Flashcards in Human Sexuality Exam Deck (125)
common diseases associated with sexual dysfunction
chronic respiratory disease
When should nitroglycerin not be taken for sexual dysfunction?
patients on sildenafil
What antidepressant negatively affect all aspects of sexual function?
What is required for an orgasm?
intact sympathetic NS
What is Erotophilia and Erotophobia referring to?
Positive or negative emotional responses to sexuality
Any form of sexual intimacy that does not involve intercourse
Touching or rubbing a non-consenting person in a sexual manner or the recurrent urge to do so (like bus sexual assult)
sexual arousal disorder
Persistent or recurring absence of sexual fantasy
Lack of receptivity to sexual activity
sexual aversion disorder
fear and disgust of sex
categories of orgasmic disorders
primary: never had one
What conducts orgasms?
CNS (Spinal cord)
ACCUMBENS NUCLEUS: reward center
Involuntary contraction of muscles around vaginal opening
Exam procedure for dyspareunia
then bimanual and speculum
vasodilator for sexual dysfunction
individuals who do not conform to traditional male or female classification
two testes or two ovaries but with ambiguous genital appearance
opening of penis on underside
What is MIF and what is it produced by?
inhibits mullerian (female) development
By Sertoli cells
path of male external genitalia differentiation
SRY --> TDF --> GONADS (Sertoli: MIH; Leydig: Testosterone) --> DHT (converted from testosterone) --> differentiation
What hormone are Sertoli cells affected by
What hormone affects Leydig cells?
What cells influence Mullerian formation?
What does the genital tubercle develop into?
male or female glans
too much androgen; ovaries present
internally female, externally ambiguous