Health Care Providers Lack Knowledge of Sexual Dysfunctions

 SQ Question # 9 


Doctors_Sexual_DysfunctionProviders report relatively low levels of knowledge when it comes to sexual dysfunction, and few are comfortable diagnosing/treating patients experiencing symptoms of sexual dysfunction especially in women. T or F


TRUE – Fewer than half of heath care providers (44%) report they are extremely or very knowledgeable about female sexual function.

(shows the need for SexDr and professional online consults)
The fact is: 43% of women suffer a sexual dysfunction at any given time and 31% of men suffer a sexual dysfunction at any given time.

Only about half of sexually active women (57-85) report a good quality sex life.



Very few providers report discussing sexual dysfunction or low sexual desire with their female patients.
·         74% of providers report they rely on their female patients to initiate the sexual health discussion as part of their routine exam.
·         Less than 1 in 5 women who have experienced a sexual issue have spoken with a doctor about their sexual concern, the internet was the #1 place women turned to for information.
The most common barriers to NOT discussing sexual dysfunction
– Not having enough time with their patients (51%),
– Relying on their patients to bring up the topic
– Lack of confidence to provide or offer solutions.
The majority of providers DO believe that sexual dysfunction negatively impacts their patients’ sex lives, romantic relationships, self esteem, emotional/mental health, and physical health, correctly so:
Women consider “having a satisfying sex life” on their life satisfaction index as they ranked it higher than “being satisfied with my career” and “owning a home”.
Did You Know; women experiencing a sexual health issue are more likely to be unsatisfied with their relationship
Experiencing a sexual dysfunction often times create resentment and conflicts within relationships.
82% of women said their sex life is very/extremely important to their relationship satisfaction
Why Suffer in Silence Any Longer ?
There are millions of women suffering with a female sexual dysfunction and are unaware of solutions available for them. & has as its mission to get the word out and offer solutions to solve the devastating effects sexual dysfunctions often causes within relationships.



Most women are more interested in additional foreplay than intercourse; stimulating foreplay will always make her orgasm quicker and better.

Did you know?

 As happy couples know, the key to a great sex life often includes experimentation.
Mutual Masturbation is a stimulating foreplay activity that has intimate relationship benefits extending way beyond the bedroom, for those couples that engage in it and it seems over 60% have.

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 Only 17% of women are likely to have an actual orgasm during vaginal intercourse because the clitoris does not receive sufficient stimulation from intercourse alone. A vibrator is the most intense direct clitoral stimulation technique. View

Female masturbation is one the best treatment for women that have trouble achieving an orgasm.
The National Institute of Health recommends the use of vibrators as an effective way for women to achieve an orgasm .