Essentials of Female Sexual Dysfunction from a Sex Therapy Perspective

Linda E. Ohl, MSW, CSW, ACH

Disclosures

Urol Nurs. 2007;27(1):57-63. 

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Conclusion

Female sexual dysfunction is a common problem. Most dysfunctions are thought to be psychogenic, but our understanding increases as more studies are completed, providing new outlook on the etiologies of FSD. The initial discussion with the patient is of utmost importance, as some problems can be handled without referral. With more complex issues, referral to a qualified sex therapist can help the problem heal.

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