Female sexual dysfunction, sexual distress, and compatibility with partner.

@article{Witting2008FemaleSD,
  title={Female sexual dysfunction, sexual distress, and compatibility with partner.},
  author={Katarina Witting and Pekka Santtila and Markus Varjonen and Patrick Jern and Ada Johansson and Bettina von der Pahlen and Kenneth N. Sandnabba},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={5 11},
  pages={
          2587-99
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Few studies have looked at prevalence estimates for female sexual dysfunctions in combination with personal distress, although existing diagnostic criteria for sexual disorders include both aspects. Further, the variation in female sexual function has been shown to be largely explained by unique nongenetic factors. Such factors may include partner sexual function and perception of sexual compatibility with a partner, factors which may also be associated with sexual distress. AIM… Expand
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