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Tampons FAQ
 
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So in the last two videos we showed you what is a tampon and how to wear a tampon. Now that’s great, but I know you guys have a bunch of questions around tampon use. So lets count down 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, this is all your frequently asked questions (FAQ) about tampon answered. 1.Can your tampon get lost? a.No! There’s literally nowhere for the tampon to go. It cant enter your cervix because the opening it so tiny that it wont fit. If anything it can get lodged if the string twists around or something but all you have to do is relax and just use your finger slow to access it. 2.Are you still a virgin if you use tampons a.Of course! Your virginity has nothing to do with a tampon. Sooometimes, a girls hymen can stretch or a tear a bit from tampon use (in rare cases) but that has nothing to do with sexual intercourse and virginity. 3.Can you still go to the bathroom? a.Of course! Unless you’re a camel and can hold it all in! Peeing has nothing to do with tampon. It won’t affect your tampon at all, just like it does not when you are wearing sanitary pads. 4.What do you if a tampon gets stuck? a.First of all a tampon cant get stuck. After the tampons inserted, the vaginal muscles will hold it in place until you pull it out. If you feel resistance when you try to pull it out, the absorbency is too much of you should wait longer before trying to take it out. This is the same with the fear of tampons falling out. Uh huh, not going to happen. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 57581 HerBody mDhil
What are the Types of Hepatitis?
 
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Learn what the 5 types of hepatitis are. Shilpa explains the transmission, prevention and treatment of the different types of hepatitis, including Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hepatitis A symptoms take about 2-3 weeks to show up and almost never fatal. Hepatitis B symptoms take an average of 2.5 months to show up. Hepatitis C symptoms take an average of 2-6 months to show up and 80% of cases don't have symptoms at all. Hepatitis D virus can propagate only in the presence of Hepatitis B. Just like Hep B, it is spread through sexual contact or infected blood. Hepatitis E is spread via contaminated water and food. Symptoms take about 40 days to show up. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 45732 HerBody mDhil
How To Put On a Tampon
 
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How To Put On a Tampon Learn how to wear a tampon the right way. This video shows a girl putting in tampon to explain you how to use tampons without hurting yourself. Tampons or sanitary pads are needed when you menstruate (bleeding) and have periods. All of you must have asked the question how to stop periods. If you have decided to use a tampon instead of a sanitary pad, your first question would be how to put on a tampon. We know that for the first time it can seem scary. Now the box usually should have directions but follow along with me as I talk you through it. So you go to the store and go shopping for tampons. You have a few options, cardboard, plastic or applicator free. For your first time, I recommend a plastic applicator and get a thin or regular absorbency. You can work your way up to a larger size but for now start small. Now let’s get into the actual usage. 1. Wash your hands. You will be all up in your lady bits so you want to make sure you have clean hands. 2. Sit on the toilet and spread your knees far apart or if you stand, put one foot higher like on the toilet seat. Whatever works for you. 3. Take the tampon out of the wrapper and hold it correctly. At the midpoint of the tampon where the smaller tube meets the larger tube (sometimes it has ridges), hold it between your thumb and middle finger like this. Place your pointer finger on the end of the applicator (the part where the string would come out) 4. Slowly insert the top, thicker half of the applicator into the vagina. You want to go in at an angle towards your back so that the tampon should go in smoothly. If it wont go any further, you have hit a vaginal wall so re angle. You insert till your fingers hit your vagina. 5. Now use your index finger to push the thinner part of the applicator. You’ll feel the tampon more a few more inches inside of you and you should stop where the thick and thin ends of the applicator meet. 6. Pull out the applicator. If you have followed instructions correctly the applicator should be automatically on its way out. You may have to get it a gentle tug. Don’t worry, you won’t pull the tampon out with it. 7. Check for comfort. Now if you have done it correct, you shouldn’t be able to feel the tampon at all. If you feel pain to sit down or walk around, then something’s wrong, most likely the tampon isn’t far enough. Take it out and try again with a new one. 8. Speaking of taking it out, this is how. You see the string that dangles? Well once your tampon is completely absorbed, you should be able to just tug the string and pull the tampon out of you. Since your vaginal walls are lubricated with menstrual blood, it would be pretty painless. Don’t tense up, just relax. Now if you feel some pain or friction, its probably because the tampon is too dry. That means either you should switch to lower absorbency or you should wait longer before trying to take it out. Major tampon manufacturers are ob, kotex and tampax. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 2782360 HerBody mDhil
What Causes Blood Clots During Periods (Menstruation)? | Her Body
 
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Blood Clots During Periods and Menstruation: Learn what causes heavy blood clot during your periods and if the blood clotting factors are associated with irregular or heavy periods or coagulation. This menstrual blood video explains that Menstrual Blood Clots which occur during heavy periods are quite normal as the anticoagulants that keep the menstrual blood clotting in control are not released on time. You may even experience multiple blood clots and coagulated blood where the color of the blood might even be dark brown or black. You should consult a doctor if you lose a lot of blood or you are feeling dizzy and have a headache during heavy periods. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 502576 HerBody mDhil
All you need to know about period, delaying period and spotting | Her Body
 
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We've already spoken about how period works in our earlier episode and today we'll talk about spotting during period, if delaying your period is possible and if period hurts. This video also talks about how exercises during periods can give you relief from period pain. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 125956 HerBody mDhil
Facts about Rape and Sexual Assaults
 
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Sriram explains facts about rape and sexual assault. What are the physical and emotional effects of rape? What is the difference between date rape and stranger rape? Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 33505 HerBody mDhil
Myth 1 - Why Didn't I Bleed When I Lost My Virginity?
 
