Last November, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a drug called Intrarosa (prasterone) for sexual pain caused by vulvar and vaginal atrophy (VVA) due to menopause.
Scientists have created a heat-activated penile implant that, in time, could be an additional option for men with erectile dysfunction (ED).
New research suggests that avoiding the penile bulb during radiation treatment might decrease ED severity.
Understanding the biopsychosocial aspects of sexual pain could help physical therapists treat women, according to a recent study in Sexual Medicine Reviews.
Individuals who engage in kink sexual behaviors can have special healthcare needs.
A new study examines how body esteem influenced feelings about sex in women with and without a history of childhood sexual abuse.
How important is sexual health and satisfaction to a person’s quality of life? The answer depends on age, gender, sexual activity status, and overall health, according to a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
It’s not uncommon for women to have sexual problems after a sexual assault. However, new research suggests disclosing the assault to someone might alleviate those problems to some extent.
Labels on all testosterone products must now include information about the risk of abuse, according to a ruling issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week.
A woman’s acceptance of her body and the quality of her relationship with her sex partner may influence her overall sexual function, according to a new study.
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