Next ISSM Webinar Discusses HSDD
Expectations Don't Influence Postpartum Sexuality, Study Finds
Do you treat patients with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD)? If so, you won't want to miss the ISSM's next webinar on August 27, 2020 at 2 pm GMT.
Moderated by Alan W. Shindel, MD, MAS and Sandrine Atallah, MD, FECSM, ECPS, the webinar will feature the following speakers:
Tami Rowen - HSDD in Women
Daniela Wittmann - HSDD in Men (psychological aspects)
Landon Trost - HSDD in Men (hormonal / comorbid condition / medication
Register today to save your seat! And if you've missed any of our previous webinars, click here to see them on demand.
New Research: Predictors of Implants After Prostatectomy
Women's expectations about sexuality after childbirth don't influence their actual sexual function, researchers report in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Mode of delivery and degree of perineal injury also don't appear to affect postpartum sexuality, the authors said.
The study involved 522 women in Germany between the ages of 18 and 47. The women completed two questionnaires: the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) and the Sexual Activity Questionnaire (SAQ). Women were asked to reflect on their pre-pregnancy sexual function. The assessments were taken again periodically up to one year after delivery.
At 3- and 6-month follow-up points, the women's sexual function has declined, but it improved by the 12-month point.
Over a third of the women said they'd been anxious about sexual changes after childbirth, but the vast majority said that such expectations didn't influence their childbirth choices.
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An estimated 2.3% of patients undergo penile implantation after radical prostatectomy. But what factors predict this treatment decision?
A recent study on the subject is the focus of our website's latest Research Summary.
"Penile Prosthesis Implantation and Timing Disparities After Radical Prostatectomy: Results From a Statewide Claims Database" by Dr. Petar Bajic, et al. was published online in March in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Please click here to see the summary.