The Sexual Advice Association, (formerly the Sexual Dysfunction Association), is a charitable organisation, to help improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women and to raise awareness of the extent to which sexual conditions affect the general population.
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The Sexual Advice Association
Suite 301, Emblem House,
London Bridge Hospital
27 Tooley Street
Call us : 020 7486 7262
Charitable Company registered in England and Wales.
Charity registration number 1104691.
59 Knowle Wood Road, Dorridge, West Midlands
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A tribute to the late
Dr John Tomlinson
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Thinking About Sex Day 2015
It’s all about risk...
Men aged 30-40 years experiencing erection problems have a seven-fold risk of coronary artery disease as they age over their next 10-15 years, and men aged 40-50 years experiencing erection problem have an increased 50 fold risk of a cardiac event in next 10 years. Erection problems can be caused by, or be an early warning sign, of ill health such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease. For more information about erection problems, log onto Erection Connection, developed by Mrs Lorraine Grover, Psychosexual Nurse Specialist and Trustee of the Sexual Advice Association.
Just last week (Feb 2015), Dr Graham Jackson, Consultant Cardiologist, London and Chair of the Sexual Advice Association, was presented with the European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM) Award for his outstanding contribution in the field of sexual medicine. He is specifically recognised for his extensive work on the risk between erection problems and cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The Award was presented at the 17th Congress of the ESSM in Copenhagen.
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