Women featured in the Observer

We at IntimMedicine are thrilled about the positive changes happening in our culture surrounding the discussion on female sexuality. In a recent article in The Guardian, Sharon Walker interviews five women who are on the… Read More »

Thanksgiving dinner

Ok, I am sure you know someone who has or has had sex on Thanksgiving. Maybe it was you. But, if the Masturbation Diet® hypothesis is correct (see the other blog posts in this series… Read More »

smiling couple, embracing

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… Read More »

Exploring the Relationship between Food and Sexual Desire, and Food and Sexual Satiety (Part 2) By James A Simon, MD, CCD, NCMP, IF, FACOG In part one of this blog series, I focused on the… Read More »

Exploring the Relationship between Food and Sexual Desire and Satiety (Part 1) By James A Simon, MD, CCD, NCMP, IF, FACOG Over the next few blog posts, I will discuss our appetites for food and… Read More »

Another month, another painful period. Or maybe that menstrual pain never goes away. For some women, it’s a painful life as usual. But what could be the cause of these painful cycles? Endometriosis may be… Read More »

Congratulations to the New ISSWSH President

The International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH.org), the preeminent organization focusing on the biopsychosocial aspects of women’s sexuality, welcomes Dr. James A. Simon, M.D., Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The George Washington University… Read More »

As the number of postmenopausal women continues to grow — reaching an estimated 1 billion worldwide — patients might believe that doctors have a good sense of the full range of menopausal symptoms and how… Read More »

Personalized Care Any medical treatment should be considered specific to the needs and hormone concentrations of each individual patient. This is why we share our full breadth of knowledge about endocrinology, medical safety, and treatment… Read More »

We unequivocally support the use of menopausal hormone therapy to mitigate menopause symptoms and prevent disease for a variety of patients. Let’s review the facts of the case. THIS IS NOT FAKE NEWS!   When… Read More »

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