Describing the Clinical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) is the most prevalent form of female sexual dysfunction (FSD) in the United States and is characterized by a decrease or lack of sexual desire accompanied by distress. Despite the relatively high prevalence of HSDD in US women 18-44 years of age (∼10%), there is a limited understanding of the condition among physicians.

Authors

Sharon Parish, Zainab Shahpurwala, Amod Athavale, Rahul Ravindranath, Nandini Hadker, and Michelle Lim-Watson

Journal

ISSWSH / ISSM Joint Meeting, March 2019

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