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How to Deal with Sexual Problems like Orgasm or Impotence Problems

Abstract: If you have sexual problems (orgasm, impotence), see your general practitioner and get a referral to a sexologist, urologist or gynaecologist.

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How to Deal with Sexual Problems like Orgasm or Impotence Problems

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Written by: Wendy Moelker, psychologist in charge of Emergis, Goes, the Netherlands.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 22 Jul 2008.

What should I do if I have sexual problems, like orgasm or impotence problems?

Answer:

It is important to discuss sexual problems with your general practitioner.

This first step is often very difficult; many people don't like to discuss these complaints. Feelings of shame may play a role. A general practitioner (GP) is familiar with sexual problems and will not be surprised if you tell him. Try to explain clearly what the symptoms are and how often they occur. The GP will refer you, if necessary, to a gynaecologist, urologist or sexologist. Gynaecologists and urologists are doctors who are specialized in the investigation and treatment of anomalies of the reproductive organs. Sexologist are psychologists who are specialized in the treatment of sexual problems.

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