In this episode of BuzzFeedVideo, Dr. Lisa Masterson and Dr. Kia Michel answer the most googled sex questions. Lisa is an obstetrician and gynecologist, while Kia is a urologist.
In case you did not know, obstetrics is the field of study that’s concentrated on pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period. Gynecology is the study dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems and the breasts. And, urology, also known as genitourinary surgery, is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the male and female urinate-tract system and the male reproductive organs.
Long story short, BuzzFeed invited professionals for this episode, so let’s see what they have to say about Google’s most popular sex questions.
Why is my vagina peeling?
It depends on whether you have the peeling on the outside or inside. It might just be a discharge. But, if your vagina is shedding layers, you definitely want to see your doctor about it. It might also be a sign of diabetes or a reaction to toxic irritants. Go see your doctor if you notice something unusual down there.
Why is my vagina swollen?
Usually, it’s the trauma that causes intense swelling, vigorous penetration or vigorous external rubbing. It could be a Bartholin’s cyst, or Bartholin’s abscess, both of which need to be drained by a doctor. If your vagina or lips are swollen, go see a doctor.
Why is my penis bleeding?
An STD might be the culprit behind it. If blood is coming out of your urethra, then there must be some sort of trauma to the urethra itself. If the urine is bloody, you have to have it checked at the doctor’s office to make sure there is not something more serious happening.
Why is my penis small?
Believe it or not, most men are roughly around the same size, which is about six inches. So, if you feel like you are small, you might actually be very average.
Should I have sex on my period?
If you and your partner are comfortable with it, then go ahead. Period sex could actually be when women have most orgasms, since they are well lubricated and their hormones are let down. Note that you could still get pregnant even on your period; so if you are going to have sex, make sure that you use some form of protection.
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