A recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that women in the United States generally have positive perceptions of lubricants and prefer penile-vaginal intercourse to feel wet rather than dry.
Penile rehabilitation programs (PRPs), particularly those that include phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (PDE5Is), are effective in helping men regain or maintain erectile function after bilateral nerve-sparing robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP), according to a study published in BJU International in December.
Researchers from Taiwan have discovered a significant correlation between women’s sexual function and the erectile function of their male partners.
While sexual problems are common among colorectal cancer patients, they are not necessarily caused by surgical treatment, Dutch researchers report. The patients may already have sexual issues before surgery.
Men may be less likely to give up on phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5s) for treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) if their erections become more rigid, American researchers have found.
Men who earn less than their wives are about 10% more likely to take medication for erectile dysfunction (ED) than male breadwinners in the same age group, according to a study published last month in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.