Marijuana May Improve Women's Sexual Experiences, Study Finds
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Women who use marijuana before sex could be twice as likely to have satisfying orgasms compared to those who don't use, according to a recent Sexual Medicine study.
The findings are based on a survey of 373 women, all patients at one obstetrics and gynecology practice. One hundred seventy-six of the women said they used marijuana, with 127 using specifically before sex and 49 using at any time.
Most users, regardless of the time of use, felt that their overall sexual experiences, sex drive, orgasms, and pain improved with marijuana. However, most did not notice changes in vaginal lubrication.
For more information on the study, including the authors' thoughts on how marijuana affects women's sexual function, please click here.
If you've never visited Japan before, next year's World Meeting on Sexual Medicine provides a perfect opportunity!
The meeting will be held September 16 - 19, 2020 in Yokohama, Japan's second largest city, about 30 km (18 miles) southwest of Tokyo.
A beautiful, historic port city, Yokohama is easily accessible from Japan's two major airports: Tokyo International Airport and Narita International Airport.
We hope you'll join us, along with the Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine, for this informative program, which will include a wide variety of topics in male and female sexual dysfunction, sexology, gender, orientation, infertility and more.
Check out the meeting website for all the latest details!