Pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) may improve erectile function and climacturia in men who have undergone prostatectomy, according to Belgian researchers.
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While premature ejaculation (PE) has been the focus of much medical research, less is known about other types of ejaculatory disorders. A recent study by a team of U.S. scientists reveals that such disorders are common and, for over two-thirds of men, quite distressing.
Middle-aged and older patients with type 2 diabetes are often not sexually active, but they may still have sexual concerns, according to Danish researchers.
Many American women engage in heterosexual anal intercourse (HAI), but are less likely to use condoms during these activities when compared to vaginal intercourse, according to American researchers.
This study is a meta-analysis intended to clarify the association of OSA and sexual dysfunction.
Measuring the penis in an erect state, rather than a flaccid one, is a more accurate way to determine length and girth, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.