Sexual & Reproductive Health
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Getting older also means increasing the likelihood of encountering problems that put a chill on sex. The good news is there are solutions to many age-related sexual problems.
Female sexual dysfunction is more common than diabetes. But even though sexuality is important to most women over the majority of their lifetime, many women are uncomfortable discussing sexual dysfunction issues with their health care providers.
Most of us are familiar with the common symptoms of COVID-19: fever, shortness of breath, fatigue and loss of smell or taste. But some research has emerged recently that suggests that COVID-19 might also lead to erectile dysfunction (ED)
Pelvic floor disorders are common – about one-quarter of American women have one or more pelvic floor disorders. If you have symptoms of a pelvic floor disorder, here are three strategies for getting ahead of the problem.
Do you have vaginal or vulvar dryness, burning, decreased lubrication, or pain? You are not alone -- up to 50 of postmenopausal women have similar symptoms. Find out what treatment options may be right for you.
A penile implant can restore function, bring back intimacy and ultimately provide high patient and partner satisfaction.
A better understanding of preeclampsia, how it is treated, and whether you are at risk can help you safeguard the health of you and your baby. Untreated, this condition may threaten both mother and child.
When couples experience fertility issues, women are the first to get evaluated. Even if the man is told to get checked out, he may avoid going in because he doesn’t know what is going to happen. Here is what to expect.