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No, not always. When a woman has penetrative sex for the first time, she may bleed and feel some pain because of her hymen breaking. The hymen is a very thin piece of skin that partially covers (and sometimes completely covers) the entrance to the vagina. It usually breaks during sexual intercourse if it hasn’t already broken before this. The hymen can break quite easily before a woman has sex for the first time, through: activities such as horse riding and other sports. A woman may not know that her hymen has broken because it doesn’t always cause pain or noticeable bleeding.   If a woman's hymen breaks before she has had sex, it does not mean that she isn't a virgin. It is therefore normal for a woman not to bleed the first time she has sex. Bleeding during sex can also be caused by vaginal dryness, insertion of objects such as sex toys, or rough sex.  Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 510940 HerBody mDhil
Myths & Facts About Acne- The Naked Truth | Her Body
 
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If you want to get rid of acne, Shilpa teaches you myths and ways that do NOT work. Masturbation, dirty face, scrubbing light are not ways to get acne. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 30595 HerBody mDhil
Tips and ways to stop bullying at schools
 
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Learn how you can stop bullying at school. If you feel bullied by girls, Shilpa gives you tips to deal with bullying and ragging in school. New video every Monday, Wednesday.and Friday. Tips to tackle bullying Tip 1 - Tell your family Tip 2 - Be Confident Tip 3 - Join leadership activities Tip 4 - Shrug it off Tip 5 - Make other friends Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 51649 HerBody mDhil
Learn about Breasts and Girls During Puberty | Her Body
 
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What are breasts? What do boobs do? Learn why women get breasts especially during puberty. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 354005 HerBody mDhil
How To Set Healthy Boundaries in a Relationship I 6
 
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Learn how to set healthy boundaries in a relationship. A couple should also maintain privacy and healthy trust between them. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 10757 HerBody mDhil
What is Premenstrual Syndrome? - The Naked Truth | Her Body
 
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Shilpa explains what premenstrual syndrome is and how PMS works. If you face PMS or premenstrual symptoms learn how PMS works and why you get it! New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 45194 HerBody mDhil
India Reacts | Tampon Through The Eyes of People
 
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And we're back with yet  another episode and this time we asked people - What is a tampon? A tampon is a cylindrical mass of absorbent material, primarily used as a feminine hygiene product. At present, tampons are designed to be easily inserted into the vagina during menstruation and absorb the user’s menstrual flow. Tampon design varies between companies and across product lines in order to offer a variety of applicators, materials and absorbencies. Tampon applicators may be made of plastic or cardboard and are similar in design to a syringe. The applicator consists of two tubes, an "outer", or barrel, and "inner", or plunger. The outer tube has a smooth surface to aid insertion and sometimes comes with a rounded end that is petaled.The two main differences are in the way the tampon expands when in use; applicator tampons generally expand axially (increase in length), while digital tampons will expand radially (increase in diameter). Most tampons have a cord or string for removal. The majority of tampons sold are made of rayon, or a blend of rayon and cotton. Organic cotton tampons are made from only 100% cotton. Maybe you don't have anyone to talk to about your period or perhaps you're simply uncomfortable bringing it up to your parents. Lets watch how much people know about tampons.  Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 43243 HerBody mDhil
Work-Life Balance Tips for Women I 5
 
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Balancing work and life for women can be difficult. Learn tips to achieve work-life balance, particularly if you are a working mom. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 9479 HerBody mDhil
Birth Control Pills - All you need to know
 
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If you are planning to go on birth control pills, the one question you may have is how effective is birth control. Another question would be can you get pregnant on birth control? Stay tuned and we'll answer all your questions! Ok, so birth control pills are 99% effective and work just fine for most women. However, the most important factor here is that you have to be regular with the birth control pills. A few reasons why your birth control pills may not be effective could be: Irregularity – Sometimes women forget to take the pill and sometimes the side effects associated with the pill, such as nausea can cause non-compliance. You may then feel that the birth control effectiveness is not what you expected. Antibiotics and birth control – Certain antibiotics reduce the birth control pills' effectiveness. So if you are on antibiotics for a long period of time, it would be better to use an alternate contraception like condom. Timing – If you want your pill to be effective, make sure you take it at the same time every single day, especially if it is the progestin only pills. If you are the forgetful type or extremely busy, set an alarm in order to remind yourself. Wrong pill – There are a bunch of different types of pills. Some more effective than the others. So if you are breast-feeling or suffering from migraine or have heart disease, estrogen is not for you. And this could be a reason why your BC pills are not working. Storage – Too much heat or too much cold can lower the effectiveness of your birth control pills. So make sure you keep it in a place away from direct sunlight, in a cool area. Choose the right type of pill that suits your body and the best way to do that would be to get in touch with your doctor. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.co/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 31157 HerBody mDhil
Which is healthier - Tampon or Pad?
 
