In a recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, less than half of 200 cancer patients surveyed said they had received information on sexuality from their healthcare providers before starting treatment. Past research suggests that such conversations are more likely to occur after patients finish treatment.
Archives for May 2017
Sexually active older adults tend to have less inflammation and, in turn, a higher quality of life, suggests a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
Male-to-female sex-reassignment surgery had high satisfaction rates among a group of German patients with gender dysphoria, new research reports.
This study reviewed eleven relevant articles published between 2011 and June 2016 covering surgical treatment of Peyronie’s disease (PD) via grafting after partial plaque excision or incision.
Men who undergo external-beam radiation therapy (EBRT) for prostate cancer may develop a number of side effects, most notably erectile dysfunction (ED) and urinary problems. However, lesser-known side effects, such as issues with orgasm, need attention as well, according to new research.
The ISSM proudly announces the 2017 ISSM Grants Cycle.