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Study Examines Efficacy, Side-Effects of PDE5 Inhibitors

Swiss and Dutch scientists reviewed 154 published studies on the effectiveness and side effects of seven different ED drugs classified as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors.

PTSD and Sexual Problems are Linked, Study Says

Sexual problems are often found in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A recent study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine has examined the reasons why.

Gene Therapy Could Shine Light on Erectile Dysfunction

Years from now, men with erectile dysfunction (ED) might be able to get an erection simply by shining a blue light on their penis. Blog

For Parents: When Your Child is Intersex

The word “intersex” refers to disorders of sex development (DSDs) – when a fetus develops differently from a typical male or female.

Discussing Erectile Dysfunction with Your Doctor

Why should men talk to their doctor about ED?

Exercise for Better Erections

What if we told you exercise could improve your erections? Did You Know?

Depression is Common in Men with Low Testosterone

Many men with borderline low testosterone also have symptoms of depression, according to researchers from George Washington University.

Sjögren’s Syndrome Can Cause Vaginal Dryness and Painful Intercourse for Women

Many women with Sjögren’s syndrome experience vaginal dryness and painful intercourse.

Sex Addicts and Gambling Addicts Share Some Common Traits

What do sex addicts and people with gambling disorder have in common?