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Okay so it’s not exactly To be or Not To Be but I know many of you guys are unsure of which route to go down with your periods and why. So let me start out this whole conversation by saying, pads or tampons its entirely your preference! And theres your answer so now we’re done with this video. … Well fine I guess I can give you a little bit more info. 0Let’s start with the pad: Many girls start out with the pad when they first get their periods. Its very easy to use as you just stick in into your underwear and change it once its fully absorbed. Since you can always keep an eye on the absorption, there’s really a lower chance of any leakage occurring. Also, since the blood is allowed to completely leave your vagina, the chance of any disease or bacterial infection is lower. Now what about the tampon? Well many complain that wearing a pad is like wearing a diaper and since you cant feel a tampon, you feel more…”free.” Also if you need to go swimming during the time of the month, you cant wear a pad. Most sports chicks or active girls also like tampons for the freedom a tampon allows. Also, once you get used to your body and the tampons, it’s really not a big deal. So whats the decisions between the two? Back to you! It’s a personal choice. There is no right age or time to start or stop wearing one or the other and you can always switch based on your comfort. Just make sure you change your pad or tampon frequently to stay healthy! Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 716304 HerBody mDhil
Fun, interesting facts about sex!
 
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So, you are interested in sex are you? What is about sex that interests you? The 'fun' stuff of course? Well, we've got together a few fun facts that is sure to spice up things for you! 1. Did you know that men don’t have to be sexually aroused to have an erection? Erections also occur when a man has a full bladder, is nervous or afraid. Men have erections even while sleeping, during the dream phase. And when they ejaculate, the average speed is 28 miles per hours, say experts! 2. An average healthy man produces around 300 million sperm in just a teaspoon of his semen. But, here's the interesting part - just one of this little swimmers is enough to fertilize a woman's egg! And did you know that though absence makes your heart grow fonder, it can make your man's sperm count decrease. 3. Women, listen to this! A fun fact that'll change the way you sit - there are these pudendal nerves underneath your butt and sitting bones that feed the arousal tissues - like in the vagina, clitoris etc...So sitting on certain chairs pressing of the pudendal nerves can lead to sexual arousal!! However, the downside is that sitting for too long shortens the psoas muscle which is important for a full-body orgasm, making it difficult to achieve a great orgasm. So, the trick is sit, but not for long periods! 4. Ok, so orgasm is mind-blowing, but have you noticed that it's almost impossible to pee right after sex? It's because your body releases an anti-diuretic hormone while your orgasm that stops your from peeing like your always do. However, don't hold it very long cos that can lead to infection! 5. You may not relish this fact - but well, it is a fact and here it is... Your man's sperm and your favourite moisturizer contain proteins that have the same anti-wrinkle effect that can tighten your skin and give you an instant glow! Umm, you willing to swap your coveted cream?? New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 78452 HerBody mDhil
What is a Tampon: Menstruation & Periods 101
 
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What is a tampon? How does it help during your menstruation or periods. In this video you will learn how a tampon helps you. A tampon is another way to help absorb menstrual blood but it works from inside the vagina, before the blood has a chance to leave. Basically, it is this absorbent material (like cotton) that is pressed into a small cylinder shape and expands as it absorbs blood. You insert into your vagina. Some tampons have applicators, which can be cardboard or plastic to help guide the insertion process. Some tampons rely solely on your fingers. These are all personal preferences. The tampon will come with a string attached to the cylinder shaped part, which should hang out of your vagina and help you with the removal process. Now, many times there are different tampons depending on how heavy the period is. Just like a pad, if you have a maxi pad for your heavy days, you can have a super tampon for your heavy days. The sizes tend to vary slightly but a super tampon can absorb more than a light tampon. The more you use them, the more you’ll figure out what tampons on what days work for you. Generally, doctors recommend you go with the lowest absorbency tampon that will fit your needs and change it regularly – every 4-6 hours or you risk a disease known as toxic shock syndrome or TSS or other bacteria from staying in the vagina. People who are active, wear tight clothing, or go swimming tend to gravitate to tampons because of the comfort it provides when doing sports. If you are wearing a tampon correctly, you should not feel it. There is not a right or wrong with a tampon. It is widely used and its all based on your personal choices. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 346313 HerBody mDhil
Myth 3 - Is sex painful the first time?
 
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When a woman has vaginal sex for the first time, it can be a little painful. There may also be a small amount of blood, but this isn't always the case and usually occurs because the hymen has been broken during sexual intercourse. The hymen is a small piece of thin skin (membrane) that can either partially or totally cover the entrance to the vagina. A woman might already have broken her hymen without knowing about it; this can happen when playing sports or using a tampon. When a man has sex for the first time it shouldn't hurt, but he can make it easier for his partner by using foreplay, making sure there is plenty of lubrication and by being gentle and going slowly. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 145206 HerBody mDhil
India Reacts | What you think about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?
 
