How can clinicians and patients communicate about sex more effectively?
Find out at the next session in the ISSM Webinar Series!
"Communication About Sexual Problems in Clinical Settings" will be held online on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 2.00 pm UTC.
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Some women release a thick, whitish fluid when they reach orgasm.
In our website's latest Q & A item, we explain what female ejaculation is, where it is thought to originate, and how it is different from "squirting."
Do women ejaculate?
Readers may also be interested in these related questions:
What are vaginal fluids and what is their purpose?
Why is vaginal lubrication important for women?
What is vaginal flatus?
Updated weekly, our website's Q & A feature answers dozens of sexual health questions for patients and professionals alike.
This month's Journal of Sexual Medicine is now available online.
As always, you'll find quality research on the latest topics in sexual medicine, including endocrinology, psychology, transgender health and more.
Full-text access is just one of the many valuable ISSM membership benefits.
People with type 2 diabetes who experience sexual dysfunction could be at risk for alexithymia, anxiety, and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The study, published in May in Sexuality and Disability, involved 162 diabetes patients in Turkey, who were assessed between May 21, 2020 and July 5, 2020.
About two-thirds of the participants said their sexual function had decreased due to both diabetes and the pandemic.
Learn more about the most affected sexual domains, the reasons patients gave for changes, and the results of patients' efforts to find solutions.
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