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Women Report Better Sex with Marijuana Use

Women’s orgasms might improve with marijuana use, a recent Sexual Medicine paper suggests. Some marijuana users claim that the drug boosts their sexual function and pleasure. But little scientific research had been conducted to support these claims. The current study examined women’s perceptions on how marijuana use – in general and specifically before sex – affected their…

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What is the link between erectile dysfunction and gum disease?

Research suggests that men who have gum disease (also called periodontal disease) are more likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED) than those who do not. The milder form of gum disease is called gingivitis, which occurs when there is inflammation or infection in the gums. If left untreated, gingivitis worsens into periodontitis. The infection spreads…

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BDSM Participants Have “Almost No Concerns” About Lifestyle, Study Finds

BDSM practitioners might be more sexually satisfied and have fewer sexual concerns than people who are not involved with BDSM, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study. The acronym BDSM refers to “bondage-discipline, dominance-submission, sadism-masochism,” a group of sexual behaviors that may include role playing, control, pain, or humiliation. Such practices are consensual, and participants…

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Is Hormone Therapy Right for Me?

To Use or Not to Use Hormone Therapy for Menopause? Some women are terrified by the prospect of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) thanks to scary stories in the media over the years, but the good news is that nowadays there are many different ways of replacing your dwindling hormones. You’ve probably been driven by frustration…

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What Should Men Know About Masturbation

You might recall a 1992 Seinfeld episode called “The Contest.” At the beginning, friends Jerry, Kramer, and Elaine are sitting in their favorite coffee shop when fellow friend George walks in, looking upset. He reveals that his mother caught him masturbating and swears he will never do it again – anywhere. His friends are not convinced, and…

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Hormone Kisspeptin Linked to Sexual Arousal

A hormone called kisspeptin might eventually be useful in the treatment of pychosexual and mood disorders, new research suggests. The hormone could be involved with sexual behaviors, but more research is needed, scientists say. Produced in the brain by the hypothalamus, kisspeptin triggers a series of chemical processes that ultimately results in production of the…

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Peyronie’s Disease Surgery: Can Penile Length be Preserved?

Men with Peyronie’s disease should be aware of possible penile shortening after surgical treatment, experts say. But some procedures might be able to preserve length. Peyronie’s disease is a benign condition characterized by areas of hardened scar tissue called plaques that form just beneath the skin of the penis. Typically, Peyronie’s disease goes through two phases….

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Penis Enlargement Surgery: Men Should Know About Complications

Penis enlargement surgery can have serious complications, and men should be aware of them before undergoing any procedure, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study. Penis enlargement surgery aims to increase length and/or girth, often because the man is not satisfied with the size of his penis. Augmentation may involve injections of silicone, injections of…

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What Should Men Know About Masturbation?

You might recall a 1992 Seinfeld episode called “The Contest.” At the beginning, friends Jerry, Kramer, and Elaine are sitting in their favorite coffee shop when fellow friend George walks in, looking upset. He reveals that his mother caught him masturbating and swears he will never do it again – anywhere. His friends are not convinced, and…

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Female Cancer Survivors and Sex Health Issues

If you’re a woman going through cancer treatment, you’ve probably had to adapt to a lot of changes in your life. You might have seen some dramatic changes in your sex life, too – changes you might not have been prepared for. Maybe you’re not able to have sex the way you used to. Perhaps…

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