When apprehension tips over to anxiety, that’s when intimacy problems really start.
If you’ve lost that sizzle between the sheets, experts recommend that you rule out the possibility that your thyroid is the culprit.
Let’s be honest, feeling sexy in the traditional sense of done-up hair, makeup, and sexy lingerie is most likely a low priority when your body is in pain. Reassess what “sexy” means with a chronic illness by adapting these five tips.
Embracing “your unique sexy” can be transforming when living with a chronic condition.
It’s important to share how you feel, be detailed about what you can do, ask questions, and be comfortable saying “no.”
Education can help normalize the idea that sexual interaction is part of being human, and that extends to older adults, even the very old.
Research published in 2017 investigated the effect of OSA on sexual function in premenopausal women.
Cancer treatment can make sex unappealing or uncomfortable. Dr. Don Dizon has some ideas to help.
Men may feel too embarrassed to talk about erectile dysfunction, which can lead to misconceptions. Make sure you know the facts.