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And we're back with yet another episode and this time we asked people - What you think about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), formerly considered a type ofanxiety disorder, is now regarded as a unique condition. It is a potentially disabling illness that traps people in endless cycles of repetitive thoughts and behaviors. People with OCD are plagued by recurring and distressing thoughts, fears, or images (obsessions) they cannot control. The anxiety (nervousness) produced by these thoughts leads to an urgent need to perform certain rituals or routines (compulsions). The compulsive rituals are performed in an attempt to prevent the obsessive thoughts or make them go away. Although the ritual may temporarily alleviate anxiety, the person must perform the ritual again when the obsessive thoughts return. This OCD cycle can progress to the point of taking up hours of the person's day and significantly interfering with normal activities. People with OCD may be aware that their obsessions and compulsions are senseless or unrealistic, but they cannot stop them. Let us know what you think in the comments below! Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 5673 HerBody mDhil
How To Improve Self Confidence and Self Esteem
 
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Use 4 Top tips to improve self confidence and self esteem. Learn how to build self confidence and gain self esteem! New video every Wednesday. How to Improve self confidence Tip 1 - Write 5 things you like about yourself. Tip 2 - If you are suffering from low self confidence, keep your good friends and family close. Give them a call and talk your heart out! You'll soon feel better. Tip 3 - Learn to laugh it off. These self confidence tips are not just for the present, but will help you grow into a better person in the long run. Tip 4 - Engage in something fulfilling. Subscribe:http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 9093 HerBody mDhil
How To Live With In-Laws - 7
 
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Learn how to live with your in-laws. Marriage and adjusting to your new family can be tough. These tips on how to handle living with in-laws will go a long way in helping you settle down in your new home. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 57681 HerBody mDhil
How To Discuss Money and Finance With Your Partner
 
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Learn how to handle family finance and financial planning as a couple. Do you split income with spouse and what is a joint account? Ajanta teaches you how to talk about finances with your husband or wife. New Wellness video every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It is important for couples to discuss finances because money is an important part of life and discussing it will ensure that there are no misunderstandings in the future. Individuals should be clear on what their own financial goals are before they discuss their combined financial aspirations with their partner. Conversations based on money & property are difficult, but extremely essentail in preserving peace and preventing future hostilities. Couples may not always agree on everything, but the solution is to listen with an open mind and discuss it calmly. How much you reveal to your partner about your finances depends entirely upon how much trust you want to invest in them and how comfortalbe you feel in revealing that information. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 8542 HerBody mDhil
Premarital Counseling I 7
 
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Learn the benefits of premarital counseling and issues that many newlyweds or young engaged couples face before getting married. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 7455 HerBody mDhil
Bust Common Pregnancy Myths | Her Body
 
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Shilpa breaks down commons and misconceptions around pregnancy. Can you get pregnant the first time? Can you pregnant if you wash your vagina after sex? Can you get pregnant from oral sex?New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 6805 HerBody mDhil
Does Having Sex For the First Time Hurt? - The Naked Truth | Her Body
 
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What does first time sex feel like? Does having sex for the first time hurt? Will there be blood? Shilpa answers all your question around pain during first time sex. New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. First time sex and bleeding vagina can expand and contract. The first few times might be uncomfortable. It is not abnormal for you not to bleed when you have sex for the first time. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 757238 HerBody mDhil
How to Handle the Arrival of a Newborn
 
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Learn how to prepare for a newborn baby's arrival into your household. These tips and checklist will ensure you and your spouse are prepared to handle the stress of having a baby! New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. New parents are often worried about the baby's arrival mostly because of the fear of the unknown. So it is important for them to discuss the things that they can predict. Couples should be aware that there are going to be many changes in their relationship after the arrival of the baby and should anticipate it. Usually mothers tend to feel unsupported and all over the place after the baby's arrival, whereas the fathers tend to feel isolated. This creates distance in the relationship. It is wrong to assume that your partner will intuitively know what you need, it is absolutely necessary to communicate with your partner and tell him or her exactly what you feel. It is true that a couple's sex life dwindles after the baby is born. So it is essential that the couple reset their expectations with sex. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 7385 HerBody mDhil
What are the Stages of Puberty in Girls?
 
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Shilpa explains what your body and emotions go through when you go through puberty. Physical changes can be breasts, periods, growth, wider hips and hormones can make you emotional and introduce sexual feelings. Understand how puberty affects girls. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 14533115 HerBody mDhil
What is Anaemia and Iron Deficiency?
 
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Anaemic or lacking healthy red blood cells is a condition that affects many Indians. Heavy blood flow during periods, insomnia, weird cravings can all be signs of anaemia. Learn how to prevent anaemia by consuming enough iron. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What is female orgasm?
 
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Not all women experience orgasm just by having vaginal intercourse. What happens to a woman’s body during orgasm is the same as what happens to a man when he ejaculates. There is an extreme sense of excitement and pleasure at the same time. There’s always been so much discussion about female orgasm. Everyone says they want it, need it and have to have it. But what precisely is female orgasm? What’s the science behind it? Orgasm is the peak of woman's sexual arousal. So, what happens during orgasm? First of all the woman gets turned on and this leads to building of tension in the muscles around the pelvis. During orgasm there is an involuntary contracting of the pelvic muscles, release of a flood of hormones into the body resulting in feelings of intense pleasure and relaxation. Though this is often centered around the genitals, the spasms can be felt in other parts of the body too, such as limbs. Though women don’t normally produce fluid like a man following orgasm, some women do experience what is called the “female ejaculation,” a fluid that gushes out of the vagina upon orgasm. In fact, sexologists say that female ejaculation is a given if the 'G' spot is stimulated in the right way! Ummm, so what's a 'G' spot? The 'G' spot is located about one or two inches back from the vaginal opening inside the front vaginal wall. It's a bean-shaped tissue that swells up when blood rushes in to it, New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What is a Pap Smear?- The Naked Truth I Her Body
 
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Learn what a pap smear is and how it tests for cervical cancer. Pap smear is an important and routine gynecology test! New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 25187 HerBody mDhil
When your teacher awkwardly touches you
 
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Shilpa explains the serious nature of inappropriate and sexual molestation, particularly if you are young and the abuser is a teacher or someone older than you. What do you do if someone has been sexually abusing you? What is inappropriate touching? Subscribe to mdhilhealth to stay up to date on sex and health information. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What my mother told me about periods?
 
