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Latest News from the ISSM - May 7, 2021 Member Login
Next ISSM Webinar Discusses Testosterone Abuse

How does testosterone abuse affect sexuality? 

This question will be discussed at our next ISSM webinar, which will take place on Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 2 pm UTC. 

Moderated by Dr. Geoffrey Hackett, "Testosterone Abuse and Sexual Health" will feature an introduction to testosterone abuse by Tobias Kohler. Dr. Kohler will also interview a former patient. 

A 30-minute Q & A session will follow Dr. Kohler's presentation. 

We hope you'll join us. Register today! 

What, Exactly, is Sexual Boredom?

Definitions of sexual boredom aren't based on empirical research, say the authors of a new Journal of Sexual Medicine paper.

In their review of 43 studies, they noted that sexual boredom has not received as much research attention as general boredom. 

While a solid definition of sexual boredom was not found, the authors did describe some characteristics of people who were sexually bored.

For example, people with sexual boredom might have poor sexual function and cope with boredom through masturbation or compulsive sexual behaviors. 

Find out more about the study. 

VJPU: The "No Clamps" Technique

The Video Journal of Prosthetic Urology has added a new video to its library. 

"No clamps technique - by preparing Titan Touch (Coloplast)" was produced by Konstantin Menshchikov, et al.

"This video demonstrates the features and benefits of preparing the Titan Touch (Coloplast) implant during surgery without the use of surgical clamps (Mosquito) at the time of the final closure of the connection at the connector," the authors explain in their abstract. 

Watch the video here. 

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