By Sandra R. Leiblum
This commonly followed textual content and scientific reference offers a finished consultant to review and remedy of the entire significant male and female sexual dysfunctions. top professionals reveal potent how you can combine mental, interpersonal, and clinical interventions. each bankruptcy comprises designated scientific examples illustrating the method of remedy and the standards that effect remedy outcomes. New to This version: *Incorporates significant advances in study and perform. *Chapter issues together with chronic genital arousal affliction in ladies, sexual hope issues in males, actual remedy for woman sexual discomfort, remedy of sexual abuse survivors, sexuality and tradition, and sexual pharmacology. *Chapters on sexual problems linked to continual scientific ailment, in addition to sexual curiosity and hope problems in either men and women.
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Of 914 middle-aged women in the SWAN study, those with a history of major depressive illness reported less frequent arousal, less physical pleasure, and less emotional satisfaction in their present relationship. , 2004). Antidepressants, especially those that are more highly serotonergic, may lessen women’s sexual desire and arousal. , 2002). When women are specifically asked regarding sexual side effects, they may be detected in up to 70% of subjects (Montejo-Gonzalez, Llorca, Izquierdo, & Rico-Villademoros, 1997).