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The history of female ejaculation.
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Credible evidence exists among different cultures that the female prostate and female ejaculation have been discovered, described and then forgotten over the last 2,000 years. Expand
Toward a More Evidence-Based Nosology and Nomenclature for Female Sexual Dysfunctions-Part II.
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A unified set of definitions for female sexual dysfunctions that reflect current science provide useful nomenclature for current and future management of women with sexual disorders and development of new therapies. Expand
Responses to the proposed DSM-V changes.
Improvements to the Vulva, Vestibule, Urethral Meatus, and Vagina in Women Treated With Ospemifene for Moderate to Severe Dyspareunia: A Prospective Vulvoscopic Pilot Study
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Ospemifene 60 mg daily for 20 weeks showed improvement in physical examination findings in this prospective study of menopausal women with dyspareunia, as documented on vulvoscopic photography, consistent with improvements in subject-reported pain and sexual function. Expand
Toward a More Evidence-Based Nosology and Nomenclature for Female Sexual Dysfunctions-Part III.
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The revision of the ISSWSH nomenclature regarding the criteria for the 2 arousal categories, FCAD and FGAD, and the recommended diagnostic strategies offers a framework for management of women with arousal disorders. Expand
The International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health Process of Care for the Identification of Sexual Concerns and Problems in Women
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This POC describes core and advanced competencies in FSD for clinicians who are not sexual medicine specialists and serve as caregivers of women and is useful for clinicians with any level of competence in sexual medicine. Expand
Biopsychosocial Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction: A Pilot Study of Patient Perceptions From 2 Multi-Disciplinary Clinics
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The team-based model of care for management of sexual dysfunction in women including a medical provider, physical therapist, and sex therapist is associated with patient-perceived benefit, satisfaction, and value. Expand
A Meta-Analysis Detailing Overall Sexual Function and Orgasmic Function in Women Undergoing Midurethral Sling Surgery for Stress Incontinence
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There is a discrepancy between postoperative sexual satisfaction and orgasmic function after midurethral sling surgery, and it is proposed that this surgical procedure can compromise orgasmicfunction in some women. Expand
Existing and Future Educational Needs in Graduate and Postgraduate Education.
INTRODUCTION This review was designed to make recommendations on future educational needs, principles of curricular development, and how the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) shouldExpand
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