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2012-01-03 13:46:48

According to new study in the American Journal of Medicine A new study of sexually active older women has found that sexual satisfaction in women increases with age and those not engaging in sex are satisfied with their sex lives. A majority of study participants report frequent arousal and orgasm that continue into old age, despite low sexual desire. The study appears in the January issue of the American Journal of Medicine. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego...

2011-11-14 22:42:28

Adults with congenital heart disease and implanted cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) often have a high level of fear and anxiety about the device delivering a shock during sex – resulting in sexual performance problems, according to research (Abstract 14165) presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2011. An ICD is an implanted, battery-powered device that monitors the heartbeat. If the ICD detects a dangerous irregular heartbeat, it delivers a shock to...

2011-11-07 06:41:40

By: Alicia Rose DelGallo, Ivanhoe Health Correspondent (Ivanhoe Newswire) — Currently, there are no FDA-approved drugs for female sexual dysfunction, even though it is a major concern among women, especially women in menopause. Kenneth E. Johnson, an osteopathic physician (DO) and chair of the Ob/GYN department at Nova Southeastern University, spoke Tuesday at the American Osteopathic Association´s OMED2011 conference and exposition about these concerns. There is a huge...

2011-10-31 11:00:00

Columbus Center for Women's Health Research one of only 40 clinics across the country enrolling premenopausal women in a clinical trial for bremelanotide, a possible treatment of female sexual dysfunction. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) October 31, 2011 Columbus Center For Women's Health Research (CCWHR) has begun enrolling women in Palatin Technologies, Inc. Phase 2b clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of bremelanotide (previously called PT-141), an on-demand, first-in-class...

2011-10-19 08:14:49

Men's experiences of erectile dysfunction after treatment for colorectal cancer: Qualitative interview study Male bowel cancer patients are very likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) after treatment and yet the majority are not receiving adequate information about the condition, according to a study published on bmj.com today. Bowel cancer affects over 38,000 people every year in the UK with around half of patients surviving for more than five years after treatment. This...

2011-09-26 15:00:02

CAREss study finds internet-based sexual counseling as effective as traditional therapy Prostate cancer survivors and their partners experience improved sexual satisfaction and function after couples counseling, according to research at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The article, published in the September issue of Cancer, a journal of the American Cancer Society, revealed both Internet-based sexual counseling and traditional sex therapy are equally effective in...

2011-08-26 14:00:00

New research published by The Journal of Sexual Medicine has revealed how personal lifestyle choices, such as alcohol, recreational drugs and obesity are closely associated with erectile dysfunction. The growth of this socially taboo issue is leading to increased sales of counterfeit medication online. Self-diagnosis could damage your health, warns David Bailey, owner of Bury-based Medical Specialists online pharmacy. Bury, Lancashire (PRWEB) August 26, 2011 Research published by The...

2011-08-17 07:00:00

RED BANK, N.J., Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new HealthyWomen survey of postmenopausal women reveals that many of them are embarrassed to discuss the vaginal and sexual symptoms of menopause with their health care professional and with their partner. Among the survey respondents who did discuss their symptoms with their health care professional, over one quarter said they waited more than two years before doing so. Many of the postmenopausal women surveyed who had not spoken with their...

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2011-08-09 05:00:00

A new study suggests that sexual dysfunction in a relationship may have sources beyond the usual physical ailments. Cornell University and University of Chicago researchers have found a connection between erectile dysfunction (ED) and the social networks shared by heterosexual men and their partners. The researchers describe the situation as "Partner Betweenness." In such cases, a man's female partner has stronger relationships with his confidants then the man does, can his romantic partner...

2011-08-05 22:36:58

A new study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine reveals that in obese men with type 2 diabetes, weight loss improves erectile function, sexual desire and lowers urinary tract symptoms. Researchers led by Professor Gary Wittert, MBBch, MD, FRACP, FRCP, of the University of Adelaide studied 31 obese men with type 2 diabetes over 8 weeks. The men received either a meal replacement-based low-calorie diet or a low-fat, high-protein, reduced-carbohydrate diet prescribed to decrease intake...