Received May 8; Accepted Aug This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Background The present study aimed to investigate risk factors for expulsion in immediate postplacental IUD insertion. We specifically sought to determine whether cesarean delivery before or during labor have an impact on IUD expulsion.
It has all the inscrutableness of a giant stretchy, smelly tube that periodically spits out menstrual blood, white stuff, babies and is prone to the least glamorous of all infections: But all of this riddle-of-the-Sphynx stuff aside, how well do we actually know our vaginas? And moreover, how well do they know us? Now, I'm a brassy sort of woman.
Yes, if you are a virgin, you can use a menstrual cup. In fact, you can start using a menstrual cup as soon as you get your period. Although there is no age limit; it does however require that you are comfortable with your body and period. Therefore, you might want to practice in the beginning.
The clitoris is not a button — it's more like a wishbone. When most people think of the clitoris, they think of the small visible part. But research indicates that it actually has branches that extend down underneath the skin, along either side of the vulva, kind of in a wishbone shape. What you think is your vagina is probably actually your vulva.