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Getting your period is stressful enough but when it involves your crush or wearing white pants, it can be extra traumatic! Here, girls reveal their most OMG!-worthy period moments!  Children as young as nine are often burdened with cramps, heavy flow and severe mood swings. Menstruation is a completely natural part of life, but most girls are inducted into puberty with feelings of shame. It's unbelievably upsetting to discover how poorly we treat young girls — kids, really — going through this biological phenomenon that is no fault of their own. Don't worry. You're in good company. Many girls feel the same way. It's scary and exciting to go through puberty. It's not just the physical changes but all the social changes you go through too. Puberty is new – you don't have all the answers, but the adults around you probably do. Don't be afraid to ask. Do you have a first period story? You are not alone. Watch these girls sharing their first period stories and do share yours too.  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What is Body Dysmorphic Disorder
 
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Anxiety is one of the major symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder. So what is Body Dysmorphic Disorder? This condition is also known as the BDD and is a serious anxiety disorder.None of us are completely happy with the way we look. While some of you don’t like your nose, others are not greatly happy with the shape of your lips. And though you fret about these things all the time, it does not really affect your daily lives, right? Ok, so before we I tell you more about today’s topic, let’s talk a bit about body types. Body types almost always influences how you respond to your diet and exercises. And female body types into: Straight body type – women with same sized bust and hips,Spoon body type – women with hips larger than bust,Pear body type – women with bust smaller than hips,Hourglass body type – women with well-defined waist and same sized bust and hips,"Oval body type – women with narrow hips, waist larger than bust and hips", So, now that you’ve learnt more about body types, have you ever actually analyzed your body on these lines? No, right? Well, normally most people won’t. However, there are some who actually worry about their flaws or what they consider flaws for hours every day. This is a condition called body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). People with this disorder have no control over their thoughts that are mostly negative. They find fault with their hair, skin, nose, chest or stomach. These negative thoughts cause so much stress that they suffer from low-esteem, alienate themselves from family, friends and social situations. In severe cases, people with this disorder may even go through plastic surgeries to correct their perceived imperfections. Those suffering from BDD display most of these symptoms: Too much exercising,Checking in the mirror or avoiding it altogether,Too many surgeries,Picking the skin,Excessive grooming or,Comparing themselves with others’ bodies, So, if any of your friends or family members are unreasonably obsessed with their body or talk incessantly about the non-existent imperfections, it would be good idea to seek medical help! New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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India Reacts: PMS - What is it?
 
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PMS – What is it? All the women (and many men) will know that there a are a few days in a month when a women should not be messed with! She's grumpy, irritable and most likely in pain. Here's shedding some light on the infamous PMS. Women and PMS If you are a woman and you have started menstruating, you will likely have experienced some physical and emotional changes each month before your menstrual periods begin, which may impact your health and behaviour. Taken together, this collection of symptoms is known as premenstrual symptoms or premenstrual syndrome (PMS). The actual experience and intensity of symptoms may vary from woman to woman and some may not have symptoms at all. PMS may start a couple of days or even one or two weeks before menstruation starts. Mentally, women may undergo various mood swings and can turn out angry, frustrated, confused and depressed. Some women may want to be isolated from family and friends. Some women may crave for food while others may be reluctant to eat anything during these days. Some of the foods you may crave may actually not make you feel better, so keep track of your body’s response to food in the time before and during your periods. Your periods are not an excuse to eat poorly. The actual cause of PMS is still unknown to doctors but factors like hormonal changes inside the body, diet and hereditary or genetic factors can affect symptoms of PMS. Chances of severe PMS increase in those women whose mother also suffers from severe PMS. Because of this, it is important to talk to your mother about her experience with her periods and whether the doctor has ever given her advice about them. Remember that your periods result when your body recognizes that it is not pregnant and sheds the blood-rich lining of the uterus so that it can start to grow again should you become pregnant in the next month. As such, many hormonal cycles change around the time of your periods, which can cause various emotional and behavioral changes. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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Sanitary Napkins: Menstruation & Periods 101
 
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Alright, so it’s finally that time of your life…when you first start menstruating and have to start using a sanitary pads. I know getting your period can be nerve racking, but its something EVERY GIRL goes through. Well, now when you first start your period, many girls opt for a pad since it may be the easiest before trying out a tampon. So luckily using a sanitary napkin is super simple, but let me just break down the different types. Thickness: Thinner pads for periods are generally used for your lighter days. Absorbency - On the box of the pad it will tell you what the absorbency level is- obviously you’ll want something more absorbent on your heavier days, like a maxi pad. Shape: Since there are different types of underwear there are different pads. However, pads are usually built for normal underwear, not thongs. There are specific thong underwear pads but they are basically pantyliners which means you should only wear them on your super light days. Similarly, there are night time pads that are made longer, for when you are lying down. Style: Wings vs no wings. Wings are those little stick pieces on the side of your pads that stick around your underwear. They ensure that your pad stays in place and doesn’t lodge to the side. Personal preference here. Okay so now that we got that out of the way, how do you put a pad on? 1. So you can start by either sitting down or standing but pull your underwear down just below your knees. 2. Remover the pad from the wrapper. You may want to keep it later to dispose of. Never EVER throw a pad in the toilet. They don’t flush. 3. Remove the thin stick strip from the back. That is the part that goes down into your panties and place the pad directly beneath your vagina. You don’t want to have it up the front or too far back. 4. To remove, just pull the pad off your underwear. Remember to change your pad every few hours Now a pad can be a bit restrictive so you may want to wear looser clothes. Either way, the pad follows the curve of your body so it wont be visible. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What are Fibroids? Causes, symptoms and treatment of fibroids
 
