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common diseases associated with sexual dysfunction

depression
cardiovascular disease
chronic respiratory disease
musculoskeletal disorders
cancer

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When should nitroglycerin not be taken for sexual dysfunction?

patients on sildenafil

3

What antidepressant negatively affect all aspects of sexual function?

venlafaxine
mirtazapine

4

What is required for an orgasm?

intact sympathetic NS
muscle tone

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What is Erotophilia and Erotophobia referring to?

Positive or negative emotional responses to sexuality

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Outercourse

Any form of sexual intimacy that does not involve intercourse

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FROTTEURISM

Touching or rubbing a non-consenting person in a sexual manner or the recurrent urge to do so (like bus sexual assult)

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VOYEURISM

peeping tom

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dyspareunia

painful intercourse

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sexual arousal disorder

Persistent or recurring absence of sexual fantasy
Lack of receptivity to sexual activity

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sexual aversion disorder

fear and disgust of sex

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categories of orgasmic disorders

primary: never had one
secondary

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What conducts orgasms?

CNS (Spinal cord)
ACCUMBENS NUCLEUS: reward center

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Vaginismus

Involuntary contraction of muscles around vaginal opening

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Exam procedure for dyspareunia

monomanual exam
then bimanual and speculum

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siladenafil

vasodilator for sexual dysfunction

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intersexuality

individuals who do not conform to traditional male or female classification

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pseudohermaphrodite

two testes or two ovaries but with ambiguous genital appearance

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Woffian

male

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Mullerian

female

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hypospadius

opening of penis on underside

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What is MIF and what is it produced by?

inhibits mullerian (female) development
By Sertoli cells

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Tumescence

Parasympathetic NS

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path of male external genitalia differentiation

SRY --> TDF --> GONADS (Sertoli: MIH; Leydig: Testosterone) --> DHT (converted from testosterone) --> differentiation

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What hormone are Sertoli cells affected by

FSH

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What hormone affects Leydig cells?

LH

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What cells influence Mullerian formation?

Sertoli

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What does the genital tubercle develop into?

male or female glans

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XX virilized

too much androgen; ovaries present
internally female, externally ambiguous

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What can XX virilized be caused by?

congenital adrenal hyperplasia
from mom: adrenal tumor or excessive androgens