Enhanced Female Satisfaction Can Lead to Relationship, Quality-of-Life
SKILLMAN, N.J., Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading sexual wellness experts who attended a satellite symposium of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Annual Conference in San Francisco on Sunday agreed that better intimacy can lead to better relationships and ultimately, better overall well-being. The group reached this consensus after a review and discussion of scientific research demonstrating how enhancing couples' sexual experiences can provide physical and emotional quality-of-life benefits.
Sponsored by McNEIL-PPC Inc., Enhancing Female Sexual Well-Being: Better Sex, Better Intimacy, Better Relationships also provided a forum for these experts to discuss female sexual well-being and scientific research regarding intimate relationship enhancement. The group examined barriers to optimal female sexual well-being and discussed female intimacy enhancement products.
"Enhancing a woman's sexual pleasure and feelings of intimacy is not only important to her, but it can certainly have a positive impact on her relationship and overall quality of life," said Dr. Sandra Leiblum*, Director of Psychological Services New Jersey Center for Sexual Wellness. "Exploring such enhancements in a forum like this is a significant step in furthering the understanding of female intimate satisfaction."
The panel featured some of the nation's most respected sexual health
and medical experts, psychologists and professional faculty.** Among the
distinguished participants were co-chair and speaker Dr. Hilda Hutcherson,
Clinical Professor of OBGYN at Columbia University, who discussed women's
awareness about increasing their sexual function and how heightened
intimacy can lead to overall better health. Hutcherson reiterated that
women with more active and satisfying sexual relationships report
consistently higher ratings of emotio
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