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Learn what fibroids are! They are non cancerous growths that can affect many women. Shilpa explains the causes, symptoms and treatment of fibroids. New video every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What are fibroids Fibroids are non-cancerous growth in the muscle walls of the uterus. Excess weight, high blood pressure are the major risk factors. What Causes fibroids? The causes of fibroids are unknown! Actually, the growth of fibroids depends on the oestrogen levels in the body. Signs of fibroids Lower abdomen pain Lower Back pain Painful sex Increased urine frequency Treatment for fibroids Getting on birth control pill or IUD, sometimes a surgery may be required. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 (India Based Number) Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
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How Periods Occur in Women - The Naked Truth | Her Body
 
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Menstruation and periods occur in all females, but how does a period start? What happens in your body when you are menstruating once a month? Shilpa explains the reproductive menstruation cycle. New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 55708 HerBody mDhil
What is the Female Reproductive System - The Naked Truth | Her Body
 
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Learn how the female reproductive system works with a quick anatomy lesson on your genitals and internal sex organs. Understand the different functions of your body. New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Exclusives for Women: http://www.facebook.com/mdhildiva Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil Tweet Shilpa! http://www.twitter.com/hayyshilpa
Views: 29748 HerBody mDhil
India Reacts | What is Anorexia?
 
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And we're back with yet another episode and this time we asked people - what is anorexia? People who have anorexia have an intense fear of gaining weight. They severely limit the amount of food they eat and can become dangerously thin. Anorexia affects both the body and the mind. It may start as dieting, but it gets out of control. You think about food, dieting, and weight all the time. You have a distorted body image. Other people say you are too thin, but when you look in the mirror, you see your body as overweight. Anorexia usually starts in the teen years. It's much more common in females than males. Early treatment can be effective. The earlier it is treated, the better the chances someone can recover from anorexia. Untreated anorexia can lead to starvation and serious health problems, such as bone thinning (osteoporosis), kidney damage, and heart problems. Some people die from these problems. If you or someone you know has anorexia, get help right away. The longer this problem goes on, the harder it is to overcome. Over time and with treatment, a person with anorexia can feel better and stay at a healthy weight. Eating disorders are complex, and experts don't really know what causes them. But they may be due to a mix of genetics, family behaviours, social factors, and personality traits. You may be more likely to have anorexia if: Other people in your family have an eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia nervosa. You have a job or do a sport that stresses body size, such as ballet, modeling, or gymnastics. You are the type of person who tries to be perfect all the time, never feels good enough, or worries a lot. You are dealing with stressful life events, such as divorce, moving to a new town or school, or losing a loved one. People who have anorexia often strongly deny that they have a problem. They don't see or believe that they do. It's usually up to their loved ones to get help for them. If you are worried about someone, you can look for certain signs. People who have anorexia: Weigh much less than is healthy or normal. Are very afraid of gaining weight. Refuse to stay at a normal weight. Think they are overweight even when they are very thin. Deny the seriousness of their low body weight. Base their self-esteem on how they view their body weight and shape. Their lives become focused on controlling their weight. They may: Obsess about food, weight, and dieting. Strictly limit how much they eat. Exercise a lot, even when they are sick. Vomit or use laxatives or water pills (diuretics) to avoid weight gain. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?... Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 5645 HerBody mDhil
India Reacts: What do you think of masturbation?
 
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So, this time in our series on funny pranks we asked people "what do you think of masturbation!" And some of the answers we got are unbelievable! Watch this video for a few laughs and do tell us - What do YOU think of masterbation!! New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
Views: 10686 HerBody mDhil
India Reacts | How to say no to sex?
 
