfort during sex for women young and old alike. However, vaginismus, a painful spasm of the vaginal opening muscles, can also be the culprit, due to trauma or scarring.

When sex suddenly becomes painful, you may have an infection or condition, so seek medical attention right away.

3.Difficulty achieving an orgasm

Reaching the Big O is not a feat all women can accomplish. However, insufficient stimulation, insufficient knowledge about how your body can be sexually stimulated and poor communication between you and your partner can all set up roadblocks between you and that orgasm. In addition, nerve damage after surgery can also decrease sensation during intercourse.

Over time, frustration about the inability to achieve an orgasm may develop into a lack of desire in sex. When you notice distress about your sexual challenges or loss of interest in sex, talk to your practitioner about possible physical causes that may be contributing to your difficulty reaching a sexual climax.

Although not all sexual problems, such as vaginal dryness, are cause for alarm, talking with your doctor or mental health care provider can help you determine whether medical care is needed. “When patients come in to see me, they usually have a specific objective and many times they can’t wait to say what is on their mind once the exam-room door shuts,” says Dr. Brad Douglas, OB/GYN, expert for But even if you aren’t comfortable, Dr. Douglas encourages you to open up about your concerns. These three common female sex problems, including the inability to achieve an orgasm, may be an indication of other issues you may need to address — and your health may depend on it. Source: sheknow

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Why do women lose their desire for sex

notDespite the common belief, sexual dysfunction in women is quite common. In fact, more common than in men.

Diagnosed as the medical condition hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), medical practitioners are finding that sexual dysfunction affects women of all ages. Despite the fact that sexual desire diminishes with age, a recent study showed that nearly one-third of women aged 18 to 59 years surveyed suffered from a loss of interest in sex.

Worldwide studies reveal that between 30 and 50 per cent of women report that they have experienced long periods of little or no sex drive. While a third of the women surveyed said they did not have an orgasm during sex or found no pleasure in the act.

Some women have come to terms with their lack of desire for sex, especially if they’re single and lead a busy life. While others would do just about anything to get it back, and so would their partners.

“Up until recently, doctors were not even trained to deal with sexual issues,” sexual dysfunction specialist Dr Stanhope Maxwell told Your Health.

“In fact, Viagra was discovered by accident. It was being researched as a heart drug and it just happened that they found out it was good for erection, so there was really no great design to create a drug to treat sexual problems.”

Women have different levels of sexual desires. Some need it daily, others occasionally, while for some it’s neither here nor there.

However, as several studies have shown, foregoing sexual intercourse altogether is not good for a woman’s overall health. In fact, according to research, women who have an orgasm – whether with a partner or via masturbation – up to three times a week enjoyed a more wholesome health.

Noting that sexuality was a very complex issue, Maxwell said any number of reasons could cause sexual dysfunction.

“If you suppress your sexual urges and sexual reflexes you may have difficulty with them working later on, which leads to sexual dysfunction,” he said.

“I often advise self-stimulation to keep the sexual reflexes working until the appropriate time when you’re going to actually have sexual intercourse.”

He added, “90 odd per cent of men self-stimulate, but it is it felt the reason a lot of women end up with sexual dysfunction is because they feel it’s taboo to masturbate. They grew up with that belief, so they end up suppressing their sexuality. That’s one of the reasons sexual dysfunction is much more common in women than in men.”

He said some women were even brought up to associate sexual desire with being sinful, a bad thing.

“A woman once told me when she used to have sexual desires in her teens she would keep saying ‘go away Satan’,” he shared.

“Most women who have inhibited or low sexual desire it is because of a psychological issue. Sexual desire is tied a lot into the mind, thoughts about sex and things that turn them on.”


Women lose interest in sex for a number of different reasons. They include:

Hormonal imbalance: Menopause, pregnancy, breast-feeding, birth control pills, and thyroid problems can cause hormonal imbalance, which can dampen sexual desire.

Relationships problems: Issues in a relationship, partner having problems performing, birth of a child, problems at home, partner not sensitive to her sexual needs can affect her libido.

“Women tend to be very sensitive to relationship issues more than men, which is why it will affect them sexually while men seemed not to be affected,” said the doctor.

Medical problems: Anxiety, depression or other serious medical conditions such as nerve damage, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, endometriosis, fibroids, thyroid disorders, obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure (which can restrict genital blood flow), fatigue due to lack of sleep, vaginismus (pain during sex), orgasmic disorder (70 per cent of women do not have an orgasm during sexual intercourse) can be the cause.

Abuse: Sexual abuse or trauma in the past can lead to fear of having sex.

Socialisation: How a woman was brought up to view sex, whether as sinful or a bad thing, can affect her mindset towards it later in life.

