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Carmita Helena Najjar Abdo
Ejaculatory function cannot be evaluated outside the dyadic process and without taking into account the men's and women's cognition of the condition and how their subjective perception impacts on the evaluation of the relationship and sexual quality. Although the distress of the sufferer and his partner has been a motivating factor in leading men with ejaculatory dysfunction to seek medical help, few objective or prospective evaluations of the effects on the couple have been reported. Specialized literature has been dealing with ejaculatory disorders in a heterogeneous manner...
August 2016: Translational Andrology and Urology
Chris Rissel, Paul B Badcock, Anthony M A Smith, Juliet Richters, Richard O de Visser, Andrew E Grulich, Judy M Simpson
UNLABELLED: Current information about numbers of other-sex partners, experiences of different heterosexual behaviours and the recent heterosexual experiences among a representative sample of Australian adults is needed. It is not known whether these practices have changed between 2001-02 and 2012-13. METHODS: Computer-assisted telephone interviews were completed by a representative sample of 9963 men and 10 131 women aged 16-69 years from all states and territories...
November 2015: Sexual Health
Oliver J Henning, Karl O Nakken, Bente Træen, Petter Mowinckel, Morten Lossius
Sexual dysfunction is an important but often neglected aspect of epilepsy. The objective of this study was to explore the prevalence and types of sexual problems in patients with epilepsy and compare the results with similar data obtained from a representative sample of the general population. At the National Centre for Epilepsy in Norway, 171 of 227 consecutive adult inpatients and outpatients with epilepsy (response rate: 75.3%) and their neurologists participated in a questionnaire study about epilepsy and sexuality...
August 2016: Epilepsy & Behavior: E&B
E Limoncin, F Lotti, M Rossi, E Maseroli, G L Gravina, G Ciocca, D Mollaioli, S Di Sante, M Maggi, A Lenzi, E A Jannini
To the best of our knowledge, no psychometric tools have been specifically developed to measure if premature ejaculation (PE) is related to low sexual pleasure in terms of perception of orgasmic intensity. Hence, the aim of this study was to evaluate if men with PE suffer from a low perception of orgasmic intensity using a new tool, the 'Orgasmometer', to quantitatively measure the intensity of orgasmic pleasure. Among 329 subjects attending our andrological unit for suspected PE, 257 men fulfilled the inclusion criteria...
September 2016: Andrology
Anu Haavisto, Markus Henriksson, Risto Heikkinen, Leena-Riitta Puukko-Viertomies, Kirsi Jahnukainen
BACKGROUND: Infertility, poor semen quality, and gonadal dysfunction are well recognized long-term sequelae in male survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). However, few studies have investigated adult sexual functioning in these survivors. METHODS: The authors studied 52 male survivors of childhood ALL at a median age of 28.5 years (range, 25-38 years) ≥ 10 years after diagnosis. In addition, 56 men without a history of cancer were recruited for an age-matched control group...
July 15, 2016: Cancer
Raymond C Rosen, Julia R Heiman, J Scott Long, William A Fisher, Michael S Sand
Epidemiologic studies of sexual function problems in men have focused on the individual male and related sociodemographic characteristics, individual risk factors and lifestyle concomitants, or medical comorbidities. Insufficient attention has been given to the role of sexual and relationship satisfaction and, more particularly, to the perspective of the couple as causes or correlates of sexual problems in men or women. Previously, we reported results of the first large, multi-national study of sexual satisfaction and relationship happiness in 1,009 midlife and older couples in five countries (Brazil, Germany, Japan, Spain, U...
January 2016: Archives of Sexual Behavior
Cara R Dunkley, Silvain S Dang, Sabrina C H Chang, Boris B Gorzalka
Prior research has documented various ways in which adult attachment styles are characteristic of differential behavioral and cognitive patterns within romantic relationships and sexuality. However, few studies have examined the direct influence of anxious or avoidant attachment orientation on sexual function. The aim of the present study was to assess the impact of insecure attachment on sexual function. Undergraduate students completed questionnaires measuring attachment style and sexual functioning. Among women, attachment avoidance tended to be associated with impairments in all aspects of sexual function, whereas anxious attachment tended to be associated with declines in arousal, satisfaction, and ability to achieve orgasm...
