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13 Reasons Why You Suffer From Burning After Sex

A burning sensation after having sex is a kind of dyspareunia which is also known as painful sexual intercourse. The most common reason it occurs is because of inadequate lubrication or excessive friction. Rarely, it may happen due to some critical...

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4 Ways Drinking Protein Shake Before Bed Is Good for You

Protein is beneficial for your body in a lot of ways as it helps lose weight, build muscle, and is good for your overall health. You can have it as a snack or for breakfast, and it is known to be important for your muscles if you take it after a...

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How Long Does Advil Last In The Body?

Advil is the brand name suggested for Ibuprofen, an NSAID – Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug. It is an over-the-counter pain medication used in treating gentle aches. A dose of 200 mg is easily available without a prescription; on the other...

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What To Do If You’re Bleeding after Sex with IUD Inside

Usually, slight bleeding after sex is considered normal and common amongst 9% of menstruating women. This happens because of skin irritation, increased friction caused by less lubrication or when it stretches after a long time, STDs, etc. However,...

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13 Reasons For Having Pain in the Collarbone and Neck

As per human anatomy, the collarbone, scientifically known as a clavicle, is an S-shaped, solid structure that connects the breastbone with your shoulder – i.e., sternum. Cartilage effectively joins the collarbone from both ends. Pain in the...

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