Patient Education (Feed from SexHealthMatters.org)
A woman’s acceptance of her body and the quality of her relationship with her sex partner may influence her overall sexual function, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia in Canada have found a link between glaucoma and erectile dysfunction (ED) – the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for intercourse.
How might a man’s sexual issue affect the sexuality of his female partner? A new study by Italian scientists suggests that the way women perceive their partner’s sexual interest could be a factor.
Everyday anxieties – and more formally diagnosed anxiety disorders - can have an impact on our sexual function.
Would it surprise you to learn that an estimated 10% to 40% of women have trouble reaching orgasm? And that some women have never had an orgasm at all? The clinical term is anorgasmia and it troubles many women.
Characterized by chronic pain, endometriosis can make sexual activity difficult for many couples. Fortunately, there are ways to cope...
SexHealthMatters.org Did You Know?
In the first year after a heart attack, younger women tend to have more sexual problems than men do, according to scientists from the University of Chicago.
Which sexual concerns are most common among new parents?
A recent study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior revealed that American millennials seem to be having less sex than their Generation X counterparts did at the same age.