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Acupuncture May Provide Pain Relief for Women with Vulvodynia

Acupuncture could be a possible treatment for women with vulvodynia, according to a recent report in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Low Testosterone and Peyronie’s Disease

Testosterone levels don’t appear to affect the severity of Peyronie’s disease, according to researchers from the University of North Carolina.

FDA Announces Changes in Testosterone Labeling

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced new requirements in the labeling of prescription testosterone products.

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First Visit With the Gynecologist

Gynecologists specialize in women’s health. So there are many reasons to see one.

What is Sex Therapy Like?

Have you ever thought about seeing a sex therapist for help with a sexual problem?

Why Does Sex Feel So Good?

There are both physical and emotional reasons why sex provides such intense pleasure

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Dimensions of Sex Toys

When choosing a sex toy, such as a vibrator or dildo, it’s important to keep size in mind.

Veterans with PTSD Likely to Have Sexual Problems

U.S. veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often develop sexual problems, American researchers say.

More Research Needed on Sildenafil/Skin Cancer Risk

More research may shed light about a possible link between melanoma (a form of skin cancer) and sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra.