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Dec 13, 2006
A work-up targeting sexual dysfunction is recommended. KH What is a work-up targeting sexual dysfunction?
Response from Dr. Henry
Often seeing a urologist/sexual therapist who does a complete history and physical examination often including looking for evidence of nerve dysfunction, low hormone levels, diabetes, and other factors that can contribute to sexual dysfunction. KH
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