Without a doubt, office visits with an OB/GYN are among the most stressful health care procedures… especially for people on the autism spectrum. Because the OB/GYN environment is not often “ASD-friendly”, these individuals may avoid these visits altogether. This is unfortunate considering OB/GYN visits are essential in ensuring a person’s sexual and physical reproductive health. But little changes in your environment and your interactions can make a world of a difference. If you are an OB/GYN and caring for a patient on the autism spectrum, here are 6 things you need to know.
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Also tagged ASD, autism, birth control, developmental disabilities, genitals, OB/GYN, pap smear, pregnancy, sensory, sexuality, STD, vagina
To a woman who loves to receive flowers, the message that she gives off could not be more obvious. But no matter how wonderful a man can be, he sometimes doesn’t get the message. Here are 5 ways to tell that a woman loves flowers.
Talking about genitalia can be awkward. So why not add a little fun and comedy to the conversation by introducing the Wondrous Vulva Puppet?
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Also tagged ASD, clitoris, education, G-spot, genitals, girls, masturbation, scripts, sex talk, sexuality, vagina, vulva