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10,731 results
  • Encountering an Exhibitionist: The Female Victim's Perspective. [Journal Article]
    J Sex Res 2019; :1-14Szumski F, Kasparek K
  • Although exhibitionism is thought to be one of the most common sexual offenses, relatively little is known about its victims. The present study aimed to explore the correlates of encountering an exhibitionist, the course of exhibitionist acts, and their impact on the victim. An online survey was completed by 1,075 women, 58.7% of whom had encountered an exhibitionist. Previous victimization had t…
  • Bone health in adult trans persons: an update of the literature. [Journal Article]
    Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes 2019Wiepjes CM, den Heijer M, TʼSjoen GG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Based on the reassuring findings in these studies, regularly assessing bone mineral density during hormonal treatment does not seem necessary. This confirms the Endocrine Society Guideline stating that bone mineral density should be measured only when risk factors for osteoporosis exist, especially in people who stop hormonal treatment after gonadectomy. The relationship with estradiol concentrations indicate that hormone supplementation should be adequate and therapy compliance should be stimulated. As vitamin D deficiency frequently occurs, vitamin D supplementation should be considered. Future research should focus on fracture risk and long-term changes in bone geometry.
  • The Relationship of Close Marital Affairs to Healthy Women's Sexual Function: A Cross-Sectional Retrospective Study in Egypt. [Journal Article]
    Sex Med 2019Hassanin AM, Kaddah AN, El-Amir MY
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is important to ensure that people are equipped with accurate information. Sound knowledge can serve as the basis for informed decisions regarding the age of marriage and number of children desired. Furthermore, everyone, not just women, should be aware of the adverse sexual effects associated with long marriages and the age-related declines in sexual activity. Accordingly, women can achieve better sexual satisfaction. Hassanin AM, Kaddah AN, El-Amir MY. The Relationship of Close Marital Affairs to Healthy Women's Sexual Function: A Cross-Sectional Retrospective Study in Egypt. Sex Med 2019;XX:XXX-XXX.
  • Hormonal Contraception and Female Sexuality: Position Statements from the European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM). [Journal Article]
    J Sex Med 2019Both S, Lew-Starowicz M, … Vignozzi L
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is not enough evidence to draw a clear algorithm for the management of hormonal contraception-induced sexual dysfunction, and further studies are warranted before conclusions can be drawn. A careful baseline psychological, sexual, and relational assessment is necessary for the health care provider to evaluate eventual effects of hormonal contraceptives at follow-up.The effects of hormonal contraceptives on sexual function have not been well studied and remain controversial. Available evidence indicates that a minority of women experience a change in sexual functioning with regard to general sexual response, desire, lubrication, orgasm, and relationship satisfaction. The pathophysiological mechanisms leading to reported sexual difficulties such as reduced desire and vulvovaginal atrophy remain unclear. Insufficient evidence is available on the correlation between hormonal contraceptives and pelvic floor function and urological symptoms. Both S, Lew-Starowicz M, Luria M, et al. Hormonal Contraception and Female Sexuality: Position Statements from the European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM). J Sex Med 2019;XX:XXX-XXX.
  • Health considerations for transgender women and remaining unknowns: a narrative review. [Review]
    Ther Adv Endocrinol Metab 2019; 10:2042018819871166Iwamoto SJ, Defreyne J, … T'Sjoen G
  • Transgender (trans) women (TW) were assigned male at birth but have a female gender identity or gender expression. The literature on management and health outcomes of TW has grown recently with more publication of research. This has coincided with increasing awareness of gender diversity as communities around the world identify and address health disparities among trans people. In this narrative …
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