Women’s Sexual Medicine

Sexual function is one of the most underreported areas in women’s health today. According to the National Health and Social Life Survey from 1992, 43% of the women studied reported concerns with their sexual functioning over the course of one year. However, for a diagnosis of sexual dysfunction to be made, these concerns must be associated with personal distress. It is important to remember that what may be considered “abnormal” for one woman may be “normal” for another. Although a sexual complaint may not signify dysfunction, it is still important to discuss the problem with your clinician as it may also be a sign of underlying disease.

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