On those activity-filled days such as; a friend’s wedding, or a day at the beach, maybe you’re planning a friend’s bridal shower soon, or perhaps you just want to know when to pack a pad or tampon in your suitcase so that your menstrual cycle won’t catch you off guard.
The primary rule for maintaining both sexes’ health and wellbeing is Genital Hygiene. Yes, cleanliness is second only to godliness. Let’s talk about how we can maintain cleanliness down there.
Over the past decade, young Nigerians have grown increasingly sexually and socially liberated. Old taboos surrounding alcohol and sex have begun to fall away and the mixing of alcohol and sex has become commonplace. Unfortunately, as more and more Nigeria-focused studies are revealing, this drinking is frequently heavy, and the sex is often risky.
Most myths surrounding the sexual and reproductive health of women are based on superstition, lack of scientific knowledge, stigma and gender-based discrimination hence, it is important to debunk the prevailing myths because otherwise the problem may be treated for a while but it would continue to recur with increasing severity.
Semen and sperm are kind of like squares and rectangles. Semen is not a part of sperm, but Sperm is a part of semen. So are Semen and Sperm the same thing? Nope! They are NOT! Semen, commonly known as ejaculate or cum, is the white-ish fluid that typically but not always leaks from a person’s penis after they ejaculate. Semen is made up of many different components, but the male reproductive cells within the semen are known as sperm.
Maintaining proper genital hygiene is essential for both men and women. It helps prevent infections, odors, and discomfort. In this article, we will discuss the importance of genital hygiene and provide some tips for keeping your genitals clean and healthy. Why is genital hygiene important? Proper genital hygiene is essential to keep your genitals clean… Read More »Genital Hygiene
We all experience stress on a regular basis. Positive stress aids us in overcoming difficulties and threats. Your heart rate, blood pressure, and energy levels all rise as a result of the body producing an excess of adrenaline. However, persistent stress may be crippling and frequently has a negative effect on the female body, particularly… Read More »The impact of stress on female sexual health
In line with Cervical Health Awareness Month, we highlight the bad habits women need to look out for when it comes to cervical cancer and the importance of screening for the disease. Types of Cervical Cancer The cervix, which joins the uterus with the vagina, is where cervical cancer develops. Cervical cancer can take one… Read More »The Importance of Cervical Cancer Screening
At Whispa, we like to say that preventing pregnancy is not a big deal. However, if you do not know what contraceptive options are available for you, or if you do not know the factors to consider, the truth is, it can feel like a big deal. Pregnancy prevention methods also known as contraceptives are the… Read More »To prevent pregnancy, consider these 4 important factors
The genitals are not only one of the most sensitive parts of the human body. They also have a tendency to be the home to some infections if not kept clean. Giving it the care it deserves is beneficial to men and women but it begs the obvious question- how? What exactly is the correct way to clean your genitals? This Part 1 is for men, Part 2 is for women and will be posted shortly, so let’s get started!!!