During the COVID-19 pandemic, people with type 2 diabetes who report decreased sexual function are more likely to have alexithymia, anxiety, and depression according to a recent study of Turkish subjects in Sexuality and Disability.
Continuing Collagenase Clostridium Histolyticum Injections Among Initial Nonresponders Results in Significant Curvature Improvements in the Majority of Peyronie’s Disease Men
Manaf Alom MBBS; Holli Burgon BS; Matthew Ziegelmann MD; Tobias Köhler MD; Sevann Helo MD; Landon Trost MD
Physically active women tend to have better sexual function, experts say. But only to a point.
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.
We’re really excited to welcome you to the 25th Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health in September 2021! https://was2021.org/programme