ORIGINAL CLINICAL STUDY

A new Non-Pharmacological Vacuum Therapy for Female Sexual Dysfunction
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy: 27: 2001

Original clinical trial results as published by:
Billups, K; Berman, J; Berman, L;, Metz, M; Glennon, M; Goldstein, I

90%

Reported an increase in genital sensation after using Eros

55%

Reported an increased ability to achieve orgasm after using Eros

80%

Reported an increase in vaginal lubrication after using Eros

80%

Reported an increase in overall sexual satisfaction after using Eros

CITATIONS

  1. A Non-Pharmacological Method to Increase Vaginal Blood Flow in Patients with Sexual Arousal Disorder. Rachel N. Pauls, MD; Laura Berman, PhD; Jennifer Berman, MD; Los Angeles, CA. The goal of this pilot study was to determine effects of the Eros Therapy device on vaginal blood flow.

  2. A Prospective Duplex Doppler Ultrasonographic Study in Women with Sexual Arousal Disorder to Objectively Assess Genital Engorgement Following Therapeutic Use with Eros Therapy. Ricardo Munarriz, Lily Talakoub, Irwin Goldstein; Boston University, Boston, MA. The aim of this prospective, IRB-approved study was to obtain objective information regarding the effectiveness of Eros Therapy to increase genital blood flow to the clitoris following therapeutic use in women with sexual arousal disorder.

  3. A new Non-Pharmacological Vacuum Therapy for Female Sexual Dysfunction. Kevin Billups, M.D., Billups Institute for Sexual Health & Medicine, St. Paul, MN
    Irwin Goldstein, M.D., Boston University, Boston, MA. The objective of this 32-subject study was to determine whether use of Eros Therapy improved sexual arousal.

FOLLOW UP STUDY

Treating Symptoms of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder With the Eros-Clitoral
Therapy Device (Eros Therapy)

Journal of Gender Specific Medicine, Vol.4/No. 2, 2001

Follow up study published by: Wilson, S; Delk, J; Billups, K

80%

Reported an increase in genital sensation after using Eros

60%

Reported an increased ability to achieve orgasm after using Eros

70%

Reported an increase in vaginal lubrication after using Eros

90%

Reported an increase in overall sexual satisfaction after using Eros

CITATIONS

  1. Treating Symptoms of Female Sexual Arousal Disorder With the Eros-Clitoral Therapy Device (Eros Therapy). Steve Wilson, M.D. and Barbara Wilson, Wilson Urology, Van Buren, AR. Nineteen subjects were enrolled in this study, 10 with symptoms of female sexual dysfunction and 9 without female sexual dysfunction.

CLINICAL RESEARCH

Available for Download

Vacuum-Induced Clitoral Engorgement for Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction

A Prospective Duplex Doppler Ultrasonographic Study in Women with Sexual Arousal Disorder to Objectively Assess Genital Engorgement Following Therapeutic Use with the Eros Therapy

A Non-Pharmacological Method to Increase Vaginal Blood Flow in Patients with Sexual Arousal Disorder

Treating Symptoms of Female Sexual Dysfunction with the Eros Clitoral Therapy Device