Liver Health and Sexual Dysfunction
How is Sexual Dysfunction Diagnosed?
A thorough physical examination to rule out specific problems such as nerve disorders and Peyronie’s disease (scar tissue in the penis) in males and pelvic infection and neurological disorders in females, along with a history of symptoms will likely begin the process of diagnosing sexual dysfunction.
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