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Does a Man’s Sexual Interest Affect His Partner’s Sexual Function?

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.

Dapoxetine is Safe and Effective for Premature Ejaculation, Study Says

A drug called dapoxetine is a safe, effective method for treating premature ejaculation (PE), according to a team of Turkish researchers.

Men with Penile Implants Seem Satisfied With Treatment

Men who receive penile implants for erectile dysfunction (ED) appear to be more satisfied with their treatment compared to those who try other therapies, according to a new study published in Andrology.

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Orgasm Problems: What Can Women Do?

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.

Endometriosis and Sex

Characterized by chronic pain, endometriosis can make sexual activity difficult for many couples. Fortunately, there are ways to cope...

Sex After Heart Attack – Is it Safe?

The good news is that sex after a heart attack is usually safe. However, there are still reasons to be concerned, and that’s what we’ll talk about today. Let’s look at some common questions.

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Types of Contraceptives May Influence Sexual Desire

In a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study, American researchers took a closer look at how hormonal contraceptives affect sexual desire.

Benevolent Sexism and Female Orgasm

Women’s orgasms might be influenced by a type of sexism called “benevolent sexism.”

Soft Drinks Might Be Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

Studies have shown a possible connection between drinking soft drinks and erectile dysfunction (ED).