Poor quality sleep can lead to sexual dysfunction in women, a new study reports.
Former NFL players who received a concussion while playing are more likely to report low testosterone and erectile dysfunction. Researchers speculate the reason could be damage to the pituitary gland caused by concussion may spark a cascade of hormonal changes.
Study reveals one in five woman have at least one female sexual dysfunction (FSD). The most common FSD is low sexual image, followed by problems with arousal and desire.
Having a negative perception of your body image correlates to an increased risk of sexual dysfunction. However, researchers report a positive body image is associated with greater pleasure when it comes to intimacy.
Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation, a treatment commonly administered for bladder dysfunction, appears to improve sexual response in women who suffer female sexual dysfunction.
A new study reveals women experience a decline in sexual function 20 months before and one year following their last menstrual cycle.