For individuals undergoing a female-to-male gender transitional surgery, one important goal is the creation of a realistic, fully-functioning penis that allows the patient to stand while urinating and penetrate a partner during sexual intercourse. This study discussed the outcomes of PP implantation after total phallic reconstruction in patients with gender dysphoria.
Archives for 2017
Men with Peyronie’s disease could be at higher risk for certain types of cancer. A study involving over 1.7 million men found higher risk of stomach cancer, melanoma, and testicular cancer among men with Peyronie’s disease when compared to men with erectile dysfunction (ED).
Update from the ISSM president – Q4 2017
Aromatase inhibitors (AIs) are associated with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and fecal incontinence in breast cancer survivors ten years after diagnosis, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
American men and women who use marijuana tend to have sex more often, a new Journal of Sexual Medicine study reports.
Most men with localized prostate cancer do not clearly understand the risks associated with different treatment options, according to a recent study in BJU International.