Did you know that erectile dysfunction occurs in men with diabetes nine times more than in men without the medical condition? If your man needs a reason to pay close attention to his diet and fitness, his sex life should be enough to motivate him.
How long you have been suffering these ailments? Has this happened overnight or chronically, over time? Can you recall an occasion you first encountered this problem? Does your erectile problem bother you all the time or you face a problem at times? Do you encounter this disorder with all your sex partners (in case there are more than one partner) or just a particular one? When you are able to have an erection, are you able to insert the penis into the vagina?
We live in an orgasm-focused society. Orgasm is perceived as the proverbial icing on the already tasty sexual cake. Despite our misguided notion that orgasm is the primary reason to have sex, when it comes to women, it is no sure thing. There are many obstacles that can undermine a woman's capacity to achieve orgasm.
Sexual health may be one of the most neglected aspects of overall well-being. We usually relate sexual health with increasing libido and achieving satisfaction, but rarely do we know that sexual health mayalso be related to emotional, physical as well as emotional health. Every little factor that affects our emotions, thinking and physical bodies may affect our sexual health in a positive or negative way.
Fans of healthcare reform can thank Nancy Pelosi's lucky lavender pumps for the Affordable Care Act being upheld today. They were the same shoes the U.S. House Minority Leader wore when President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law passed in 2010, and she wore them today when it was upheld as constitutional.
While everyone's favorite killjoy Mitt Romney has vowed to toss out Obamacare if he's elected president (in your dreams, Romney), today, in a move that proved that America is finally taking a step in the right direction, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the plan. Let's raise a glass.
Condom Carrying Women As I’ve gotten older, I tend to care less what other people think of me. This isn’t to say that I’m a self serving, greedy wench however; I no longer allow the fear of others' opinions to influence better judgment. When I jumped back into the dating scene after a nearly 15 year hiatus; I was blessed with ignorance. Sporting new shoes and dress, I loaded-up my new handbag with dating essentials:
Men and women usually experience sexual difficulties in some points in their lives. These may be due to various factors such as stress, infection, medications or illnesses affecting the reproductive system. Here are the most common problems associated with men and women’s sexual health. Sexual Problems in Men 1. Impotence
It doesn't matter how charming he is. It doesn't matter how sexy he is. Your health is still the number one priority. If you are prepared when he bats his eyelashes and runs his very sexy hand up your thigh, you will stay in control of both your safety and your pleasure.
Spinning class may have just become a woman's worst enemy.
The "how to" for condoms seems pretty simple, but as with all sex-related necessities, some complications may arise. Luckily for all of you who didn't get a complete rundown of "Captain Condom" in your high school health class, here are a few must-know facts about those little love gloves to keep your sexual sailing as smooth as possible.
The recent Susan G. Komen/Planned Parenthood debacle was a high-profile example of how women's health can fall prey to politics. Considering this is an election year, we can expect reproductive rights rhetoric to heat up on both sides.
On top of helping with urinary incontinence later in life, keeping your lady parts nice and taut, and making childbirth smoother, I'm sure you've also heard that Kegels are a great way to keep your sex life in tip-top shape. And if you can incorporate them into your between-the-sheets routine (or non-routine, wink), you're making the experience even more intense for both parties — or so they say.
Readers, it is with great sadness that we ask you to bow your heads in mourning for the sex lives of women everywhere.
Millions of women struggle with a consequence of breast cancer that's rarely discussed: its impact on sex. Debby Herbenick, a sex researcher and educator, on what couples actually face.