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Younger Breast Cancer Survivors Have Sexual Challenges, Too

Younger Breast Cancer Survivors Have Sexual Challenges, Too

Breast cancer has numerous effects on a woman’s sexual quality of life, even when women are diagnosed at a young age.

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Men’s and Women’s Hormonal Cycles Don’t Synch, Study Says

Men’s and Women’s Hormonal Cycles Don’t Synch, Study Says

Do men’s testosterone levels synch with their partner’s menstrual cycles? New research suggests the answer is no.

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How Many Diabetic Men Have Erectile Dysfunction?

How Many Diabetic Men Have Erectile Dysfunction?

Diabetes is a huge risk factor for erectile dysfunction (ED). But just how many diabetic men are affected?

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Gum Disease Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

Gum Disease Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

Men might have another good reason to brush and floss their teeth. Men with gum disease are more likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED).

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Sex and Pregnancy: Addressing “Knowledge Gaps”

Sex and Pregnancy: Addressing “Knowledge Gaps”

Many doctors don’t discuss sexual activity during pregnancy, and women don’t always feel comfortable bringing up the topic. They might avoid sex altogether and miss out on intimacy with their partner during a special time in their lives.

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Prostate Cancer: The Effects of Androgen Deprivation Therapy on Intimate Relationships

Prostate Cancer: The Effects of Androgen Deprivation Therapy on Intimate Relationships

Intimate relationships with partners may decline when men with prostate cancer start androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).

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Could Parkinson’s Medications be Linked to Premature Ejaculation?

Could Parkinson’s Medications be Linked to Premature Ejaculation?

Men who take medications for Parkinson’s disease might develop premature ejaculation (PE), according to a June 2018 study.

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Regular Exercise Important for Women’s Sexual Health

Regular Exercise Important for Women’s Sexual Health

A March 2018 study published in Sexual Medicine Reviews tells us more about how the link between exercise and sexual health works, at least for women.

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Prostate Cancer’s Physical and Emotional Effects May be “Reciprocal”

Prostate Cancer’s Physical and Emotional Effects May be “Reciprocal”

Undergoing prostate cancer treatment can leave men both physically and emotionally spent. The physical and emotional impacts of prostate cancer might fuel each other, too.

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Testosterone Levels Might Improve Quickly After Weight Loss Surgery

Testosterone Levels Might Improve Quickly After Weight Loss Surgery

Obese men who have weight loss surgery might see their testosterone levels – and their sex drive – improve in a month, according to new research.

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