When you go over to someone's house for dinner, they are happy when you tell them about any allergies or preferences you might have. So why should sex with someone be any different? Communicating sexual preferences with your partner makes sex better for BOTH of you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you or your partner suffer from pain during intercourse? The Couples and Sexual Health Lab at Dalhousie University is recruiting couples where the woman experiences pain during intercourse to participate in their studies. Please see the advertisement for further details. ... See MoreSee Less

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General Inquiries: rosenlab@dal.ca

Couples and Sexual Health Lab (CaSH): 902-494-4223

Dr. Natalie Rosen: 902-494-4044 or by e-mail (see contact form)

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