Patient Education (Feed from SexHealthMatters.org)
New research suggests that non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) do not increase a man’s risk for erectile dysfunction (ED).
Some may think that women have less sex as they get older, but new research suggests that isn’t necessarily so.
The pain of provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) makes sex difficult for many couples. But focusing on the type of sexual goals they share could improve satisfaction for both partners.
Studies have shown that men who smoke are more likely to develop ED. And the more a man smokes – both quantity and duration of time - the worse his ED tends to be.
It’s the first drug designed to treat acquired, generalized hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).
Last month, the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) issued a “Process of Care for the Assessment and Management of Testosterone Deficiency in Adult Men.”
SexHealthMatters.org Did You Know?
Having a vasectomy doesn’t slow down a man’s sex life. In fact, a vasectomized man could end up having slightly more sex than before.
Drinking two to three cups of coffee each day could reduce a man’s risk for erectile dysfunction (ED), research suggests.
Partners are unlikely to be bothered by genitals corrected for hypospadias.