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007 Use of Neurogenital Testing to Assess for Cauda Equina-Based Sacral and Lumbar Pathologies Potentially Causing Unusual Sexual Dysfunctions

 

Sexual medicine healthcare providers are becoming more aware that some women with various unusual sexual dysfunctions, such as persistent genital arousal disorder, recurrent clitoral priapism, clitoral, labial and/or vaginal sexual pain especially associated with arousal, unusual genital itching, interstitial cystitis symptoms, decreased genital sensitivity, orgasmic anhedonia/pleasure dissociative orgasm disorder and/or persistent delayed/absent orgasm could be explained by the presence of various cauda equina-based sacral and/or lumbar pathologies resulting in radiculitis of a sacral spinal nerve root.

007 Use of Neurogenital Testing to Assess for Cauda Equina-Based Sacral and Lumbar Pathologies Potentially Causing Unusual Sexual Dysfunctions

2018-06

The Journal of Sexual Medicine

https://www.jsm.jsexmed.org/article/S1743-6095(18)30197-8/fulltext?rss=yes

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