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.


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Wiki Number: 27-Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Order
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Age Onset: 3
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Resources for Physicians, Counselors and Researchers


The world-wide medical research
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  • A multidisciplinary approach to screen the post-COVID-19 conditions
    by Nicola Squillace on January 24, 2023

    CONCLUSIONS: In our sample of patients with severe COVID-19, we found that PCC are highly variable and fluctuating over time; in particular, in about 50% of our patients new SC appear during follow up. Moreover, presence of PCC also in patients without SC at discharge and the variability of symptoms underlining the advisability of our multidisciplinary approach.

  • Chronic liver diseases and erectile dysfunction
    by Guanghui Zang on January 23, 2023

    Chronic liver diseases (CLDs) are characterized by progressive necrosis of hepatocytes, which leads to liver fibrosis and cirrhosis, and ultimately liver dysfunction. The statistics of 2020 shows that the number of patients with CLDs, including chronic hepatitis, fatty liver, and cirrhosis, may exceed 447 million in China. The liver is a crucial organ for the metabolism of various substances, including sex hormones and lipids. CLDs frequently result in abnormalities in the metabolism of sex...

  • Impact of body composition analysis on male sexual function: A metabolic age study
    by Ahmad Majzoub on January 23, 2023

    INTRODUCTION: Metabolic Age (MetAge) and body composition analysis may reflect an individual's metabolic status, which is believed to influence male sexual and gonadal functions. Although erectile dysfunction (ED) and hypogonadism are increasingly prevalent with age, they are also detected among younger men. This study aims to assess the impact of MetAge and body composition on male sexual and gonadal status overall, and particularly in men younger than 40 years of age.

  • Assessment of the Impact of Pentafecta Parameters Affecting the Quality of Life of Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
    by Mateusz Wojtarowicz on January 21, 2023

    Prostate cancer is being detected in increasingly younger men. These patients expect to preserve their current quality of life and quickly recover after treatment. Medical technology and surgical techniques are advancing along with the growing expectations of patients. In addition, the universal method of assessing the quality of outcomes after operations is constantly being researched. As of today, biochemical remission alone, after radical prostatectomy, is insufficient for the patient....