Next ISSM Webinar Focuses on ED
September JSM Now Available
How is erectile dysfunction (ED) managed in developing countries? What should clinicians know about shock wave, platelet rich plasma, and stem cell therapies? And have ED guidelines changed?
Our next webinar will address these questions and others.
Join us on Thursday, September 30, 2021.
Q & A: "Normal" Frequency of Sex
The new edition of the Journal of Sexual Medicine can now be accessed online.
Each month, our flagship journal brings you top-notch, peer-reviewed research from the field of sexual medicine. This month, you'll find articles on basic science, endocrinology, transgender health, LGB issues, pain, and much more.
Check it out today!
Sex During the Early Months of COVID-19
Many patients wonder if they are having sex as frequently as other people they know. But sexual frequency varies from couple to couple, and much depends on a person's health, relationship status, age, and even their definition of sex.
This week, we updated our website's Q & A item on this topic:
What is the “normal” frequency of sex?
In the first few months of COVID-19 lockdowns, cohabiting Chinese couples did not experience significant changes to their sexual frequency, sexual quality, or emotional bonding, according to recent research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The findings are based on an online questionnaire completed by 1,139 adults in March 2020.
Find out how employment status and relationship duration affected the results.