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However, most of these studies have focused on the prevalence and types of sexual disorders and have paid less attention to the treatment dimensions, including training, consultation and pharmacotherapy.
A diagnosis such as hypersexual disorder or compulsive sexual disorder may assist clinicians in patient care by providing a set of clinical criteria.
This self-contradiction in the report derives from the commission's relying in one place on the Manual and in another, apparently, on testimony of the Director of the Sexual Disorders Clinic of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
The first step in dealing with PE is talking about it, and the advice we would give to men to overcome the hurdle of any type of sexual disorder is to talk about it, particularly with their partner.
In the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions, homosexuality is regarded as a sexual disorder, and homosexual activity as morally wrong.
Last night, animal experts confirmed the pet, who has been sent for therapy, was suffering a sexual disorder.
She shows how, in both periods, the adolescent girl became not only a target of competing strategies of sexual control but also a symbol of sexual disorder that was manipulated by various groups to advance their own political ends.
Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) decision to further delay approval of the first-ever drug to treat the most common female sexual disorder, the National Consumers League and the National Organization for Women, joined by women's health and advocacy organizations, are calling on the FDA to move swiftly to end the 16 year wait for women in treatment of sexual dysfunction.
1) It is difficult, if not impossible, to treat the sexual disorder without also addressing these related disorders.
The loss of libido is the most common sexual difficulty in females that is seen in sexual disorder clinics.
In essence, this means that we are able to remain constantly open to hear yet another story that gives understanding -- and perhaps explanation -- of our patient with a sexual disorder.
Science increasingly recognizes that the person most-obviously affected by a sexual disorder, the patient, does not suffer alone.