Dr. Rubin at Planned Parenthood DC’s “I Like It” Event “Nobody taught us about the clitoris in medical school, and doctors rarely ask women if they can orgasm…but they should!” That’s what our very own Dr. Rachel Rubin told the audience at a local Planned Parenthood “I Like It” a fundraising event
Men have Pills for their Sexual Dysfunction, Why Can’t Women? A Response to “How Addyi, the ‘Female Viagra,’ Can Do More Harm Than Good” By Dr. James A Simon Earlier this month, Dr. Janet Brito, a sex therapist based in Hawaii, raising a few questions about the efficacy and wisdom
Maybe you’ve heard of taking Vitamin D supplements to help slow down bone loss, but what about taking it to improve your sexual function and satisfaction? According to a recently published study which took place in Italy over the last 15 years, Vitamin D deficiency might play a part in
Until recently, I never knew sexual medicine was its own specialty. I mean, of course there has to be a field of sexual medicine, since there are medical fields for every other aspect of biological human life, but when I first heard about IntimMedicine Specialists, I had lots of questions.
Treating Postpartum Vaginal Laxity If you’ve given birth, you know all the physical and emotional distress associated with the process! And if you’ve given birth vaginally, you know it can be difficult to bounce back to normal “down there,” which can have a major effect on your sex life. Vaginal
Sexual well-being is an important part of any person’s life, and when things aren’t going well or working right, it can be embarrassing and difficult to talk about with your sexual partner and your doctor. But it doesn’t have to be, and your life does not have to be dictated
A healthy body image leads to better sexual health, but are breast implants worth the confidence boost? There are several options on the market for breast implants these days; silicone or saline, textured or smooth, even fat injections are an option. But which of these are the safest to use?
If you or a loved one has an enlarged prostate known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), you are well aware of the negative effects it can have on your life, such as difficult or frequent urination. Maybe you’ve considered surgery, but the risks–including potentially worsening erectile or ejaculatory dysfunction, which
New research published this month on the JAMA Network Open indicates that 7.0% of women and 10.3% of men have what is now classified as compulsive sexual behavior disorder (CSBD). CSBD is defined as “failing to control one’s sexual feelings and behaviors in a way that causes substantial distress
Ladies, rejoice! If you are covered under Medicare Part D and you are experiencing Dyspareunia (painful sex) after menopause, you can now be prescribed drugs to treat this condition! As many as 1 in 3 postmenopausal women experience painful intercourse, caused by vulvar or vaginal atrophy (VVA). VVA happens because