Audio | Interviews
Caring For Women Who Are or Have Been Incarcerated: Contraception, Sexual Health and Trauma-Informed Care
In this episode of Pap Talk, Gloria Bachmann, MD, MSc, breaks down what it means to be a health care provider for incarcerated individuals, and explores the specific challenges women and their providers face during and after incarceration. Joined by sexual health expert Michael Krychman, MD, Bachmann also discusses trauma-informed care and how providers can get informed.
Taboo-ty podcast: Sexual Health, Intimacy and Colon Cancer
Dr. Michael Krychman, a clinical sexual counselor and expert leader in sexual health and intimacy will lead us through five weeks of discussions on how cancer and cancer treatment affect this important aspect of life during and after cancer treatment.In Episode One, Sharyn Worrall from our Patient Resources team and Dr. Krychman start the series by discussing what sexual health and intimacy mean and issues that come up for many CRC patients. In episodes 2-5, we’ll interview patients and offer tips for navigating sexual health and colorectal cancer.
Flibanserin 101: Benefits vs Risks for Women with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
Flibanserin’s approval by the FDA for women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), touted by the press as the “Pink Viagra,” created an enormous amount of media hype across the nation. But the facts on this drug’s mechanism of action, intended benefits, adverse effects, and efficacy borne in clinical trials have gone largely under the radar.
Sexuality in Elder Women: Why Physicians Need to Ask About It
It is known from prior studies that healthcare professionals who wait for the subjects of sex and intimacy to be brought forth by their patients will typically not cover these important health topics at all. Nowhere is this more prominent than in elderly patient populations, particularly in women, where even the mere idea of continuing sexuality is so often ignored.
How to Make the Issue of Low Sexual Desire in Women a High Priority for Doctors
More than 43 percent of women across the country, of all ages and races, have some type of sexual complaint or problem; but more often than not, they don’t talk to their doctor about it. How can doctors bring up this issue without making their patients feel uncomfortable?
Managing Sexual Complaints in Breast Cancer Patients
When a woman is first diagnosed with breast cancer, a doctor’s first concern is a treatment plan. But what happens after chemotherapy, radiation and surgery? Women must once again learn to reconnect with their bodies.
Towards Gender Equality in Sexual Health: The Rise in Female Sexuality Awareness
Joining Dr. Michael Krychman to qualify this new trend and examine ways to open communication about sexual health with women in clinical practice is Dr. Alyssa Dweck, assistant clinical professor of OB/GYN at the Mount Sanai School of Medicine and expert in women’s sexual health and dysfunction.
Why It’s Important To Open The Sexual Health Dialogue
In this 5-minute audiocast, Dr. Krychman offers key takeaways from his seminar, “Sexuality in the Elder Woman,” at the 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Painful menopausal sex: New drug prompts discussion
When it comes to menopausal symptoms, hot flashes get all the press. But another common problem associated with menopause isn’t talked about much outside of doctors’ offices – and sometimes not there either.
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