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Latest News from the ISSM - April 16, 2021 Member Login
Dyspareunia Common in Women After Pelvic Fracture

After a pelvic fracture, many women experience sexual dysfunction, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine review. 

The authors analyzed 15 studies published between 1995 and 2019. Overall, 842 women participated. 

Dyspareunia was the most common issue reported, affecting between 3% to 64% of the women studied. Other noted problems included orgasm difficulty, pelvic floor dysfunction, and low sexual interest and satisfaction.

Find out more.

New Edition of Sexual Medicine Reviews Now Online

The latest edition of Sexual Medicine Reviews (SMR) is now available online.

This quarter, SMR brings you new research on female partners of men with Peyronie's disease, vaginal dilators for genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder (GPPPD), patient satisfaction among men with inflatable penile prostheses, and much more! 

Full-text access is included with your ISSM membership. 

Read the new issue today! 

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