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2012-02-10 09:00:00

More men suffer from premature ejaculation (PE) than any other sexual dysfunction, twice that of the more recognized erectile dysfunction. But there have been no safe and effective treatments for PE until now with the introduction of Promescent, an FDA approved, over-the-counter medication. Promescent is already being hailed as the only go-to treatment by medical experts and thought leaders worldwide. Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) February 10, 2012 Premature Ejaculation (PE) affects...

2012-02-02 18:00:08

Student BMJ editorial: Sexual health and the older adult Sexually active adults aged 45 and over are being encouraged to pay more thought to safe sex in line with recent figures showing that STIs in 50-90 year olds have doubled in the past ten years. In an editorial published in the Student BMJ, Rachel von Simson, medical student at King's College London and Ranjababu Kulasegaram, consultant genitourinary physician at St Thomas' Hospital London, discuss research showing that 80% of...

2012-01-23 10:38:57

(Ivanhoe Newswire) — If you have stable cardiovascular disease, it is more than likely that you can safely engage in sexual activity. "Sexual activity is a major quality of life issue for men and women with cardiovascular disease and their partners. Unfortunately, discussions about sexual activity rarely take place in the clinical context," quoted Glenn N. Levine, M.D., professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas was quoted as saying. According to the...

New Guidelines Say Sex Is Safe For Heart Patients
2012-01-20 07:38:59

Survivors of heart attacks and people who have had heart surgery can safely resume sexual activity, as long as they are healthy enough to walk up two flights of stairs without chest pain or shortness of breath, according to new guidelines released on Thursday from the American Heart Association (AHA). In a scientific statement, the AHA said that having sex only slightly raises the chance for a heart attack, meaning the new guidelines apply to people with and without heart disease....

2012-01-19 20:36:16

If you have stable cardiovascular disease, it is more than likely that you can safely engage in sexual activity, according to an American Heart Association scientific statement. The statement, published online in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, contains recommendations by experts from various fields, including heart disease, exercise physiology and sexual counseling. "Sexual activity is a major quality of life issue for men and women with cardiovascular disease...


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