Does restoration of erectile function after prostate cancer surgery equal overall sexual satisfaction? Not necessarily, according to a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
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The study investigated whether baseline hormone levels play a role in sexual response to the PDE5i tadalafil in men with LUTS-BPH and ED. The researchers concluded that baseline total testosterone levels do not impact the response of tadalafil in these men.
A recent survey of 100 members of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) provided some insight on the prevalence of adverse events associated with intralesional injections of collagenase clostridium histolyticum (CCH) – a nonsurgical option for treating Peyronie’s disease.
Men who have survived childhood cancer are at higher risk for erectile dysfunction (ED), according to an American research team.
Developing positive thoughts about penetration and improving communication between sex partners could help women with provoked vestibulodynia.
New research suggests that in older men with low testosterone and coronary artery disease, testosterone replacement therapy might protect against cardiovascular events like heart attacks, strokes, and death.