International Symposium on Prostate, Androgens and Men's Sexual Health - Register Now for Early/Discounted Fees
Is Female Sexual Function Related to the Male Partner’s Erectile Function?
ISSM/ESSM members have until 3 April 2013 to take advantage of early bird registration fees for the International Symposium on Prostate, Androgens and Men's Sexual Health.
The symposium will be held 21 - 23 June 2013 at the InterContinental Hotel in Berlin, Germany.
The early bird fee for ISSM/ESSM members is € 395. After the deadline, that fee will increase to € 495 until 10 June 2013.
Reduced fees are available for ISSM/ESSM members who are residents, students, or nurses. Those fees are € 195 before 3 April and € 245 from 4 April to 10 June. (Please note special instructions for residents, students, and nurses here.)
For all attendees, the registration fee includes admission to all scientific sessions, poster and technical exhibitions, and the welcome session on 21 June. It also includes conference materials and certain morning and afternoon coffee breaks.
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Researchers from Taiwan have discovered a significant correlation between a woman’s sexual function and the erectile function her male partner.
Six hundred thirty-two heterosexual couples completed anonymous online surveys. The women responded to questions from the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI). For the men, questions from the International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) were used. Both men and women provided information about demographics, comorbidities, and perceptions of sexual dysfunction.
Fifteen percent of the men had erectile dysfunction (ED) and almost 43% of the women had sexual issues.
The researchers found that the women whose partners had ED had lower scores on the overall FSFI and on each of that tool's individual domains. These women also had a higher prevalence of sexual problems in every FSFI domain.
The study authors suggested an “interdependence of male and female sexual function within the context of the couple.” The study findings also “support the importance of screening the partner’s sexual function when treating the sexual problems of each gender.”
The study was published online in November in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Please click here for more details.