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Sex Matters: NOJO in Your MOJO? Dealing With Sexual Predictability and Boredom

By on March 4th, 2015 Categories: Sex Matters

We have had a few columns about sexual desire and some of the problems that may lead to the changes in sexual interest. Sexual boredom is another very common problem for many couples. Predictability in the bedroom breeds dullness, and for many couples it is important to add some novelty into your relationship.

Lack of sexual energy leads to boredom and the feeling of being …

Sex Matters: Managing Your Mojo, Part 2

By on February 4th, 2015 Categories: Sex Matters

In Part 1 of this column, we talked about some of the factors healthcare providers look for to determine a diagnosis of Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder.

If you’re struggling with symptoms that suggest this diagnosis, it’s important to see a specialist to find out for sure and learn about treatments that may help. Your specialist will take detailed cancer and medical history to look at …

Sex Matters: Managing Your Mojo, Part 1

By on January 7th, 2015 Categories: Sex Matters

In last month’s blog posting, we saw that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has considered lowered sexual interest or lowered libido an unmet medical need. Many women who have breast cancer feel like their libido has vanished — gone and doomed never to return.

With the recent newly published Diagnostic and Statistical Manual V (DSMV), Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder and Sexual Arousal Disorder …

Sex Matters: The Recent FDA Seminar on Female Sexual Dysfunction

By on December 4th, 2014 Categories: Sex Matters

I decided to delay our jump into the topic of libido since I want to update you on a very important meeting that recently took place at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Washington, DC in late October. On the 27th and 28th, the FDA convened a 2-day seminar to discuss the issues of the unmet medical need for treatment for …

Sex Matters: What About Vaginal Hormones?

By on November 6th, 2014 Categories: Sex Matters

We’ve discussed vaginal and vulvar dryness and some conservative measures that can be used to help treat symptoms, including nonhormonal vaginal moisturizers that help hydrate the tissues and vaginal lubricants that can make intercourse and sex more comfortable. The question that many women diagnosed with breast cancer often ask is, “What about vaginal hormones? Are they safe? Can we use them?” In this month’s column, …

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