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Want to have a child? Here are the hormones that matter

This is the first of a two-part series on the importance of hormonal balance for getting pregnant.

Ask Dr G

The male pill

I read with interest your recent articles about the different condoms for maximizing pleasure and minimizing risks. I understand you have been “forced” to try out the various options; hope the “research” has not been to hard on you.

Living

Tell me about... Menstrual cycle weight gain

Hormonal influences during a menstrual cycle can lead to water retention, and that reflects as weight gain.

Wellness

Not fertile anymore

Are you having difficulty becoming pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term, following the birth of one or more biological children?

Living

The iodine in women’s health

A higher risk of breast disease has been found to coincide with low iodine intake.

Wellness

Ready to finally quit smoking? These tips will really help you out

The best thing you can do for your heart is to quit smoking, here's what you can do.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

Conceiving twins

It is only a myth that vigorous sex or multiple attempts can lead to the conception of twins.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

How to conceive in the Year of the Rooster

Couples are generally advised to have more intercourse during the “Fertile Window”.

AseanPlus News

Private hospital sued over false claims about ‘natural’ method for conceiving twins

BEIJING: A hospital in eastern China that claims it can help women increase their chance of conceiving twins using natural methods has been sued for misleading advertising, Chinese media reported.

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Living with a partner with HIV

The first day of December every year for the last three decades has been designated as World AIDS Day. Apart from raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic and mourning for those who died of the disease since 1988, World AIDS Day has also done a great deal in fundraising for research and reducing taboo in the subject of this sexually transmitted infection.