One of the most common issues I see in women who have just had a baby or who have school-aged children is a decrease in frequency and satisfaction with their sex life — either from lack of interest or lack of time. It’s a familiar complaint from couples, and one that can create conflict in the relationship. Since February is the month for love and romance, now’s an excellent time to learn how to reignite the spark with your partner.
Everyone (including our kids) has heard about the champion cyclist who finally admits to using performance enhancing drugs (PEDs), allegations of professional football players using PEDs to speed their recovery from injury, and professional baseball players who "juice-up" in order to throw and hit better.
As a Child Life Specialist in the Clinical Care Center, I work with patients of all ages and health care experiences, usually undergoing
Mayer Rokitansky Küster Hauser Syndrome (MRKH) occurs in 1/5000 girls with a 46XX karyotype and results in uterovaginal hypoplasia or agenesis. The etiology for this syndrome is unknown, but experts believe the cause is complex and multifactorial. This specific type of uterine malformation falls under the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s (formally American Fertility Society) Uterine Classification Scheme as Class I.