Thursday, November 18, 2010

Quality or Quantity?

Would you rather have better sex or lots of sex?

The best answer here would be lots of better sex but that's not the option I'm giving you. More isn’t always better. When you focus on quality instead of quantity you will spend more time on each other. When you spend more time trying to please one another your chances for orgasm greatly increase. Let’s be honest when sex is better you are more likely to have more of it and something that we can all be thankful for this holiday season.

Try out some new sex positions that will have you and your partner giving thanks well beyond Thanksgiving.

If you are feeling really saucy this Thanksgiving you can always try the Turkey Baster! For proper turkey basting have your partner lie on the bed and fold their legs up so they cover her face. Squat over your partner, facing away from them and penetrate in either her anus or her vagina. Move up and down baste that turkey! GOBBLE GOBBLE!!!!!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Plan B, C, D, E and F?

Is it dangerous to take plan B more than once in a week?

Plan B (the morning after pill) is made up of a hefty dose of hormones so it depends on why you want to take it again. If you took Plan B within 120 hours of having unprotected sex then you followed the directions correctly and you have a good chance that you won't become pregnant. I would NOT take it again "just to make sure." However if for some reason you had unprotected sex again after you took the first dose of Plan B then you can take it again but it will cause some abdominal cramping, nausea, possible spotting, irregular period, you make skip a period all together until your system gets back on track and regulated.

Plan B is called Plan B for a reason ... there are a lot of Plan A's that you can use: don't have sex, condoms, birth control pills, diaphragm, IUD, sponge etc... Plan B is not and should not be taken as your only form of birth control. If you are concerned about becoming pregnant please see a doctor and discuss your birth control options, BE PROACTIVE!