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Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender-Nonconforming People, Version 7
ABSTRACT The Standards of Care (SOC) for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People is a publication of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).Expand
Transgender people: health at the margins of society
The social and legal conditions in which many transgender people live, and the medical perspectives that frame the provision of health care for transgender people across much of the world are examined. Expand
Penile size and the ‘small penis syndrome’
Concern over the size of the penis, when such concern becomes excessive, might present as the ‘small penis syndrome’, an obsessive rumination with compulsive checking rituals, body dysmorphic disorder, or as part of a psychosis. Expand
Topical eutectic mixture for premature ejaculation (TEMPE): a novel aerosol‐delivery form of lidocaine‐prilocaine for treating premature ejaculation
To evaluate, in a phase II study, the efficacy and safety of a topical eutectic mixture for premature ejaculation (TEMPE), a metered‐dose aerosol spray containing a eutectic mixture of lidocaine andExpand
Serving transgender people: clinical care considerations and service delivery models in transgender health
This work reviews the increasing evidence and examples of the defined roles of the mental health professional in transgender health-care decisions, effective models of health service provision, and available surgical interventions for transgender people. Expand
Good Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Gender Dysphoria
The Good Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Gender Dysphoria is a publication of the Intercollegiate Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and recognizes that treatment for gender dysphoria has become more individualized. Expand
Psychological and Interpersonal Dimensions of Sexual Function and Dysfunction.
Research strongly supports the routine clinical investigation of psychological factors, partner-related factors, context, and life stressors and a biopsychosocial model to understand how these factors predispose to sexual dysfunction is recommended. Expand
British Society for Sexual Medicine guidelines on the management of erectile dysfunction.
A comprehensive evidence-based guideline has been developed that is highly relevant for primary and secondary care professionals enabling them to work within the unique requirements of the UK healthcare system. Expand
Why have you both come? Emotional, relationship, sexual and social issues raised by heterosexual couples seeking sexual therapy (in women referred to a sexual difficulties clinic with a history of
Women diagnosed by a dermatologist with vulvodynia, the majority with vulvovestibulitis, were interviewed prior to commencing couple sexual therapy by a research psychotherapist. The transcribedExpand
Psychological difficulties within a group of patients with vulvodynia
The level of psychological difficulties revealed significantly higher levels of psychological distress in the vulvodynia group within the domains of somatisation, obsessive-compulsive, depression, anxiety & phobic symptoms as well as with interpersonal sensitivity hostility and paranoia. Expand