ISSM at the American Urological Association Annual Meeting
Size, Location of Woman's Clitoris Could Affect Orgasm
If you're attending the American Urological Association annual meeting next weekend, please stop by the ISSM booth (#1322) and say hello!
We'll have copies of journals available and will be happy to answer any questions you have about our three journals, your membership, or the ISSM itself.
The meeting will be held May 16 - May 21 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. Exhibitors will be located in the Science and Technology Hall.
Hope to see you there!
16th World Meeting on Sexual Medicine - Important Deadlines Approaching!
The size and location of a woman's clitoris could play a role in her ability to reach orgasm, American researchers say.
Their study involved thirty sexually active premenopausal women. Ten of the women were unable to reach orgasm (anorgasmic); the rest had no orgasm difficulties.
Using several questionnaires, blood tests, and results of pelvic MRIs, the researchers analyzed the women's sexual and general health, hormone levels, and clitoral anatomy.
They found that when compared to the orgasmic women, the anorgasmic women had a smaller clitoral glans. The distance between the clitoris and vagina was also greater for these women.
The study was published online in February in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Please click here for more details.