Research on COVID-19 is ongoing, and scientists are still learning how the virus affects sexuality.
Lockdowns related to COVID-19 may have changed some sexual behaviors among young adults in the United Kingdom (UK), a recent Sexual Medicine study reports.
Having COVID-19 can greatly influence sexuality.
People with sexual dysfunction should be screened for lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), the results of a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study suggest.
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They might be less satisfied, but a willingness to compromise may improve the situation.
Physical, Mental and Sexual Health Among Transgender Women: A Comparative Study Among Operated Transgender and Cisgender Women in a National Tertiary Referral Network
Francesca Vedovo MD; Lisa Di Blas PhD; Francesco Aretus MD; Marco Falcone MD; Chiara Perin PsyD; Nicola Pavan MD; Michele Rizzo MD; Girolamo Morelli MD; Andrea Cocci MD; Chiara Polito MD; Giorgio Gentile MD; Fulvio Colombo MD; Massimiliano Timpano MD; Paolo Verze MD; Ciro Imbimbo MD; Carlo Bettocchi MD; Elisabetta Pascolo Fabrici MD; Alessandro Palmieri MD; Carlo Trombetta MD
Dyspareunia – painful intercourse – is common in gynecological cancer survivors. However, multimodal physical therapy could offer some relief, according to the authors of a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
When a woman becomes sexually stimulated, her body goes through both physical and mental processes to get her body ready for sex.
Men with mild-to-moderate erectile dysfunction (ED) may benefit from intracavernosal platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection therapy, a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study suggests.