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Loss of sexual desire, impaired arousal, inability to achieve orgasm, or sexual pain are some of the symptoms that characterize sexual dysfunction. A diagnosis of female sexual dysfunction is made when there are sufficient symptoms to cause personal distress.
After completing this course, you should be able to
1. List the 6 components of Female Sexual Interest and Arousal Disorder for diagnosis.
2. Explain the multifactorial nature of Female Sexual Dysfunction.
3. Recommend common non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatments.
4. Explain how to open the discussion with patients regarding female sexual concerns.
1. Introduction: Prevalence and definitions
2. Assessment: History
3. Assessment: Physical examination
4. Developing a differential diagnosis
5. Treatment paradigm
6. Sexual pharmacology
7. Preliminary and unapproved treatments