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Self-stimulation isn’t just for pleasure as women get older. By Krisha McCoy, MS Medically reviewed by Lindsey Marcellin MD, MPH Compared with male masturbation, female masturbation is considerably less common. According to the National Health and Social Life Survey, 39 percent of American women ages 18 to 60 reported masturbating during the previous year, compared […]
U & Me Time Introduces Our Second Annual Open House!!! →Download the Flyer Here← Featuring A SPECIAL: Group Small Talk When: Thursday, October 25th, 2012 Time: 4pm-8pm Come and hear about Sexual Health & Wellness Products in a comfortable and very informal meeting format Take a close look at Vacuum Therapy Devices to learn […]
This is just one of many examples that are available to show that companies that produce pharmaceutical drugs and vitamins are capable of. Everyone should do a the research and know the difference between what is considered safe and what’s really safe. Here at U & Me Time we have people asking us on a […]
It’s quite common for couples in long-term committed relationships to find themselves at a point where one partner wants sex more, or less, than another, often referred to as differences in sex drive. There may be many reasons for discrepancies in sex drive and finding a way through the situation often means opening up discussion […]
Via: Diabetes.org What is Erectile Dysfunction? Some men with diabetes have impotence, also called erectile dysfunction or ED. ED is when a man can no longer have or keep an erection. What Causes ED? Over time, blood vessels and nerves in the penis can become damaged. ED can also be caused by other conditions, such […]
What is Sex Drive? By: Corey Silverberg About.com Guide Definition: The term sex drive was first widely adopted following the introduction of the concept by Sigmund Freud in his writings about sexuality and personality development. Freud used the term sex drive as well as the more specific term libido to refer to what he initially conceived […]
How do I know if I have Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
If you are unable to attain or maintain an erection suitable for intercourse, you could have some form of Erectile Dysfunction (ED).
If I have tried injection therapy or Viagra and they didn’t work, will Vacuum Therapy work for me?
Yes! Vacuum Therapy can work for you. Several medical studies have shown that Vacuum Therapy is a success for over 90% of men with Erectile Dysfunction and will produce an erection sufficient for intercourse.
Copyright © 2011 by Harvard University.http://www.health.harvard.edu According to 2011 National Center for Health Data statistics, almost one in three Americans has vitamin D blood levels below 20 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml), the threshold that the Institute of Medicine (IOM) says is needed for good bone health. Some experts say even higher levels are needed. Figuring […]
Originally posted by The Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University Sulforaphane, one of the primary phytochemicals in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables that helps them prevent cancer, has been shown for the first time to selectively target and kill cancer cells while leaving normal prostate cells healthy and unaffected. The findings, made by scientists […]
OHSU scientists discover new role for vitamin C in the eye — and the brain In a surprising finding, vitamin C is found to prolong proper functioning of retinal cells Portland, Ore. — Nerve cells in the eye require vitamin C in order to function properly — a surprising discovery that may mean vitamin C […]