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Thank you for encouraging women to seek out medical professionals when they notice a drop in sexual desire, especially around menopause.
In our work treating female sexual dysfunction at the Medical Center for Female Sexuality, we often meet women who have spent months, sometimes years, in psychotherapy hoping to solve their low libido issue. While there are times where psychotherapy can indeed help the situation, ruling out a medical issue is not only important but can be helpful in developing the appropriate treatment plan.
With more articles like these, women will become empowered with accurate information around their bodies and sexuality.
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