Study Led by CU Doctors Finds Genital Stimulators Can Alleviate Sexual Dysfunction

TV stations across the United States shared the findings of this study, giving hope to more than 78 million American women

Sexual Dysfunction | CU Urogynecology | Denver | Logos from mediaDr. Marsha K. Guess and Dr. Kathleen Connell led a study that found the use of a genital vibratory stimulation device (GVSD) improves sexual function in women with arousal and orgasmic dysfunctions. This is a problem that 50 percent of women struggle with.

Our hope is to change the negative stigmas associated with stimulation devices. We want to help women feel comfortable seeking help.” Dr. Guess

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