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Four reasons why every man must help his woman to an orgasm



The pleasure orgasm can cause can encourage females to have sex.

This may also promote bonding with a sexual partner, which does have significant evolutionary benefits.

But orgasms are pleasurable, and pleasure can be its own benefit. Pleasurable sex may improve a person’s mood, relieve stress, boost immunity, and foster better relationships.

Women do not need to orgasm to get pregnant. However, a limited body of evidence suggests that orgasms may boost fertility.

While it’s less comfortable for a woman to achieve an orgasm during sex than it is for a man to climax, it’s still possible. The woman can learn techniques to ensure she is receptive to having an orgasm, while her man can learn how to make sure her experience is all that she hopes for.

Apart from the immediate pleasure of a sexual climax and her joy for that, here’s a list of reasons why you should always try to make your woman orgasm every time you have sex.

  • You are the man

Facilitating her orgasms will help you keep her, and also decrease the risk of infidelity. You will no longer have to worry about the overly flirty male charmer in your friends’ circle. You are her rock star.

  • She will appreciate you for it

Women who have more frequent orgasms are more likely to rate their partners as more creative, as having a good sense of humour, and as high in self-confidence.

  • Make her more forgiving

Because of the surge of oxytocin, the ‘love hormone released during the ‘O’, she will not only bond with you better but also empathise more, that is, ‘understand your point of view better. This newfound understanding could go a long way in forgiving your drunken escapades.

  • Leave her wanting more

And most importantly she will not think of 101 excuses the next time you initiate sex.

SOURCE:Pulse Ghana




First dates: 6 foods you can buy to impress your partner



First dates are usually a big deal to both partners. If you are the one taking the other person out on that date, you might want to consider what to get that will impress him or her and still be budget friendly.

Please note that these suggestions are subjective and not exhaustive

· English breakfast

Whoever your date is, I’m sure they have had enough of ordinary breakfast; hausa koko and koose, tea and bread, tombrown, etc. It will be fun to allow them the opportunity to try something different, something like a full English breakfast. There are a lot of nice places you can get English breakfast here in Ghana and at reasonable prices. Who said dates should only be scheduled for evening hours?

· Ice cream

Going to an ice cream place for just ice cream is not a bad idea and is budget friendly as well. And by ice cream I don’t mean the ones vendors roam about with please; those will just disappoint your date. Taking him or her to a nice place where you can sit and talk over ice cream might cause them to fall even more!

· Pizza and drinks

You may think pizza is too cheesy a choice, but trust me, it has saved more dates than can be counted. Good thing is, it is affordable and quite common. All you need is a good drink to complement it and you both are good to go.

· Chicken and Fries

Chicken and fries are also a good meal choice for a first date if you ask me. If your date remains unimpressed should you order this, then they might be used to it, which is also not a bad anyway.

· Chinese food

Chinese food is also a great choice for a first date since it will be nice to try something different. Also, even if your partner does not enjoy the date, he or she will enjoy the food.

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5 facts about ovulation every woman should know



You should understand that a good knowledge of ovulation can increase your odds of conception.

There are important facts about ovulation every woman who intends to get pregnant should know.

Below are 5 facts about ovulation every woman needs to know

  • If you want to get pregnant, healthy ovulation is the key

Most women feel they can pregnant just because they are ovulating but that is actually wrong. Because you are ovulating isn’t a guarantee you would get pregnant; what is key to getting pregnant is healthy ovulation. Factors like healthy sperm, infertility due to STIs and healthy and unblocked fallopian tubes can affect a woman’s odds of getting pregnant.

  • You should have sex before you ovulate if you are trying to get pregnant

It’s important sex comes before and not after ovulation if you are trying to get pregnant. The ovulated eggs need to be fertilised within the first 12 to 24 hours after it is released so it is important you have sex before ovulating so the sperm would be ready and waiting for the egg. Sperm can remain viable for up to 5 days.

  • The number of eggs in the ovaries decreases with time

Most women think their bodies create new eggs monthly but that is so wrong. A woman is born with all the eggs she will ever have and there are about 2 million eggs at birth and the number drops to around 500, 000 when a woman reaches puberty. This is why women over the age of 35 have a higher risk of experiencing infertility and miscarriage.

  • Your desire for sex increases during ovulation

A woman’s desire for sex increases rapidly during ovulation. When a woman is most fertile, her libido rises.

  • Your health habits affect your eggs

It is important to know a woman’s health habits can have an effect in her ability to get pregnant and stay pregnant. It can also affect the future baby’s health. Folic acid is an important nutrient for women trying to conceive as low levels can increase the risk of miscarriage and birth defects

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Male infertility: 5 common myths you should stop believing



Sperm health depends on various factors, including quantity, movement and structure.

Fertility issues that involve the female reproductive system are often difficult to treat, but many of those linked to male infertility are receptive to changing health habits and lifestyle.

Male infertility is one of the many closet issues that people refrain from discussing, which lead to misconceptions.

Here are some common myths about male infertility that you should stop believing. Read on to know.

  • Infertility is not a male problem

Believe it or not, women are often subjected to criticism when it comes to infertility. But people forget that it takes two to make a baby, and men are equally responsible. People must understand that infertility is not a gender-specific problem and affects females as well as males. Male infertility depends on the quality and quantity of the sperm. Several studies have shown that most infertile men have a low sperm count or poor sperm quality.

  • Age doesn’t really matter when it comes to male fertility

Yes, we have often heard of men over 60 fathering children but that doesn’t make male fertility is age proof. Studies have shown that sperm quality in men declines after a certain age, which increases the chances of miscarriage and premature birth. However, the decline in fertility is much more rapid in women than in men, but it doesn’t mean that men can have children anytime they want. Their fertility would not be as good as it was in their initial years.

  • Men with low sperm count are helpless

While a low sperm count reduces the odds that any of the sperms will impregnate your partner, but there are treatments available for male infertility as well. The best thing to do is first connect with a fertility specialist who can recommend the best treatment for you by evaluating your situation. Many men with a low sperm count father a child by getting proper treatment.

  • Infertility and impotency are the same

Among many closet issues plaguing society, erectile dysfunction or male impotence is amongst the top few on the list. And many believe that impotency and infertility are the same. Well, they aren’t! Infertility refers to the inability to reproduce due to, whereas impotence refers to the inability to achieve an erection.

  • Lifestyle does not affect male fertility

Unhealthy lifestyle habits can affect the quality of the sperm as much as it affects the quality of the egg. Drinking, excessive smoking, substance abuse, wearing tight fitted underwear’s, exposure to harmful chemicals, and sexually transmitted diseases are some of the factors that may affect men’s fertility. Regardless of your gender, you must incorporate healthy lifestyle habits into your routine to avoid complications.

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