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Scientists Explore Web-Based Educational Tools for Young Adults with Cancer

Adolescents and young adults with cancer could benefit from a web-based tool that helps them learn about sexuality and fertility, new research reports.

Prescriptions Too Costly for Many Cancer Survivors

Cancer survivors in the United States are more likely to leave their prescriptions unfilled than those without cancer, new research shows. The main reason? Cost.

Women With Overactive Bladder (OAB) at Higher Risk for Sexual Dysfunction

Women with overactive bladder (OAB) are prone to having sexual problems, scientists say. And for postmenopausal women, the severity of those problems is connected to the severity of their OAB.

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How Does Cancer Affect Men’s Sexual Health?

Higher cancer survival rates are good news. But with that good news comes adjustments. For sexual relationships, there can be challenges. In fact, of those 15 million people mentioned above, about 46% have sexual problems due either to cancer or the treatment of cancer.

Young Men and Erectile Dysfunction

Did you know that ED affects a significant number of younger men?

Need to Tone Your Pelvic Floor? Try Kegels!

Kegel exercises can improve both your urinary and sexual function.

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Prostate Cancer and Sex: Questions to Consider

Prostate cancer and its treatment can have a profound effect on a man’s sex life. There are physical issues to cope with (like erectile dysfunction and fatigue) as well as psychological and emotional ones (like depression and relationship changes).

Visual Porn Linked to Unrealistic Expectations in the Bedroom

Visual Porn Linked to Unrealistic Expectations in the Bedroom

BDSM Interests Many Adults, Survey Says

People who are curious about BDSM (bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism) are in good company.