Mayo Clinic Talks Episode 103: Sexuality in the Elderly Female
Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast
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Carol L. Kuhle, D.O., M.P.H.
|A decline in sexual activity and an increase in sexual dysfunction commonly occurs in the elderly, but do you ask you patients about it? What questions should you be asking them? What are the reasons a decrease in function or desire occur? Dr. Carol Kuhle steps through the common causes, questions, and treatments encountered through her work and research at the Mayo Clinic Center for Women's Health (https://www.mayoclinic.org/departments-centers/womens-health/center-for-womens-health/overview)|
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