Female sexual desire disorders: subtypes, classification, personality factors and new directions for treatment

@article{Hartmann2002FemaleSD,
  title={Female sexual desire disorders: subtypes, classification, personality factors and new directions for treatment},
  author={Uwe Herbert Hartmann and Kristina Heiser and Claudia R{\"u}ffer-Hesse and Gabriele Kloth},
  journal={World Journal of Urology},
  year={2002},
  volume={20},
  pages={79-88}
}
Lack of sexual interest is highly prevalent in the general female population and, for more than two decades, low sexual desire has been the most common presenting problem in clinical institutions. The renewed interest in female sexual dysfunction has recently focused on biological and classification aspects whilst personality- and partner-related factors, as well as theoretical concepts, have largely been neglected. After critically reviewing the current diagnostic systems for female desire… CONTINUE READING
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