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Integrative Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction 

Integrative Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction
Integrative Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunction

Jeffrey A. Albaugh

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date: 27 July 2021

Male sexual dysfunction is common and may include hypoactive sexual desire disorders/lack of libido, premature ejaculation, decreased ability to climax or orgasm, erectile dysfunction, and/or Peyronie’s disease. There are a myriad of cognitive behavioral, integrative, and traditional medicinal treatment options available. Each treatment has pros and cons. Patient education prior to deciding on a treatment is key. Individual patients need to understand the good and bad of each treatment to make an informed decision about how they want to meet their sexual health goals. Traditional medical treatments were discussed in Chapter 4. The aim of this chapter is to describe other nonmedicinal, nonsurgical treatment options for male sexual dysfunction.

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