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Observation:
Sexual Dysfunction in Women (Female Orgasmic Disorder)

The Merck Manual Home Edition states " About 30 to 50% of women have sexual problems at some time during their life. If the problems are severe enough to cause distress, they may be considered sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction can be described and diagnosed in terms of specific problems, such as lack of interest or desire, difficulty becoming aroused or reaching orgasm, pain during sexual activity, involuntary tightening of the muscles around the vagina, or persistent and unwanted physical (genital) arousal. However, these distinctions are not always useful. Almost all women with sexual dysfunction have features of more than one such specific problem. For example, women who have difficulty becoming aroused may enjoy sex less, have difficulty reaching orgasm, or even find sex painful. These women and most women who have pain during sexual activity often understandably lose their interest in and desire for sex..

There are four steps that women experience in the sexual process. These combine physical and emotional experiences.
*Desire
*Arousal
*Orgasm
*Resolution

And these can be affected by *Pain which can be physical and/or psychological.

Medications Used in Treatment:
1. Systemic Estrogen: Minivelle®, Estrace®, Premarin®
2. Topical Estrogen: Estrace® or Premarin® vaginal cream
3.Topical or Oral Androgen: Covaryx®, Estra-Test®, topical testosterone cream
4.
Sildenafil
5. Oral oxytocin
6. Androgen injections, pellets and Topical creams
7. Antidepressants (SSRIs) may block orgasms in some women


*<[Editor] As the cause of sexual dysfunction may be primarily hormonal, the editor suggests performing a comprehensive physical body examination, PAP smear for maturation index (estrogen effect), and a gentle vaginal and rectal examination. H.I.S. or H.E.R. Laboratory Blood Panel include hormonal tests of estrogen, testosterone, FSH, LH and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin. This site offers insight into what is considered mid-range reference range values. The PAP smear with maturation index, we repeat, is a simple marker of low levels of vaginal estrogen. The laboratory tests may help define other vitamin, mineral, nutrient and hormonal deficiencies (such as thyroid). Over-the-counter supplements may be available at the on-line Vitamin site.

*[Editor] 'Scream Creams' are products produced by compounding pharmacies that contain small amounts of testosterone 1mg/ml; sildenafil 10mg/ml; and vasodilators of aminophyline 20mg/ml; ergoloid mesylates .5mg/ml; isosorbide dinitrate 2.5mg/ml; L-argininie 60mg/ml; and pentoxifylline 50mg/ml. There are no published studies. Even in normal circumstances, our patients have not reported overly positive experiences.

*[Editor] That is why a new product designed by the Editor is undergoing scientific studies at a major medical school. The preliminary reports are positive in two-thirds of women: measurement of oxytocin was more than 50% higher than controlled intercourse two days previously. Furthermore, the woman's oxytocin levels remained elevated 20 minutes later (and this may explain why she asked to repeat the sexual act).
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