12 Women's Health Solutions to Have on Hand During Coronavirus (COVID-19) If You're Sexually Active by Dr. Mary Jane Minkin

Women's Health
2 years ago
12 Women's Health Solutions to Have on Hand During Coronavirus (COVID-19) If You're Sexually Active

With doctor offices being shut down for anything other than emergencies or diagnosing and treating coronavirus (COVID-19), women might be frustrated by their little or lack of access if they're experiencing non-urgent, but uncomfortable, issues. Here are 12 women's health solutions you may want to have on hand during COVID-19:

  • A three-month supply of prescriptions, including antibiotics (just in case for UTIs) and birth control pills.
  • Condoms to prevent STDs and unintended pregnancy.
  • Bottled water (2 to 3 liters to flush out bacteria and prevent infection).
  • Attain, which is a home, personal trainer for your pelvic floor to treat incontinence.
  • Vaginal moisturizer, like Replens, to eliminate vaginal dryness and painful sex postpartum, breastfeeding, in cancer treatment or menopause.

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
OK, this is truly helpful, practical info. So many of us will have health challenges outside of coronavirus, and we'll need to do more self-care at home. Thank you for this excellent info and great recommendations, Dr. Mary Jane Minkin ! We appreciate the insights you share with us.
Julie Rose
Really good to know all this, thanks.

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