Fear of intimacy or commitment: “This usually affects people who had a traumatic break from someone they were very close to, the loss of which caused a lot of pain, then that person becomes afraid of getting close to anyone. The mind has a tendency to want to protect you from that pain again,” noted Maxwell.

“In this case, a person can function quite well sexually with someone without any emotional attachment, but once they start to get intimately close they just can’t function anymore.”

Lack of knowledge about sex: If a woman was brought up sheltered from any knowledge about sex, she will be unsure of how to deal with it later on.

Societal issues: Job stress, peer pressure, media images of sexuality and the ‘perfect’ woman can affect her sexual performance.

Medications: Medications such as antidepressants, blood pressure drugs, oral contraceptives, chemotherapy, etc., can kill a woman’s sexual desires.

Age: Blood levels of androgens fall continuously in women as they age, which will lead to low sex drive.

Extended Abstinence: Not having sexual intercourse or even engaging in masturbation for an extended period can cause desire to diminish over time, because the woman may unconsciously or consciously turn off the desire. Production of testosterone is stimulated by regular sexual act and once she stops, her T level drops.

“The body’s reflexes tend to work off the premise ‘if you don’t use it you will lose it’,” said Maxwell.

Low Testosterone: Testosterone affects sexual drive in both men and women. But levels of testosterone in women decline naturally by an average of 50 per cent between the ages of 20 and 45, and continue to decline – though rather less dramatically – as part of the general ageing process. Testosterone levels peak in women’s mid-20s and then steadily decline until menopause, when they drop dramatically.


Once the cause has been determined, there are a number of ways to restore a woman’s libido and increase her sex drive. These include:

Therapy and Counseling: Sexual dysfunction in the majority of women is usually caused by a psychological problem. Talking to a professional can reveal the cause and help unblock whatever is the problem. It may also require couple’s Counseling, if the problem is with your partner. Or a few sessions with a sex therapist.

Exercise: Having a routine exercise programme can do wonders for improving sexual desire. Exercise releases the feel-good hormones endorphins, increases testosterone levels, builds confidence and makes you feel better about your body. Practising Kegel exercises is also very effective.

Change medication: If the problem is because of the medication you’re on, speak to your doctor. Ask if another medication can treat your condition that wouldn’t affect your libido or if the dosage can be altered. If the cause is the contraceptive you’re on, try another type.

Get treated: If a medical condition is causing you to lose your desire, have the problem treated.

Oestrogen or Testosterone treatment: Speak to your doctor about hormone treatment. Testosterone therapy does wonders for women with low sex drive, restoring it to normal levels. While oestrogen treatment, such as creams for vaginal dryness, will also help to normalise hormone levels. There are also several products on the market designed for boosting libido, but be sure to talk to your doctor about it.

Eat the right foods: Practice healthy eating habits. Include in your diet cloves, broccoli, black raspberries, figs, watermelon, eggs, ginseng, saffron, lettuce and ginger, which have been proven to help boost libido.

Sometimes to overcome sexual dysfunction, all it requires is the right circumstance, the right chemistry and the right person.

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9 Treatments for Sexual Dysfunction in Women

1476259_177156622494828_158529512_nMen have those little blue pills, but until we have our own (pink?) pill, women will have to turn to other treatments to improve sexual vitality. From experimental medications to hormone therapy— and even Viagra itself—we talked to top health experts to find out what works, what doesn’t and what’s safe for treating female sexual dysfunction.

This over-the-counter drug is believed to help increase sex drive. “A few studies show that it helps older postmenopausal women regain libido,” says Sue DeCotiis, MD, author of A Woman’s Guide to Sexual Health. However, she adds, the results are limited in scope: The drug, she says, has only been shown to improve sexual function in older women with adrenal insufficiency. Also, it does not have the same effect on younger women.

Should you take it? Maybe, says Irwin Goldstein, MD, director of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego, California, and editor-in-chief of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. “DHEA can theoretically improve low interest, arousal and orgasm intensity.” However, he says, a recent study showed that DHEA was equally effective as a placebo. And you should be aware that side effects include acne and facial hair growth. Yeah, not exactly what we had in mind, either!

2. Flibanserin
While this drug isn’t yet FDA-approved, a lot of people are talking about it. What is it? A nonhormonal drug that works by increasing certain neurochemicals, noradrenaline and dopamine, which “rebalance the imbalance of brain chemicals associated with acquired hypoactive sexual desire disorder or low sexual interest,” says Dr. Goldstein.

Should you take it (when and if it’s available)? Recent studies of the drug have been very promising. “…[F]libanserin has been shown to be effective in improving sexual interest,” Dr. Goldstein says. The dose of the drug, which is not yet available, is 100 mg taken each night before bedtime. The effect is seen within four weeks and continues to improve over time. Side effects? Drowsiness, but no facial hair!
3. Testosterone Patches or Gels
It may sound odd that the male sex hormone testosterone could improve your sex drive, but sexual health experts have long known about the hormone’s potential for treating female sexual dysfunction. Many health experts believe that decreased interest in sex may be related to testosterone deficiencies. “Testosterone has been studied in thousands of women and has been shown to be effective in improving sexual interest, arousal and lubrication, and orgasm frequency and intensity,” explains Dr. Goldstein.

