Female Sexual-Arousal Interest Disorder
Candace syndrome, female sexual interest/arousal disorder. Specialty. Psychiatry, gynaecology. Female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD) is a disorder characterized by a persistent or recurrent inability to attain sexual arousal or to maintain arousal until the completion of a sexual activity.
Wiki Number: W082
Diagnosis: Female Sexual Arousal-Interest Disorder
Brain Area: smaller amygdala activity than for sexual activity without the disorder
Symptoms: cannot remain aroused through sexual activity
Progression: can be lifelong or acquired; general or situational
Causes: neurological or cardiovascular illnesses or fears; inadequate lubrication-swelling; loss of libido after hysterectomy
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- Psychometric properties of the Romanian version of the female sexual function index (FSFI-RO)by Ana-Maria Cristina Daescu on October 6, 2023
CONCLUSIONS: The FSFI-RO showed similar psychometric properties to those of the original version, therefore being a reliable and valid instrument that can be used in Romanian-speaking women.
- Sexual differences in locus coeruleus neurons and related behavior in C57BL/6J miceby Patricia Mariscal on September 28, 2023
CONCLUSIONS: Overall, this study provides new insights into the sex differences related to LC nucleus and associated behaviors, which may explain the heightened emotional arousal response observed in females.
- Long-Term Follow Up of Sexual Function and Steroid Levels in Women after Perimenopausal Hysterectomy with or without Concomitant Oophorectomyby Jonas Zimmerman on August 12, 2023
Hysterectomy, most often performed because of bleeding disorders or uterine leiomyoma, is one of the most common major surgical procedures in women and is usually performed during the perimenopausal period on ages 45-55 years. Hysterectomy may be combined with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, as a risk-reducing procedure to minimize the risk of ovarian cancer. An open question is whether concomitant oophorectomy, with cessation of ovarian androgen secretion, has any long-term effects on sexual...
- Postmenopausal women's usage of complementary and alternative medicine and its relationship to sexual function: A cross-sectional study in southeastern Iranby Mahlagha Dehghan on August 11, 2023
CONCLUSION: There were no significant differences between CAM users and nonusers about sexual functions and all its domains. Further research in different communities with different health systems is recommended to investigate the relationship between CAM and sexual function among postmenopausal women.