factors contribute to female sexual function, which changes with age and in the
years surrounding menopause. Female sexual dysfunction is prevalent and
associated with distressing symptoms that can challenge relationships and
hamper quality of life and wellbeing. The most common type of female
sexual dysfunction is lowered sexual desire. Contributing factors to female
sexual dysfunction are highlighted, with a focus on those relevant to peri- and
postmenopausal women. Assessment and management of women with female sexual
dysfunction is discussed, including the role of menopausal hormone therapy,
testosterone and other targeted treatments. New and emerging treatments
RACGP QI&CPD Program 2020-22 Triennium,
Activity ID: 152985 Total Points 1 Category 2
ACRRM: Activity 20064 1 PDP
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