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sex therapy n.

Erectile dysfunction: integrating couple therapy, sex therapy and medical treatment. Gerald R Weeks and Nancy Gambescia (eds). (212 pages, £22.) WW Norton & Company Ltd, 2000. ISBN 0-393-70330-4.

Sex Differences in Antiretroviral Therapy Toxicity: Lactic Acidosis, Stavudine, and Women

Couple Therapy With Same-Sex and Gender-Variant (LGBT) Couples Sociocultural Problems and Intrapsychic and Relational Consequences

Estrogen replacement therapy reverses changes in intramural coronary resistance arteries caused by female sex hormone depletion

Are there sex differences in transdermal nicotine replacement therapy patch efficacy? A meta-analysis

Sex Differences in the Incidence of Peripheral Neuropathy Among Kenyans Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy

Sex issues in HIV-1-infected persons during highly active antiretroviral therapy: a systematic review

Sex-related differences in eligibility for reperfusion therapy and in-hospital outcome after acute myocardial infarction

Concurrent Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in Sex Partners of Patients with Selected STIs: Implications for Patient-Delivered Partner Therapy

Do Sex and Race/Ethnicity Influence CD4 Cell Response in Patients Who Achieve Virologic Suppression during Antiretroviral Therapy?

The Effect of Antiretroviral Therapy on Secondary Transmission of HIV among Men Who Have Sex with Men

Low-level sex chromosome mosaicism in female partners of couples undergoing ICSI therapy does not significantly affect treatment outcome

Race and Sex Differences in Antiretroviral Therapy Use and Mortality among HIV-Infected Persons in Care

Racial and Sex Disparities in Life Expectancy Losses among HIV-Infected Persons in the United States: Impact of Risk Behavior, Late Initiation, and Early Discontinuation of Antiretroviral Therapy

Survival of HIV-Infected Injection Drug Users (IDUs) in the Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Era, Relative to Sex- and Age-Specific Survival of HIV-Uninfected IDUs

Higher Concentration of HIV RNA in Rectal Mucosa Secretions than in Blood and Seminal Plasma, among Men Who Have Sex with Men, Independent of Antiretroviral Therapy

 

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Any form of therapy, including psychotherapy and sensate focus, offered to people with sexual dysfunctions. Also called sexual therapy.

Subjects: Psychology.


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