Women’s perceptions of PE have not been widely researched. Recent studies have had mixed results. Examining these issues more closely could help clinicians better understand the physical, psychological, and interpersonal aspects of PE for couples.
The goal of this study was to examine the effects on vasectomy on the sexual function of couples.
“Considering the effect of cultural and religious backgrounds of females suffering from PCOS and the lack of knowledge regarding sexual function in Muslim women affected by PCOS, the present study seemed necessary…”
Assembling cells onto micro-tissues before transplanting them could be a more viable strategy for restoring postprostatectomy erectile function than single-cell methods.
This study examined the role of estrogens in erectile dysfunction associated with metabolic syndrome (MetS) in rabbits.
While pelvic examinations (PEs) are important for women’s gynecological health, many patients approach them with anxiety and distress. These feelings may stem from past negative experiences with PEs.