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Women suffer too when their male partners have erectile dysfunction

A study at a Turkish university has found that women with partners who had erectile dysfunction tended to have sexuality issues as well. Some of the difficulties women may face are lower levels of arousal, reduced lubrication, reduced sexual satisfaction and fewer orgasms. Interestingly, when the man had his erectile dysfunction treated, the woman also reported an improvement in sexual functioning.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Health And Age

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Related Symptom Topics:

  • Lower levels of arousal
  • Reduced lubrication
  • Reduced sexual satisfaction
  • Fewer orgasms

Article Source Details

About: Women suffer too when their male partners have erectile dysfunction

Date: 30 November 2004

Source: Health And Age

Author: Susan Aldridge


Related Medical Topics

This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Cause of sexual dysfunction
  • Cause of lower levels of arousal
  • Cause of reduced lubrication
  • Cause of reduced sexual satisfaction
  • Cause of fewer orgasms
  • Research and sexual dysfunction
  • Research and lower levels of arousal
  • Research and reduced lubrication
  • Research and reduced sexual satisfaction
  • Research and fewer orgasms

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