Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
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Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (MHSDD) is defined in the DSM-5 as persistent or recurrently deficient sexual or erotic thoughts, fantasies, and desire for sexual activity. These symptoms must have persisted for a minimum of six months, and they must cause clinically significant distress.
Wiki Number: 27-Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Order
Age Onset: 3
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- Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines in the Treatment of Ejaculatory Disorders: A Systematic Reviewby Kristian Leisegang on September 28, 2023
Background and Objectives: Ejaculatory dysfunction (EjD) is a common male sexual disorder that includes premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, and anejaculation. Although psychological and pharmacological treatments are available, traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine (TCAM) is reportedly used. However, the clinical evidence for TCAM in EjD remains unclear. Therefore, this study aims to systematically review human clinical trials investigating the use...
- Schlaflos in die erektile Dysfunktionby Robert Bublak on September 27, 2023
- Changes to hypothalamic volume and associated subunits during gender-affirming hormone therapyby Melisande E Konadu on September 26, 2023
CONCLUSION: Our results suggest a subunit-specific effect of GHT on hypothalamus volumes in TW. This finding is in accordance with previous reports of positive and negative effects of androgens and estrogens, respectively, on cerebral volumes.
- Autophagy, a critical element in the aging male reproductive disorders and prostate cancer: a therapeutic point of viewby Pourya Raee on September 25, 2023
Autophagy is a highly conserved, lysosome-dependent biological mechanism involved in the degradation and recycling of cellular components. There is growing evidence that autophagy is related to male reproductive biology, particularly spermatogenic and endocrinologic processes closely associated with male sexual and reproductive health. In recent decades, problems such as decreasing sperm count, erectile dysfunction, and infertility have worsened. In addition, reproductive health is closely...