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Sex During Pregnancy

For most women, it is safe to have sex while pregnant. Some couples worry that having sex during pregnancy will harm the baby or cause early labor.

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Sex after Penectomy

Some men who have had a penectomy – partial or total penis removal - can still feel sexual pleasure.

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Pain During Sex - Vaginismus

Vaginismus is a source of intense sexual pain for some women, to the point that some are unable to have intercourse at all.

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Female Condoms

Used properly, female condoms can be an effective way to reduce the risk of transmitting sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs).

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Sex Health and Aging for Women

As a woman goes through menopause, vaginal changes might make sex difficult.

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ED as an Indicator

If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), it’s best to see your doctor for a full checkup. Doing so could save your life.

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Psychology of Delayed Ejaculation

Some experts think that psychological issues are more likely to cause delayed ejaculation than physical ones.

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Peyronie’s & Dupuytren’s Contracture

About 30% of men with Peyronie’s disease (penile curvature) also develop hardened scar tissue on other parts of the body, most often on the hands and feet.

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Women & Spinal Cord Injury

Women with spinal cord injuries can still reach orgasm, although the sensation might be different from what they experienced before the injury.

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What is Premature Ejaculation?

Only the individual man and his partner can truly decide what is premature ejaculation (PE).

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