Why Viagra for women still doesn’t exist

By Sarah Hosseini In 2009, Amanda Parrish started her clinical trial for the Addyi, the drug dubbed the first “female Viagra.” She took one pink pill per night and was told she might feel “something” in 30 to 60 days. Parrish, then 46, felt tingles in two weeks. Instead of making up excuses to avoid…


Problematic Pornography Use Uncommon in Women

About 3% of women have problems with online pornography, according to a recent study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Past research suggests that women spend less time visiting internet porn sites than men do, but both men and women are using porn more frequently nowadays. Online pornography use rates are estimated to be 50%–99%…


Fibrosis Could Be Key to Understanding Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease is a complicated condition, especially since scientists still aren’t sure of its exact cause. And while current treatments, like surgery and injection therapy, can be effective, they manage symptoms rather than target causes. With this in mind, a team of scientists decided to further investigate potential causes of Peyronie’s disease to see how…


Common Fears of Shockwave Therapy for ED Dispelled

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects upwards of 30 million men in the United States alone. The causes can include aging, high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking, depression, nerve damage, medication side effects, low testosterone, or a variety of other issues. However, ED does not have to be permanent. Several effective treatment options are available, including shockwave therapy….


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