The groundbreaking New York Times bestseller now in a fully revised edition
Dr. Jennifer Berman, one of the few female urologists in the United States, and her sister, Dr. Laura Berman, a sex therapist, wrote this comprehensive handbook for the whole woman to examine all facets of her sexual health. They discuss surprising new information about how the female anatomy really works, ways female sexual response changes through various stages of life, how women can recognize and identify sexual problems, and tips for talking to doctors about sexual complaints without embarrassment.
This new edition brings all the information in the book fully up to date and includes
- advice about the latest medical treatments
- information on new drugs and products
- a revised exercises section and all-new case studies
- a self-assessment questionaire to help women recognize
whether a problem exists and lend direction on where
to seek help
For Women Only is still the most complete guide available to treating sexual problems and achieving full sexual potential.
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks; 2nd edition (March 24, 2005)
“Sex therapist Laura Berman and urologist Jennifer Berman are on the cutting edge of current research.”-Newsweek
“Dr. Jennifer Berman and Dr. Laura Berman have written a comprehensive-and revolutionary-handbook on women’s sexual health. They begin where Masters and Johnson left off, defining the female sexual response and offering levelheaded advice and treatment for women’s sexual needs.”-Helen Fisher, author of Anatomy of Love
“The Berman sisters [are] pioneers in the study of women’s sexual dysfunction.”-Los Angeles Times
Jennifer and Laura Berman (a psychologist and a urologist) have compiled a resource essential for every woman with some type of sexual dissatisfaction. The old thought that a woman’s sexual problem was “all in her head” is quickly dispelled, backed up by scientific research, anatomical evidence and specific suggestions. I am giving my copy to my gynecologist…he needs to know this information and apparently doesn’t. This should be required reading for every physician and mental health professional. Very valuable!