Sexual Medicine

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  • Created on: 12-10-15 16:39
What receptor contributes to individual variation in human desire, arousal and function?
Dopamine D4 receptor
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At what age, and by what percentage, does male testosterone decrease each year?
1% per year from the age of 30
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What is a cause of entry pain in women?
Vulvovaginitis
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Which blood test is not routinely performed when investigating sexual problems?
Liver function
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What is Viagra?
Sildenafil
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What is defined as ' failure of genital response' by ICD10?
Female sexual arousal disorder
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What is 'voyeurism', as defined by ICD10?
Recurrent or persistent tendency to look at people engaging in sexual behaviour, without observed people being aware
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