WEIRD THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO SOME PEOPLE AFTER ORGASM
Gynaecologist, Dr Joseph Sgroi, echoes this sentiment.
It’s mportant to work with a specialist team incorporating a gynaecologist, neurologist and sex therapist. It might feel overwhelming, but working with this closely associated team can help alleviate anxiety and concerns,” he says.
“Many individuals start to associate orgasm with fear, apprehension and distress, and this can have a consequential negative impact on their sexual activity and relationships, so seeking help early is best”
WHY DON’T WE SCREEN FOR OVARIAN CANCER?
Tragically, over 60 per cent of cases of ovarian cancer are diagnosed after the cancer has spread. That is why doctors like Melbourne obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Joseph Sgroi are crying out for an effective screening test that can detect ovarian cancer in its early stages
“What we’ve currently got – in terms of CA125 and ultrasound scans – actually causes a hell of a lot more anxiety and possibly unnecessary surgery than it does in terms of prevention of ovarian cancer,” Dr Sgroi says.