Patient Education

Patient Education (Feed from News

Sex is OK After Heart Attack, Study Suggests

The odds of having a heart attack after sex are low.

Changes in Immune System of Sexually Active Women May Help Fertility

Remaining sexually active throughout her menstrual cycle may help a woman’s odds of conceiving, even if she’s not ovulating.

ED After Transperineal Prostate Biopsy Generally Improves Within 3-6 Months

Sometimes, men develop erectile dysfunction (ED) after a transperineal prostate biopsy. However, new research shows that such ED is usually temporary and that erections don’t typically worsen three to six months after biopsy. Blog

Erection Concerns After Prostate Biopsy

Some men do develop erectile dysfunction (ED) for a time after a prostate biopsy. But not all do. Let’s look at this topic more closely.

Sex and Low Back Pain

An estimated 34% to 84% of men have sex less often because of low back pain.

Quitting Smoking May Improve Erections

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. Did You Know?

Weight Loss Surgery Might Normalize Low Testosterone

Undergoing a common type of weight-loss surgery could help bring testosterone levels back to normal in obese men, research suggests.

Feeling Depressed After Sex

Women with postcoital dysphoria (PCD) may feel depressed, anxious, or argumentative after sex, even if they enjoyed the encounter.

Over 20% of Female Undergraduates are Sexually Assaulted, Survey Reports

Sexual assault is not uncommon on American college campuses, according to a recent survey by the Association of American Universities.