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The London Clinic
Lorraine helps men and women overcome difficulties with sex. A big speciality is erectile dysfunction, discussing treatments and providing psychosexual help optimises the best outcome.

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Specialties and sub-specialties

Erectile dysfunction/erectile disorder
Premature ejaculation
Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder/vaginismus
Female orgasmic disorder
Female sexual interest/arousal disorder
Male hypoactive sexual desire disorder
Substance/medication induced sexual dysfunction

Professional profile

Lorraine has over thirty years’ clinical experience within the NHS and private sector. She trained as a nurse at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London in 1984 and in 2003 qualified as a Psychosexual (Sex) Therapist.

As an NHS Research Sister she was involved in the early clinical trials of sildenafil citrate (Viagra). Lorraine recognised how giving patients the opportunity to discuss their sexual difficulties could significantly improve their wellbeing.

She developed her own nurse-led Erectile Dysfunction clinics at St George’s Hospital, London. As causes for erectile difficulties can be both psychological and organic she considers both aspects of management.

She has received several national awards (both individual and team-based) for her contributions to the effective management of sexual function.

Lorraine is a Trustee of the Sexual Advice Association and involved as an advisor and lecturer for Prostate Cancer UK. She regularly contributes to the Macmillan Online Community ‘Ask an Expert’ forum. She is a member of the British and International Societies of Sexual Medicine and College of Sex and Relationship Therapists.

Lorraine is the expert for the 'Ask about sex' online discussion at Macmillan Cancer Support.

Clinical interests

  • Management of male and female sexual dysfunction and the impact of ill-health
  • Management of sexual function in people with prostate cancer or diabetes
  • Prostate cancer and sexual function
  • Management of erectile dysfunction combined with psychosexual therapy

Medical training

  • Registered nurse, qualified from St Bartholomew's Hospital
  • Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy


Being bodies: Sex and erectile dysfunction
MacMillan Online Community
ED can affect people for lots of different reasons, both physical and emotional. It can have a big effect on people’s sex lives, relationships and self-esteem.
Can veganism help with erectile function?
The Guardian
Lorraine Grover says there’s no evidence for veganism improving sexual performance, and lists the reasons men may struggle: diabetes, vascular problems and nerve damage.
How running can boost your sex drive
The Times
New research has shown that vigorous workouts can have unexpected benefits.
Why we need to talk about sex more, not less
The Urology Foundation
Lorraine Grover makes the case for seeing sexual health not just as physical health, but as mental and emotional. The only way to achieve a healthy sex life is through talking.
Erectile dysfunction - how the clocks going back this weekend could treat the condition
Daily Express
Lorraine suggests that patients could lower their risk of impotence with the added daytime hour.
Over 50s Erectile Dysfunction
Mr and Mrs 50 Plus
Lorraine encouraged men and their partners to visit their local pharmacy to make the first steps towards finding a solution to ED.
All you need to know about THAT little blue pill
Daily Mail
Lorraine is a contributor to a Daily Mail piece on the 20th anniversary of Viagra's launch.
Prostate cancer and sex - it's time we all talked about it
Prostate Cancer UK
orraine Grover, a psychosexual nurse therapist at The London Clinic, explains why it's important for us all to be more open about talking about sex.

Personal interests

Lorraine enjoys travel, theatre in particular musicals and spending time with her family.

She also enjoys being a trustee of the Sexual Advice Association (SAA). The SAA keeps me busy helping to spread the word that there is help available to support patients and clinicians regarding sexual difficulties.