How to choose my hormonal contraceptive?
A friendly guide
Worldwide almost 50% of pregnancies are unplanned and 50% of them result in abortions.
There is a great medical and psychological effort to reduce the rate of unwanted pregnancies worldwide.
So – let’s discuss how science can assist us in getting pregnant or avoiding pregnancy through different METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION.
NOTE – contraception success is measured here by success rate – the percentage of women that avoided pregnancy during the first year of usage.
Continue reading “Hormonal Contraception Methods” →
What is the monthly cycle?
The name ‘cycle’ originates from the historical connection to the different stages of the moon during the month, completing a full cycle every 28 days.
Continue reading “The Menustral Cycle” →
The uterus (or womb) rests in the pelvis, it is a hollow muscular organ, the size of a fist and it opens to two tubes on the sides. The purpose of the tubes is to transport eggs (and sperm) for fertilisation .
Continue reading “Female anatomy: part 2” →
Welcome to the Vaginalogue!
Our monthly Blog on women’s reproductive health.
Continue reading “Reproductive Health Blog with Dr. Yulia Wilk Goldsher” →
Let’s begin with some essential info about our external and internal female organs…
Vulva and vagina – What’s the difference?
Continue reading “Female anatomy: part 1” →
My name is Yulia Wilk Goldsher and I live near the sea with my partner Dani and our 3 beautiful girls.
Continue reading “Introduction with Dr. Yulia Wilk Goldsher” →