Sexual Dysfunction Highest 6 Weeks After Head & Neck Cancer Treatment
ISSM Find A Provider Tool Helps Patients Find Your Practice!
Rates of sexual dysfunction may spike, then fall, after treatment for head and neck cancers.
In a recent Oral Oncology study, scientists reported that 60% of 354 patients had "less sexuality" six weeks after treatment.
The authors defined sexuality as sexual interest and enjoyment.
However, the percentage fell to 37% at a 12-month follow up.
Please click here for more details on the study.
Have you listed your practice with the ISSM's Find a Provider Tool?
This directory allows patients to find information about your practice with just a few clicks. Patients can search for sexual medicine specialists in their local area by name, organization, city, state, and country.
It's easy to get started:
Log in to the Members Only section of the ISSM website.
Click on the My ISSM link and choose My ISSM Profile.
Update your profile information and complete the fields for the Find a Provider section.
Make sure the Publish My Data in the Search Provider Tool field is set to yes.
Be sure to keep your profile current. Members using the Find a Provider tool are responsible for updating their information as appropriate.
Your listing is included with your ISSM membership. (Not a member? Considering joining today!)