Problems in Sexual Functioning
People are increasingly recognizing and seeking treatment for sexual problems. They are often seen initially by primary physicians, medical specialists, and other clinicians, because they believe that there is an organic etiology for their symptomatology. Consultation and referral may be sought when an organic etiology is not found or when there is a psychogenic component regardless of the etiology of the symptoms.
KeywordsSexual Dysfunction Sexual Functioning Sexual Problem Premature Ejaculation Female Sexual Dysfunction
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