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How long does it take a woman to reach orgasm?

How long does it take a woman to reach orgasm?

Sexual Health Topics: Women’s Sexual Health

All women are different, so the answer to this question varies. One woman may reach orgasm quickly. Another may need more time. And some women don’t reach orgasm at all.

What is outercourse?

What is outercourse?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

In general, the word outercourse refers to sexual activities that don’t involve penetration. However, the word can mean different things to different people.

How can people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) thrive sexually?

How can people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) thrive sexually?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic disease that can cause joint inflammation all over the body, particularly in the hands, knees, and feet. RA is also an autoimmune disease, which means the body’s immune system attacks its own healthy cells.

How can people with high blood pressure/hypertension thrive sexually?

How can people with high blood pressure/hypertension thrive sexually?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

High blood pressure (also called hypertension) can damage blood vessels in your body, including the genitals. It’s also linked to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which can cause your blood vessels to narrow and make it harder for blood to flow through.

How can people with asthma thrive sexually?

How can people with asthma thrive sexually?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

If you have asthma, you might be concerned about having symptoms, like shortness of breath, coughing, and wheezing, during sex.

Are men with anxiety disorders more likely to develop erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Are men with anxiety disorders more likely to develop erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Mental Health & Psychology, Sexual Health Management & Treatments

Yes, men with anxiety disorders might struggle with erections.

How can people with hemophilia thrive sexually?

How can people with hemophilia thrive sexually?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

Hemophilia, a bleeding disorder, occurs when the body has lower-than-normal levels of certain proteins that help clot blood. (These proteins are called clotting factors.) As a result, bleeding can be difficult to stop. Sometimes, it happens spontaneously.

Why might a person have one or both testicles removed?

Why might a person have one or both testicles removed?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Cancer & Sexual Health (Oncosexology), Sexual Health Management & Treatments, Sexual Orientation & LGBTQIA+ Health

Located in the scrotum, the testicles (also called the testes) are a pair of glands that produce sperm cells and testosterone, the primary sex hormone and anabolic steroid in males. Testosterone plays a key role in the development of male characteristics. It is involved with sex drive, erections, and sperm production. It also helps build muscle and bone mass.

How can people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) thrive sexually?

How can people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) thrive sexually?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition that affects the large intestine and digestion. Symptoms vary from person to person, but they can include pain, abdominal cramping, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea. IBS can be unpredictable. You may not know when symptoms will start.

Can telehealth be useful in addressing sexual health issues?

Can telehealth be useful in addressing sexual health issues?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health

Yes. Telehealth can be an effective way to discuss sex health issues with your healthcare provider.

What is vaginal flatus?

What is vaginal flatus?

Sexual Health Topics: Women’s Sexual Health

Vaginal flatus (sometimes called vaginal flatulence, noisy vagina, or queefing) is passing gas through the vagina.

Can the onset of psychosis affect sexual function?

Can the onset of psychosis affect sexual function?

Sexual Health Topics: Men’s Sexual Health, Women’s Sexual Health, Mental Health & Psychology

Yes, some people find that they develop sexual issues at the onset of psychosis.

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