Month: April 2019

Increased sex drive

Both men and women can sometimes complain of increased sexual desire as an independent problem, usually at a young and young age. When increased sexual desire is secondary to affective disorder or when it develops during the early stages of dementia, it is necessary to encode the underlying disease. It should be noted: – if […]

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Painful sensations during intercourse

Psychosomatic psychogenic dyspareunia is a nonspecific, symbolically meaningless response of the individual to a wide range of stressors. Accompanying stress “negative” emotions cause neurodynamic changes in the autonomic nervous system, in the subcortical structures of the brain. They can lead to changes in the conduct of sensitive information, dysfunction of the internal organs (microcirculation disorders, […]

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