July 3, 2016: Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy
Bogdan Orasanu, Heidi Frasure, Allison Wyman, Sangeeta T Mahajan
BACKGROUND: Sexual dysfunction (SD) is a common complaint in female and male patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and can arise at anytime during the course of the disease even in patients with low disability. Increasing neurological and physical impairment, psychological factors, and medication side effects are thought to increase rates of SD. OBJECTIVE: To determine the prevalence of various SD symptoms among MS patients, their impact on patient self-reported sexual activity and satisfaction (SAS), and to examine the rates at which symptomatic patients utilize therapies for their complaints...
April 2013: Multiple Sclerosis and related Disorders
Sarah K Calabrese, Joshua G Rosenberger, Vanessa R Schick, David S Novak
Black men have historically been stereotyped as hedonistic, aggressive, and animalistic in their sexual interactions. This study sought to describe pleasure, affection, and love experienced by Black men who have sex with men (MSM) during their last male-partnered sexual event and to examine differences relative to White, Latino, and Asian MSM. A total of 21,696 (793 Black, 18,905 White, 1,451 Latino, and 547 Asian) U.S. men ages 18-87 (M Age = 39) were recruited from social/sexual networking sites targeting MSM in 2010-2011...
October 2015: Archives of Sexual Behavior
Kateřina Klapilová, Stuart Brody, Lucie Krejčová, Barbara Husárová, Jakub Binter
INTRODUCTION: Research indicated that (i) vaginal orgasm consistency is associated with indices of psychological, intimate relationship, and physiological functioning, and (ii) masturbation is adversely associated with some such measures. AIM: The aim of this study was to examine the association of various dyadic and masturbation behavior frequencies and percentage of female orgasms during these activities with: (i) measures of dyadic adjustment; (ii) sexual satisfaction; and (iii) compatibility perceived by both partners...
March 2015: Journal of Sexual Medicine
Chris Rissel, Paul B Badcock, Anthony M A Smith, Juliet Richters, Richard O de Visser, Andrew E Grulich, Judy M Simpson
UNLABELLED: Background Current information about numbers of other-sex partners, experiences of different heterosexual behaviours and the recent heterosexual experiences among a representative sample of Australian adults is needed. It is not known whether these practices have changed between 2001-02 and 2012-13. METHODS: Computer-assisted telephone interviews were completed by a representative sample of 9963 men and 10131 women aged 16-69 years from all states and territories...
November 2014: Sexual Health
Michal Lew-Starowicz, Rafal Rola
INTRODUCTION: Many factors have been suggested to contribute to sexual dysfunction (SD) in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, but the research on their impact on sexual functioning (SF) and sexual quality of life (SQoL) remains scant. AIM: The aim of this study was to investigate correlates of SF and SQoL in MS patients, as well as possible gender differences. METHODS: 204 MS patients were interviewed, completed the questionnaires, and underwent neurological assessment...
September 2014: Journal of Sexual Medicine
J G Prévinaire, G Lecourt, J M Soler, P Denys
Sexual dysfunction (SD) is a common feature of men with multiple sclerosis. SD is often unrecognized as patients and physicians are reluctant to discuss these problems. Rates of symptoms range from 50% to 90% and include erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory dysfunction, orgasmic dysfunction and reduced libido. SD can arise at any stage of the disease, even without severe disability. While erectile dysfunction is thought to be related to impairment of the pathways in the spinal cord, fatigue, spasticity, bladder and bowel dysfunction, and pain, contribute to SD...
