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(p. 699) Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy for Sexual Dysfunctions 

(p. 699) Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy for Sexual Dysfunctions
(p. 699) Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy for Sexual Dysfunctions

R. Taylor Segraves

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date: 28 October 2020

Well-controlled, double-blind, multisite investigations have demonstrated the efficacy of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors for the treatment of erectile problems of mixed etiologies. A large number of studies affirm that serotonergic antidepressants delay ejaculation in men with premature ejaculation. Similarly, studies have demonstrated the efficacy of transdermal testosterone therapy in restoring sexual function in women after oophorectomy. There is suggestive evidence of the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of sexual dysfunction in both sexes. However, the number and methodological rigor of such studies are limited and the effect sizes tend to be smaller than studies of pharmacological therapies.

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