Your Orgasm Questions Answered | Dr. Rachel Rubin
Dr. Rachel Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She is one of only a handful of physicians fellowship trained in male and female sexual medicine. Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and vocal educator in the field of sexual medicine.
In this episode, Dr. Rubin covers:
- What an orgasm actually is and whether you can have one without knowing it
- Why we need to redefine foreplay, intercourse, and satisfaction
- How anatomy differences between sexes impact your experience
- How porn taught us ALL.THE.WRONG.THINGS
- Answers to your questions about headache, squirting, and your “struggles” in the bedroom
- ….and most importantly – why YOU.ARE.NOT.BROKEN
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Referenced in the podcast & related episodes:
- Contact Dr Rubin: @DrRachelRubin on social media and RachelRubinMD.com
- Find a Doctor Page
- Dipsea app
- Rosy app
- Article: A Simple Hip Operation Damaged my Nerves and Ruined by Sex Life
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More about Dr Rachel Rubin
Dr Rubin is an assistant clinical professor of Urology at Georgetown University and works in a private practice in Washington DC. She completed her medical and undergraduate training at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her fellowship training under Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she also serves as Associate Editor for the Journal Sexual Medicine Reviews.
**The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions.
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