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And we're back with yet another episode and this time we asked people - how to say no to sex? With the increase of sex "commercialization", more and more people feel pressured every day to take part in sex—especially premarital sex. You will probably find yourself in a situation at one point or another when you will want to decline the offer. It may be against your religious beliefs. You may simply want to wait until you are married. Or, you simply are not ready to have sex with your boyfriend or girlfriend just yet. Whatever the scenario may be, here are some tips to help you say "no" with maturity and grace. Tell your significant other how you feel before you find yourself in the heat of the moment. Sex is certainly not an area to rush in to. Without taking proper precautions, the consequences can impact the rest of your life. Don't give in to societal peer pressure. Don't fall under the impression that just because "everyone else is doing it", that you should do it too. Remember that many people are all "talk", and may brag about how much sex they may be getting, when the truth is only a fraction of what they are actually telling you. Their insincerity in the matter is not a worthwhile reason to change your beliefs altogether. Don't give in to pressure from your significant other. If they say, "If you really loved me you would", you must recognize that they are most likely trying to manipulate you. Manipulation, particularly when it comes to sex, is not a sign of a healthy relationship, and you should reconsider your relationships standing. If your significant other truly cares about you, he or she will respect your wish not to rush into sex. Defend your reasons for not wishing to have sex. Here are some reasons to defend your argument: "I don't want to risk an STD." Sexually transmitted diseases are more common than meets the eye. While your chances of making contact with an individual with AIDS or HIV may be slimmer, realize that there are many other threats. Some of these include gonorrhea, syphilis, and genital herpes. "I don't want to risk getting pregnant." Even if you are practicing sex safe sex and utilising proper contraception, pregnancy is still a very realistic outcome. It is a serious matter, especially when you are not ready for it. Having a child can impact your life tremendously by costing not only your money, but also your time. It also gives rise to many other contemporary moral issues, such as deciding whether to keep the baby, or to undergo an abortion. "I want to wait until I'm married." Whether a personal preference or a religious requirement, there is nothing wrong with preserving the sanctity of sex by waiting until you are married. Even if you are married, you are still in control regarding when and how often you would like to have sex. Talk about your concerns with your partner ahead of time. "I want to respect my parents' wishes." Remember that pregnancy is a life-altering experience. It will not only affect you, but also your family. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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India Reacts | How to deal with a jealous boyfriend?
 
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And we're back with yet another episode and this time we asked people - How to deal with a jealous boyfriend? One of the most common reasons that girls break up with their boyfriends is that these guys become more and more jealous, controlling and possessive. Male jealousy can have many forms, and handling it can be a serious challenge for the women they date.  Some guys are so jealous and controlling that they don’t even let their girlfriends go out on their own with their friends, because they are afraid that some other guy will seduce her and take her away. Other guys tell their girlfriends what to wear, how to keep their hair, who to hang out with, what to eat, and otherwise trying to control their life. A woman who is in a relationship with a jealous and controlling guy will sooner or later feel very unhappy and even suffocated. As a result, she will start losing interest and attraction for that guy. This is because women love and respect confidence, and jealousy as well as being controlling is one of the most prominent signs of lack of the most unattractive insecurity. Then, the break-up will surely be inevitable. Ironically, the stronger the guy’s feelings are toward the girl he is with, and the fewer girls he has been with, the more jealous he is likely to be. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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Estrogen Levels In Women | Her Body
 
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Understand how estrogen levels in women work. Both women and men have hormones testosterone and estrogen, but learn why! New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Questions? [email protected] 9901872779 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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India Reacts | Can oral sex get you pregnant?
 
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And we're back with yet another episode and this time we asked people - Can oral sex get you pregnant? No, it's not possible to get pregnant from oral sex alone. Sperm must get into the vagina — and eventually up through the cervix into the uterus. If a couple has vaginal sex, the girl could get pregnant. And while getting pregnant isn't a possibility with oral sex, getting a sexually transmitted disease (STD) — such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, warts, herpes, or HIV — is. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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Myth 4 - You can’t get pregnant the first time you have sex
 
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It is a common myth that you can't get pregnant the first time you have unprotected sex. This is simply not true. There is always a possibility that you will get pregnant if you have unprotected sex – even the very first time. A girl gets pregnant when a guy’s sperm fertilizes her egg. The sperm and egg don’t care how many times you’ve had sex before. The only certain way to not get pregnant is by not having sex. If you are having unprotected sex and don't want to get pregnant, you will need to choose a method of contraception that will suit you. Let us know what you think in the comments below!  Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What Are Pre Menopause Symptoms?
 
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Learn all about early menopause including the signs and symptoms when your body is going through early menopause. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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Kegel exercises to strengthen pelvic floor muscles
 
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kegel exercises consist of repeatedly contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor. Let say you are going to urinate, as you are peeing the muscles you can squeeze to stop the urine mid stream, well those are your kegel muscles. Side note, you shouldn’t be doing that frequently when you are going pee, that’s not good for you. Squeeze and contracting these muscles regularly are actually really good for women to regain some pelvic strength, especially if you have gone through pregnancy and childbirth, been overweight and aging. Also, if you have frequent urination, exercises can help control that Now theres a sexual component comes from a study that indicates women doing pelvic floor exercises were orgasming easier and more intensely but the verdict is still out on that one. However, the benefits of pelvic floor exercises are great for small bladder and urine issues. . And they are easy to do, you can literally be doing them “RIGHT NOW.” you can incorporate them into your daily routine, 3x times a day, whether you are watching tv or at your desk. What are Kegel exercises? In the late 1940s, a doctor called Arnold Kegel developed special exercises to deal with stress incontinence (the inability to control natural discharges of urine or faeces) during pregnancy and after delivery. While stress incontinence is temporary and reversible, many experts believe that Kegel exercises may prevent and reduce some types of incontinence in people of all ages and both sexes. The idea behind these exercises is to strengthen the vaginal, urinary and anal muscles. Thus Kegel exercises are prescribed to overweight or menopausal women where urinary incontinence may be a problem. As an added benefit, these exercises can also boost your sex life as toned muscles make sexual intercourse less painful and more pleasurable. How to do Kegel exercises Here are some easy exercises you can try for yourself: When passing urine, try to stop the flow mid-stream. You are using the front part of the pelvic muscles around the urinary and vaginal area to do this. Count to three, then relax and restart the flow. Practise this repeatedly. Imagine you are trying to hold back a bowel movement by tightening the pelvic muscles around the anus. Do this without tightening the muscles of your legs, buttocks or abdomen. Keep trying till you get it right. Now try tightening the pelvic muscles from back to front and count to four slowly. Then release them. Do 100 repetitions, thrice a day. It will take just about two minutes each time. Remember, if you are doing this during pregnancy or after childbirth, do as many as you can. You can do these exercises while sitting, standing or lying down. Waiting in line at the supermarket? Now’s the time to do these exercises! Repetition will work wonders and you will see the difference after just a few weeks. Ask your gynaecologist if you have any doubts or to check that your technique is correct. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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Facial and Back Hair On Girls During Puberty | Her Body
 
