Because chancroid is a bacterial infection, antibiotics can cure it. Most commonly, erythromycin is prescribed for seven days or ciprofloxacin for three days.
Chlamydia’s most dangerous characteristic is that most women — about 75 percent — don’t know they have it until they develop a much more serious illness called pelvic inflammatory disease, or PID.
What’s so great about condoms? The condom, a thin rubber sheath that fits over your erect penis, traps your semen during sex and
What is ovulation? Ovulation is the fertile time of your menstrual cycle, which occurs when a mature egg — or ovum — is
Diabetes doesn’t have to be a deathblow to your sex life. You can protect your sexual functioning by keeping your diabetes under control.
What’s a diaphragm? A diaphragm is a shallow dome-shaped rubber cup that you insert into your vagina to keep sperm from entering your
What is it? Genital herpes is a common sexually-transmitted infection that can cause painful genital sores on both men and women. It’s caused
What is gonorrhea? Many people view gonorrhea as an old-fashioned venereal disease, one that’s been almost wiped out by modern antibiotics. But in
What is erectile dysfunction? At some time in his life, almost every man finds himself with an aroused mind, a willing partner, and
From a man’s point of view, starting a family is easy. While women are on the job for nine months, men can often