Monthly Archive:: August 2018

G-Spot existence Proved?

The controversy around G-Spot discussed. The below image is the “letter to the editor” for Hoag et al article below. DOI:

YO! | The Sperm Test Kit

Breakthrough in the field of infertility evaluation! Smartphone app for semen analysis and fertility test!! Kudos to Dr.SS.Vasan (President-Elect, SASSM) and his team! Read here:…/smartphone-app-yo-semen-analysis-f…  

Inhibition of sperm motility in male macaques with EP055, a potential non-hormonal male contraceptive

Reversible, Short-acting, non-hormonal male contraceptive has passed preclinical testing on Rhesus Macaque, with no long-term effects. It works by targeting a protein on the surface of sperm limiting its ability to move. All the macaques involved in the EP055 study showed signs of complete recovery 18 days after being given an infusion. Read more here.

Cell Phone usage & Male Infertility

“Cell phone radiation may negatively affect sperm quality in men by decreasing the semen volume, sperm concentration, sperm count, motility, and viability, thus impairing male fertility.” Read more:

2nd SASSM school program SASSM Bangladesh Chapter | 30 June – 2 July 2018

SASSM Bangladesh Conducted their 2nd SASSM school program | 30 June – 2 July 2018

Kanamara Matsuri | Japanese Pallus Festival


The Textbook of Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Diagnosis and Treatment by ISSWSH

The Textbook of Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Diagnosis and Treatment by ISSWSH. Click here to read the excerpt. Order the book from here.

Association between Marijuana use and Sexual frequency ìn the US: Population based Study

RESULTS: The results of 28,176 women (average age = 29.9 years) and 22,943 men (average age = 29.5) were analyzed. More than 60% of men and women were Caucasian, and 76.1% of men and 80.4% of women reported at least a high school education. After adjustment, female monthly (incidence rate ratio [IRR] = 1.34, 95% CI = 1.07-1.68, P =

A Brief History Of Sexology

Clinical sexology has its roots in mid-19th Century England and Germany. Havelock Ellis (1859-1939), an English medical doctor, surgeon and sexologist, was one of the first researchers to challenge the sexual repression of the Victorian Age (generally considered to span the time of Queen Victoria’s reign, 1819-1901) along with its taboo against masturbation (now considered by

Tips for fertile swimmers!

4 Ways to Make Your Sperm Stronger, Faster, and More Fertile. Read Here.