July 2014: Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Michal Lew-Starowicz, Rafal Rola
INTRODUCTION: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one of the most frequent diseases of the central nervous system and usually occurs at the age when people would be expected to be in the prime of their sexual lives. Clinicians working in this field commonly concentrate on the classical neurological deficits and often overlook symptoms that seriously affect the quality of life, such as sexual dysfunction (SD). Sexual functioning of MS patients remains poorly understood. AIM: The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of SDs, their relationship with demographic factors, and sexual quality of life in men with multiple sclerosis (MS)...
May 2014: Journal of Sexual Medicine
Giovanni Corona, Giulia Rastrelli, Elisa Maseroli, Gianni Forti, Mario Maggi
With the progressive increase in the proportion of older people, there is an increasing interest in characterizing the modifications of sexual health and the effect of its perturbations as a function of the aging process. The aim of this review is to summarize the available evidence regarding the age-dependent modifications of male sexual function and their interaction with general health and age-dependent modification of endocrine function. Elderly patients are often affected by multiple organic diseases which can interfere with sexual function...
August 2013: Best Practice & Research. Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
Brock B O'Neil, Angela Presson, John Gannon, Robert A Stephenson, William Lowrance, Christopher B Dechet, Jonathan D Tward, Jeremy B Myers, William O Brant
PURPOSE: Prostate cancer treatment results in several sexually related side effects beyond the well studied erectile dysfunction. Climacturia (leakage of urine during orgasm) has been reported after prostatectomy but studies have been limited by multiple factors. In this study we examine the prevalence, causes and impact on orgasm function of climacturia after definitive treatment of prostate cancer with surgery or radiation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 906 anonymous surveys were sent to patients with prostate cancer treated with surgery and/or radiation...
January 2014: Journal of Urology
Brian J Morris, John N Krieger
INTRODUCTION: Circumcision of males is commonly carried out worldwide for reasons of health, medical need, esthetics, tradition, or religion. Whether circumcision impairs or improves male sexual function or pleasure is controversial. AIMS: The study aims to conduct a systematic review of the scientific literature. METHODS: A systematic review of published articles retrieved using keyword searches of the PubMed, EMBASE, and Cochrane databases was performed...
November 2013: Journal of Sexual Medicine
F Cour, S Droupy, A Faix, C Methorst, F Giuliano
Knowledge of the physiology of male and female sexuality has advanced considerably. Initially there is always desire with its biological neuroendocrine components and its emotional field which is particularly marked in women. There is a distinction between "spontaneous" sexual desire related to intrinsic affective, cognitive stimuli, and fantasies, and "reactive" sexual desire in response to physical arousal. There are similarities between men and women concerning the activation of cerebral zones in sexual arousal contexts in laboratory conditions...
July 2013: Progrès en Urologie
Emilee Gilbert, Jane M Ussher, Janette Perz, W K Tim Wong, Kim Hobbs, Catherine Mason
Men can experience significant changes to their sexuality following the onset of cancer. However, research on men's sexuality post-cancer has focused almost exclusively on those with prostate and testicular cancer, despite evidence that the diagnosis and treatment for most cancers can impact on men's sexuality. This Australian qualitative study explores the experiences of changes to sexuality for 21 men across a range of cancer types and stages, sexual orientations and relationship contexts. Semi-structured interviews were analysed with theoretical thematic analysis guided by a material discursive intra-psychic approach, recognising the materiality of sexual changes, men's intrapsychic experience of such changes within a relational context and the influence of the discursive construction of masculine sexuality...
2013: Culture, Health & Sexuality
Erik Wibowo, Richard J Wassersug
Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for prostate cancer (PCa) treatment causes sexual dysfunction. We review here the effects of estrogen on the sexual performance of androgen-deprived males. The major findings are: 1. Estrogen receptors are present in brain centers that are important for sexual behavior; as well as in male reproductive organs, in a pattern suggesting that estrogen may have some role in orgasmic function and genital skin sensitivity. 2. Estrogen restores sexual interest above castrate levels in many vertebrates including reptiles, birds and mammals; but multiple factors contribute to the magnitude of this effect...
September 2013: Critical Reviews in Oncology/hematology
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