Should you take it? Maybe. “As mentioned in a report in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, over two million prescriptions were written for women in the U.S. in 2006,” he says. “Side effects include acne and facial hair growth.” But there’s a bigger caution, he says: Studies are currently underway to assess breast cancer and heart attack risk with female use of testosterone treatment.

4. Bremelanotide
Known as PT-141, this drug was found to cause sexual arousal after it was developed to be a sunless tanning solution (which Dr. DeCotiis says didn’t pan out).

Should you take it? No! “It was pulled off the market due to cardiovascular toxicity,” she warns.

5. Wellbutrin
You may recognize the name of this drug as a popular antidepressant, but what can it do for your sex drive? It could possibly rev things up, says Dr. DeCotiis. Wellbutrin works by enhancing the production of the neurochemical dopamine, which also aids sexual function.

Should you take it? Maybe, but only after careful consideration with your doctor. Dr. Goldstein says studies of Wellbutrin’s effect on female sex drive, while small, have shown promising results. “Wellbutrin has been shown to be effective in improving sexual interest,” he concludes. But the drug is not without side effects, which can include insomnia and mood changes, including panic and anxiety.

6. Tibolone
It’s popular in parts of Europe, but Tibolone was never developed to treat sexual dysfunction. It’s an osteoporosis medication for postmenopausal women that was “found to have a positive effect on sexual arousal and lubrication,” says Dr. DeCotiis.

Should you take it? Not yet. “It’s nowhere near being approved here, and there are no studies available for review,” she says.
7. Viagra
Wait—Viagra for women? “In a recent double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, women with sexual side effects due to antidepressants showed significant improvement, especially in orgasm function, with use of Viagra,” says Dr. Goldstein. “The dose is typically 25 mg and is taken an hour or so before sexual activity. Side effects include facial flushing, headache, nasal stuffiness.”

Should you take it? Possibly, says Dr. Goldstein. “When the hormones are normal, Viagra does increase blood flow to the genitals during sexual arousal,” he says. “Women often experience more lubrication, more tissue engorgement and more opportunity for orgasm.”

8. L-arginine
This over-the-counter medication, which is an essential amino acid, is believed to be a blood vessel dilator—one that could help get you in the mood. “Use of L-arginine can theoretically improve arousal and engorgement,” says Dr. Goldstein.

Should you take it? Maybe. But little is known about the side effects of occasional or frequent use of L-arginine, so talk to your doctor before self-treating. And while this product is often praised by vitamin and supplement commercials on late-night TV, Dr. Goldstein is quick to point out that it isn’t yet entirely backed up by science. “No studies have confirmed the benefit of use of this agent.”

9. Hormone Therapy
You may have heard about hormone therapy as a treatment for symptoms of menopause, but can it do anything for your sex life? In short, says Keehn Hosier, MD, ob-gyn, a physician who practices at Brookwood Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama, hormone therapy may not improve your sex drive, but it could improve sexual function. “Hormone therapy tends to help more with symptoms that prohibit intercourse, including lubrication and vaginal atrophy,” he says.

Should you take it? It could make sex more enjoyable for you, specifically if you suffer from vaginal pain and dryness. “But because of ongoing concerns about breast cancer and heart disease, hormone therapy requires an in-depth discussion with your physician,” Dr. Hosier adds.

Sarah Jio is the health and fitness blogger for Visit her blog, Vitamin G.

Source: Womensday

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10 Surprising Health Benefits of Marriage

nariWhile marriage can be good for you in a lot of ways — someone to share the financial burdens, a partner in taking out the trash, a standing Friday-night movie date on the couch — the effects on your health aren’t always positive, particularly when it comes to your waistline. You hear the anecdotal jokes about people getting married, and then when the pressure is off to find a partner or woo a partner to get hitched, the pounds creep on. But it turns out it’s actually true.

Reports suggest that married folks pack on the pounds when compared to their unmarried peers. One report suggests that newlyweds who are satisfied in their marriage gain weight in the early years after swapping vows. It may not be just a few pounds, either, as marriage actually increases obesity rates.

Researchers are always introducing fascinating new findings when it comes to marriage and its effects on health. Unhappy relationships, for instance, can be as bad for the heart as a smoking habit, and troubled marriages may leave people less healthy than if they’d never swapped vows. And the likelihood of weight gain can negate some of the positive health benefits of marriage. With all of the research out there, I went about finding some of the health benefits of that old ball-and-chain. One factor seemed to stand out over and over again: marital conflict can lead to poorer health, and happier marriages make for healthier people.

