Severe cramping, painful periods and other symptoms are often telltale signs of this condition.
Having more sexual partners could increase your exposure to problematic viruses.
Women who have less sex may be more likely to start menopause earlier, as their bodies adopt what experts call a "use it or lose it" response.
Patients need to feel comfortable talking to doctors about this important aspect of their personal health—and doctors need to encourage the talk.
For women at midlife, commitment to a healthy lifestyle is an essential component of physical, sexual and mental well-being.
Sexual health is an important part of overall well-being. It takes time and work to keep it anything but dull—but it's worth the effort.
Don't hesitate to bring forward your concerns, because there are solutions.
Fewer are sexually active these days, as many wait until later in high school to try sex for the first time.
Patients with heart problems should know that the risk is slight.
Sexual pain is often written off as psychological—but it's more often a result of physical issues.
Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men, but it's a solvable problem when communication and education are involved.
'We are concerned about the alarming increases we are seeing in chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis.'