Good sexual health is part of good overall health. That’s a fact we consider often here at SexHealthMatters.org. But have you ever wondered just how having sex is good for your health?
Why would people want to use a sex health app? Convenience is one reason. Privacy is another reason, although one that must be considered carefully.
IBD can affect sex and relationships, both physically and emotionally. However, with some adjustments, patients and partners can still enjoy satisfying sex.
For some men, Peyronie’s disease can be treated nonsurgically. Recently, the American Urological Association issued new clinical guidelines on these approaches.
Many people don’t realize that diabetes can have a serious effect on sexual health. There’s a lot to learn about diabetes and sexual health and we’re here to help.
On October 25, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new rules regarding the labeling of testosterone products. Manufacturers must now warn consumers about the risk of abuse.
Everyday anxieties – and more formally diagnosed anxiety disorders - can have an impact on our sexual function.
Would it surprise you to learn that an estimated 10% to 40% of women have trouble reaching orgasm? And that some women have never had an orgasm at all? The clinical term is anorgasmia and it troubles many women.
Characterized by chronic pain, endometriosis can make sexual activity difficult for many couples. Fortunately, there are ways to cope...
The good news is that sex after a heart attack is usually safe. However, there are still reasons to be concerned, and that’s what we’ll talk about today. Let’s look at some common questions.
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