Genital vibration for sexual function and enhancement: a review of evidence

@article{Rullo2018GenitalVF,
  title={Genital vibration for sexual function and enhancement: a review of evidence},
  author={J. Rullo and T. Lorenz and M. Ziegelmann and Laura E Meihofer and D. Herbenick and S. Faubion},
  journal={Sexual and Relationship Therapy},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={263 - 274}
}
ABSTRACT Vibration, as provided by a genital vibrator, is commonly regarded as a tool to enhance sexual pleasure and in modern day society falls under the category of a sex toy. However, the vibrator was not originally intended to be a toy, and its benefits reach far beyond that of a plaything. This article is a narrative review of the current evidence regarding the use of vibratory stimulation for the treatment of sexual dysfunction and/or sexual and relationship enhancement. The literature… Expand
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