Sexual Medicine

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The medical discipline dedicated to the study, diagnosis and treatment of male and female sexual health concerns, in particular sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) and their management, and sexual behaviour vis-à-vis risk factors for contracting STDs
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Vice Chancellor of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) Professor Dr Kamrul Hasan Khan, president of Bangladesh Menopause Society (BMS) National Professor Shahla Khatun, Director (MCH-Service) and Line Director (MC-RH Service Delivery) and Director General of Family Planning Dr Mohammad Sharif, Secretary General of South Asian Society for Sexual Medicine Mohammad Shamsul Ahsan and OGSB President Prof Laila Arjumand Banu also spoke.
The findings are published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The 3rd Biennial Meeting of South Asian Society for Sexual Medicine (SASSM) themed New Frontiers in Sexual medicine: Mind, Body and Science was inaugurated yesterday (19th Nov.
The study appears Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Stanford University School of Medicine researchers unveiled the link between marijuanaand the frequency of sexual intercourse in a study published on Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
the American Pain Society, the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, the International Society for Sexual Medicine, the Society of Urologic Prosthetic Surgeons, the Society for Male Reproduction in Urology, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
In a review article published recently in Sexual Medicine Reviews, investigators examined multiple human studies, animal studies, case series, and cross-sectional and cohort studies that analyzed the relation between smoking or nicotine and erectile dysfunction (ED).
SIMON, MD, CCD, IF, NCMP, serves as an Associate Editor for Sexual Medicine Reviews and Is President-Elect of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health.
The third edition has been entirely rewritten to better align with the DSM-5 and incorporate major advances in sexual medicine and psychotherapy.
When you run, walk briskly, jog or swim, you might be improving your sexual function along with your overall fitness, according to a study published online March 20 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine review finds that PTSD-related biological and cognitive processes may contribute to the development of sexual dysfunction following traumatic stress.
An article published online in The Journal of Sexual Medicine reveals that lifestyle changes may be as good as prescription medication for treating erectile dysfunction (ED) in older men.