When your body enters menopause, you may be met with a range of feelings relating to this signal from your body that your reproductive years are coming to an end. Some women experience a sense of loss, while others feel relieved that menstruation has come to a permanent end. Your feelings relating to menopause are deeply personal, and your experience of menopause will also be unique to you. There are common symptoms associated with menopause, but the extent to which each woman experiences these symptoms cannot be predicted ahead of time.
These days, STDs are becoming more common, and getting infected is no longer a big deal. However, sexually transmitted diseases and infections such as gonorrhoea and AIDS can deteriorate your health if they are not detected early and treated. For instance, gonorrhoea can cause pelvic inflammatory disease in women who don't get early treatment.
The problem is that many people are still not confident with going to the doctor for an STD test.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a popular choice for couples struggling to conceive naturally. As exciting as it can be to make the decision to pursue parenthood through IVF, it can also be a stressful time for some couples who view IVF as their last chance of having a child. There are many steps involved in IVF and this can make the process seem confusing or overwhelming, but understanding what to expect at each stage can help you feel more in control and assured during the treatment.