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Millions of people saw a dramatic example of this in the first episode of Blue Planet II, in which a ten-year-old female kobudai also known as an Asian sheepshead wrasse, Semicossyphus reticulatus changes into a male. After many months, the transformed male emerges from its lair larger than before, bearing testes, a huge bulbous forehead, and an aggressive nature. Now even larger than the existing dominant male it had previously mated with when female, the new male defeats the aged alpha in a violent battle for dominance. The footage is remarkable — but the transformation is actually not terribly unusual. Some like the kobudai change routinely from female to male.

3 Tips for Better Sex After Menopause

Facts and Myths About Sex After Menopause: Center for Women's Health: OB-GYNs

In the simplest of terms, menopause is the ceasing of menstruation. When not surgically induced, menopause is a natural process that starts, on average, in your 40s and ends by about age Menopause, along with the natural aging process accompanying it, does create physical and sometimes emotional changes that can alter your sex life. We can help uncover the truths about these changes and explain what you can do to overcome challenges you might face during this newest phase in your journey. The facts: Many women do report decreased sexual desire libido with menopause and the perimenopausal period leading up to it. Some women, however, report an increased libido while others report no change in their desire for sex. We can also help you work through the emotional aspects of menopause and the aging process itself.

What to Expect Before, During, and After a Colposcopy

Heavy periods, abnormal Pap tests, and pelvic pain are just a few reasons you might need a colposcopy. A colposcopy is a nonsurgical procedure that simply allows us to take a closer look at the tissues inside your vaginal area. Because we need to examine the tissues inside your vagina, anything that might contaminate or change that environment should be avoided for a couple of days before your colposcopy. Vaginal sex within 24 hours of your colposcopy could alter the results, so avoid intercourse the day before your procedure.
Discomfort during or after sex can significantly alter a woman's perspective and perceptions about her sexuality, as well as negatively impact her body image, mental and physical health, create intimacy issues between her and her partner and impact efforts to conceive when pregnancy is desired. Most common cause for painful sex around or after menopause is Vaginal Atrophy. Vaginal atrophy is a medical term used to describe the changes that happen to the vaginal mucosa due to the loss of the sex hormone called estrogen. The vaginal mucosa becomes thin and very dry and looses its elasticity. Most women start to use various lubricants over the counter to allow vaginal intercourse to happen normally and enjoyably.