Management of sexual dysfunction in Parkinson's disease.

  title={Management of sexual dysfunction in Parkinson's disease.},
  author={Gila Bronner and David Bozidar Vodusek},
  journal={Therapeutic advances in neurological disorders},
  volume={4 6},
Nonmotor symptoms, among them sexual dysfunction, are common and underrecognized in patients with Parkinson disease; they play a major role in the deterioration of quality of life of patients and their partners. Loss of desire and dissatisfaction with their sexual life is encountered in both genders. Hypersexuality (HS), erectile dysfunction and problems with ejaculation are found in male patients, and loss of lubrication and involuntary urination during sex are found in female patients. Tremor… CONTINUE READING
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