Basic Guidelines to Having a Baby (2)

Published January 15, 2020.  Prof. Oladapo Ashiru The top six environmental toxins to avoid are the following : Pesticides : They are found in non -organic fruits and vegetables , meat , dairy and unfiltered tap water Formaldehyde : This can be found in air fresheners, deodorants , floor polish, upholstery cleaners Ginna Crochets Bisphenols…

Causes and Treatment of Childbirth Tears

Some unpalatable events occur during childbirth, and one of them is a fairly regular occurrence with first-time vaginal deliveries called childbirth tears. Childbirth tears can occur inside the vagina or other parts of the vulva, including the labia during the delivery process. It is also common for your perineum, which is the area between your…

WARNING: Don’t Remove Your Pubic Hairs, Gynaecologist Urges Women

On January 11, 2020. By Bankole A gynaecologist has warned against waxing or shaving pubic hairs because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections. Dr Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, has urged women. While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary…

Pregnancy Food: Is Garlic Safe to Eat During Pregnancy?

  While some foods may be good to eat generally, they may not be good for a pregnant woman for some reason or the other. Garlic is often referred to as a super spice, let’s see what effect garlic has on pregnancy. Ginna Crochets Is Garlic Safe for you and your baby during pregnancy? For…

Here’s Why You might Ditch Sanitary Pads for Tampons

Why you should use tampons over sanitary pad [Verywell Health] Here’s why you might want to choose tampons over pads Women are caught between choosing tampons over a pad or the other way round because of several advantages and disadvantages. Tampons have been around since the 1930s and are the most popular choice of feminine…

How Do Fibroids Affect your Getting Pregnant?

Many people often worry about uterine fibroids and pregnancy and, while there are additional risks, they’re rare. Here’s what you should know. Fibroids , or noncancerous growths that develop in the wall of the uterus, are extremely common. But if you have them and hope to start a family, you might wonder if they’ll throw…

Ways to Boost your Ovulation Naturally

How to improve your ovulation naturally Most ladies are afraid to stimulate ovulation by taking medications, they will rather start searching alternative natural ways to increase the probability to conceive soon. This is to ease this task having gathered the most popular products and methods that will boost your ovulation naturally. Ginna Crochets To increase…

10 Amazing Vagina Facts Every Woman Should Know

Think you know all there is to know about your lady parts? We’re sure you don’t. And because knowledge is power, we’ve brought these vagina facts your way. The vagina is a fascinating body part—what it looks like, how it smells, even how it changes over time. Chances are, there are probably a lot of…

Everything You should Know about Listeriosis in Pregnancy

To guard against listeria during pregnancy, you need to be aware of what you put inside your body. You should be aware of what is good to eat and what’s not so good to eat. Listeria is a type of bacteria that lives in some contaminated foods. This bacteria can cause problems for both you…

Why Nigerians should Avoid Use of ‘Tissue’

On December 8, 2019. By Prince Okafor A medical expert has linked frequent use of tissue paper popularly known as toilet roll to one of the root cause of cervical cancer in women. Disclosing this during the 2019 Beauty West Africa Exhibition in Lagos, an Indonesian traditional health specialist, at Tirta Ayu Spa, recalled that…

Jillian Michaels: 'Obesity is not something that should be glamorized'

The former “Biggest Loser” trainer isn’t holding back. Jilian Michaels is speaking her mind on the touchy subject of health and weight. In a new interview with “Women’s Health U.K.,” the former “Biggest Loser” trainer opens up about why she thinks political correctness is doing more harm than good in the wellness community. “I think…