Sex and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


Pre-cum (Cowper's Secretions)

Sex and Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder impacting the lives of approximately 51 million people worldwide every year.1 Schizophrenia is defined primarily as a loss of touch with reality, causing a person to be uncertain of what is real and what is occurring only in their mind.1 In addition to affecting a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, schizophrenia can also impact an individual’s sex life.2 Although there is no known cure for schizophrenia, there are treatments and resources available to reduce or eliminate the symptoms of the disease.

Inducing Labor

Labor induction (also referred to as inducing labor) is when uterine contractions are stimulated to begin the process of labor during a vaginal birth. Labor induction is not a new practice. In fact, it dates back to Ancient Greece as Hippocrates, who is considered the Father of Medicine, recorded descriptions of dilating the cervical canal.1 Labor induction has evolved significantly as time has progressed. There are now a wide array of options available to consider when consulting your obstetrician about the best option for you.