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Shilpa talks about how body and facial hair is quite normal among girls during puberty. She also explains the causes and symptoms of facial hair growth in girls. New Video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Her Body sheds light on a variety of health issues that affect women and teens including sex education, dating and relationships, and reproductive health. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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What's “Normal” When It Comes To Pubic Hair?
 
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Pubic Hair Normal Dealing with pubic hair can be a tricky business. Firstly, it's awkward and embarrassing to ask friends or family for their opinion and advice - you can't exactly walk up to your pal and ask "waxing or shaving?" And secondly, you need to be very careful about how you handle that oh-so-sensitive of regions, as razor burns, ingrown hairs, and other forms of unpleasantness can result from poorly handled pubic hair. Thankfully, this handy guide will give you the complete lowdown on how to deal with that pesky pubic hair, whether you're a girl or a guy. Wash hair with a gentle soap. It's not just the hair on your head that needs washing -- your pubic hair needs a little love and attention too. Every time you take a shower or bath, use a gentle, fragrance-free soap to wash the pubic hair. Be gentle -- pulling the hair down there can hurt! Your regular shampoo or body wash is too harsh to use on the sensitive skin down south, so don't put it anywhere near your pubic region. Use an uncolored, non-fragrant bar of soap reserved specifically for that area. Don't rub it directly on the pubic hair - lather it up on your hands first. Also be very careful to avoid getting soap on or inside genitals, as it can cause irritation and itchiness. This is especially important for women, as even the gentlest soap can upset the PH balance of the vagina, leading to inflammation or infection. Keep hair trimmed short. Even if hair removal isn't your style, you'll probably want to keep your pubic hair looking neat. The best way to do this is to give yourself a haircut! The best instrument to use is a small nail scissors, preferably one with blunted ends. This will allow you the greatest maneuverability and least chance of cutting yourself. Just be sure to set it aside, somewhere private, for pubic hair use only. Don't use large scissors, as these can be awkward (and therefore more dangerous) to use. You can use an ear or nose hair trimmers in a pinch, but make sure it has a guard you can place over the blades to protect yourself. Never use an electric razor with rotating heads, as these are painful to use in the pubic region. To trim the pubic hair, pull the hair away from the body and slowly and carefully snip it away, as close to the skin as you feel comfortable with. If you prefer, run a comb through the hair first, then snip the hair protruding through the fingers of the comb. You will have to rely on feel for most of the trimming process, though you should visually check your progress with a hand-held mirror at regular intervals. Make sure that you clean up any fallen hair after you're done trimming, as leaving pubic hairs lying around the bathroom (especially a shared one) is a major faux pas. If possible, do your trimming over the toilet bowl, that way you can easily flush away any fallen hairs when you're done. Many think trimming is the best way to do it, as a lot of people think full is gross, and shaved is like a child. Shave the hair. Shaving is probably the most common option when it comes to pubic hair removal, as it is cheap, easy, relatively painless, and embarrassment free. You will need some gentle, unfragranced shaving cream or gel (both men and women should use a women's shaving cream, as it is the gentlest), preferably one designed specifically for removing pubic hair, and a new razor (dull blades will be less effective and can cause irritation). First, trim the hair from the areas you intend to shave -- you can choose to just remove the hair around the bikini or brief line, or you can go the whole hog and remove it all. Razors work best and cause the least pulling and irritation on short hair, so aim to trim the hair to about 1⁄4 inch (0.6 cm) in length. Soften the hair using hot water in the bath or shower for 3 to 5 minutes before you shave. Alternatively, you can apply a warm compress to the area to achieve the same effect. Apply your chosen shaving cream to the area, taking care to avoid the genitals. It may be wise to test the shaving cream on a small patch of skin 24 hours before shaving, as some creams may cause an allergic reaction. Pull the skin around your pubic area taut using your free hand -- shaving works best on flat surfaces. Begin shaving, without applying any pressure to the razor (if you need to apply pressure, your razor is too dull). Shaving upwards (against the direction of hair growth) will give you the closest, smoothest shave, while shaving downwards (with the hair growth) will minimize irritation for people with sensitive skin and reduce the risk of developing ingrown hairs. Once you've removed the desired amount of hair, wash the area thoroughly with warm water to remove any cream, pat the area dry with a clean towel, then apply a soothing lotion to reduce irritation. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/herbody1?sub_confirmation=1 Like us! http://www.facebook.com/mdhil Tweet us! http://www.twitter.com/mdhil
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