Sexual health matters

Female sexual dysfunction, though reputedly intractable and difficult, can be managed successfully if caregivers will ask their patients about it.

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Authors

John E. Buster, M.D.

Volume 100, Issue 4, Page 897, October 2013

Abstract

Female sexual dysfunction, though reputedly intractable and difficult, can be managed very successfully if caregivers will ask their patients about it.

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