While I’m definitely a few pounds heavier than I was when I got married, I like to blame that on the two kids I’ve had in the last few years rather than my husband and the marriage. After all, I managed to maintain my weight in the five years we were married without kids, so I’m thinking I’ll end up back at that weight … eventually. But weight aside, studies supporting the benefits of marriage on health abound. Here are just a few ways marriage is good for your health — and just may save your life! Source: Babble

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Why handsome guys don’t get girls

1507842_187859251413770_1483446327_nAre you one of those people think themselves as handsome and are waiting girls to approach you? Are u serious??What sort of girl are you waiting for to come in your life?
Definately playgirl would act that foolish.
Good looks are best thing for first look attraction but after that all that plays best part is your conversation skills.We walk on the road and see many couples with good guy+not beauty,beauty+not hancy and blah blah.No. 1 cause for this mismatch may be guy being rich and rest all reasons are conversation skills.There was one famous quote”you won’t even know when u fall over humorous guys”People with good humour are capable of grabbing enough attention and girls are more likely to fall over them.
One of my female friend says”reason behind handsome guys not getting girls is their too much of ego and they are not ready to let it go”.Yap seems true a girl cannot be happily be in relationship who has ego of thinking himself the handsome and he has no shortage of girls if he chooses to leave her,actually such guys tend to have very fragile relationships.It often hapens in collge most of the girls secretely admire a guy but guy is still single,he never happens to have girlfriend throughout his college life.Reason is simple,those who secretely admire him are too shy to approach him and they wait for guy to make move and as we all know GUY IS HANDSOME,he is waiting for girl to approach him,afterall she is the one who is attracted so she must approach.And the stone remains unturned.Treasure of Love seems unreachable for both parties.
And yes gorgeous girls are comparitively more demanding than ugly girls,not so gorgeous girls are funny,open and yet same time they have feeling of sacrifice to keep relationship alive so that definately helps having calmer relationships.So relationships with one of the partner not so awesome in looks are comparitively more sucessfull.
Moving back to topic once again,why does handsome boy fail to get girl and on this regard my fren talked about problem faced by 22-27 age group boys.”This is the age where they just kick start their career but on the otherside it is already an age to get married in case of girls.So while they are focusing on careers and living the girls just keep on sliping and moreover those hot and beautiful girls of similar age eventually marry rich and filthy guy(maybe more precisly fat and bald ones).So it needs really a handsome and lucky guy to get girl of her dream.”
Through internet research I found that both in case of girls and boys they are easily attracted to partner who are outgoing,talkative and funny,but as u go on meeting more of such people you may finally end with calm partner just like you.
So the topic “why handsome guys don’t get girls” is just a hypothesis.Our city life has transformed meaning of love and it is now taken as something to show off.So everyone is chasing handsome guy or hot gf but once u set in search of true love no such hypothesis will halt you from approaching partner of your dream.You can wait for day to come or just try ur luck at once after seeing someone,good conversations can surely get u to an affair and lack of expresssing confidence will leave you as secret admirer.Girl are always attracted to secure future and boys are always attracted to decent girl so those girls who get boys by dressing hot will more probably end with another rich guy.   Source: poudelprakash

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7 Keys to a Successful Life

fg,kjkMuch has been written on what it takes to win the game of life. A lifetime of experience says it’s not as complicated as most people make it. Here’s my list. Take what you want.

1. You can’t succeed alone. Every story of success is a story of people working together, each contributing their own unique talents, skillsets and abilities. Do what you do best. And let others fill in the gaps.

2. Perseverance always wins. You can’t fail if you don’t quit. Find yet another way to make it work. Whatever *it* is for you. As Winston Churchill said in Britain’s darkest hour, “Never, never, never give up.”

3. Take time from your busi-ness every day – even if only 10 or 15 minutes – to center yourself. Some call it meditation. It’ll make you more effective and you’ll accomplish much more.

4. If you don’t like where you are today, don’t expect tomorrow to be any different without change. Change your attitude, your priorities, your activities. Change from being rea-c-tive to being c-rea-tive.

5. You are a product of your thoughts. It’s true that ‘thoughts are things’. Whatever you think about most of the time is what you create in your life. Hint: If you want more than you think you have now, don’t *ever* give energy to thoughts of lack.

6. You always receive what you give. Consequently, if you want help, be helpful. If you want honest relationships, be truthful. If you want success, help others get what they want. If you want love, be loving. The corollary is that you always find what you’re looking for.

7. Life really is like a movie. You write the script. You’re the star, director & critic. And like a movie, it ends. What’s important in life is not just the journey, but the quality of the journey. That’s why it’s important to make every day the best it can be, ‘cuz now is all you have.

What the heck. You might as well enjoy life. None of us are gettin’ out alive.

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