This study compared the outcomes and satisfaction rates for two types of implant in patients with Peyronie’s Disease and ED.
Archives for January 2018
Men who receive penile implants after radical prostatectomy are generally satisfied with their sexual function, according to a new study of Australian men.
Vaginismus, a painful gynecological condition, is often associated with sexual abuse and relationship conflict, but a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study suggests that these pathways may not be as prominent as originally thought.
Transgender men who undergo testosterone therapy as part of their female-to-male transition might experience more anger than they did before therapy, according to a new Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
Men who take a fixed-dose combination of dutasteride and tamsulosin to manage urinary symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate could be more likely to experience ejaculatory disorders, according to a recent study in BJU International.
Obesity is a serious health issue that contributes to a wide range of medical problems, including sexual dysfunction. But how, exactly, does obesity affect sex?