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Hypoactive Sexual Desire
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Hypoactive Sexual Desire Podcasts
Listen to leading physicians discuss hypoactive sexual desire on the BackTable Urology Podcast. Get tips, tricks, and expert guidance from your peers and level up your practice.
In this episode, host Dr. Suzette Sutherland is joined by Dr. Kelly Casperson, a urologist who specializes in women’s sexual health, to discuss the importance of education, therapy, and hormone replacement in female sexual health.
They explore topics such as the role of estrogen and testosterone in women’s sexual desire, FDA-approved medications for hypoactive sexual desire disorder, and the importance of sex education and communication within relationships. They also highlight the topic of gender inequality in sexual health care delivery and the lack of clinical resources specifically tailored to women’s needs. In sum, they aim to provide a deeper understanding of female sexual health and offer strategies for practitioners to provide more effective care.
We talk with Dr. Ashley Winter about the importance of educating physicians and patients on female sexual health, including common presenting symptoms and newer treatments.
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