Read this and spare yourself the post-coital panic.  "Where is the condom?"

Before you panic:
"That condom is not lost forever," assures Dr Helen, a sexual health expert from Mulago. "Relax to prevent tensing up and down there and take 10 deep breathes to calm you.

Put one foot on the bath and squat down, tilting your pelvis upwards so you can reach the condom with your fingers. Or. Let your partner have a go at it.

Plan B:
See a Gynecologist or nurse and they can use a speculum to retrieve it. Also, its best to go within 72 hours of having sex so you can get emergency contraception and an STI test while you are at it.

"He's bleeding!"

Before you panic
Well, you are probably not the most panicked person in the room. He is. "It is probably a snapped frenulum (the ridge of skin that joins the head of the penis to the fore skin)," explains Helen.

Most shops are rammed with reveal-all fashion outfits that you want to wear but are afraid to try out because your tummy needs attention.

If you would to get a flat tummy fast, just follow our steps and banish your belly at a record speed.


Get fruity.
Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain that aids digestion. If one regularly drinks pineapple juice, it speeds up their metabolism. So, switch from orange to pineapple juice in the morning.

Curb carbs.
Potatoes, wheat and other starchy carbs produce gas long after we have eaten them. Danish researchers found that dieters who ate more protein and less carbs lost 10% more belly fat than those who ate carbs alone.

So, swap carbs for protein. But that doesn't mean you have to go the whole Atkins hog. Eat your normal amount and fill up on lean meat, fish and diary.

Let's face it, bad breath is embarrassing. The good news is that for the most part (with proper dental care) bad breath, also called halitosis, can be avoided.

Maintaining good oral health is essential to reducing bad breath, as bacteria that builds up on the back of your tongue or in between your teeth is the main culprit.

Bad breath can be caused by foods, smoking, dry mouth, medical conditions, gum disease and sinus conditions.

If your halitosis hangs on for more than 24 hours without an obvious cause, call your dentist or doctor. It can be a sign of gum disease, gastrointestinal problems, sinus infection, bronchitis or even more serious diseases such as diabetes, liver or kidney failure, and cancer. Bad breath can also be a sign of dehydration or zinc deficiency.
The best approach is to get rid of it once and for all:

1. Clean your mouth thoroughly and regularly to get rid of bacteria and decaying food particles. Clean your tongue too and floss where chunks of food may hide and later stick to your gums and teeth.

2. Keep your mouth moisturized. A dry mouth tends to become stinky. Saliva physically washes bacteria and food particles away and also has antiseptic and enzymes that kill bacteria,
If you have to meet your partner, chew sugar-less