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Low Libido in Women: Improving Recognition and Treatment

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    Low libido, a condition affecting an estimated 10% of women, can develop at any age and be attributed to several factors in a woman’s life, from lifestyle changes to medication and procedural side effects.

    Join host Dr. Michael Krychman and Dr. Leah Millheiser, Director of Female Sexual Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, on the floor of ACOG’s annual scientific meeting. They discuss current knowledge gaps in recognizing and treating low libido, and the importance of sexual health psychology within therapeutic approaches. 

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    Low libido, a condition affecting an estimated 10% of women, can develop at any age and be attributed to several factors in a woman’s life, from lifestyle changes to medication and procedural side effects.

    Join host Dr. Michael Krychman and Dr. Leah Millheiser, Director of Female Sexual Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, on the floor of ACOG’s annual scientific meeting. They discuss current knowledge gaps in recognizing and treating low libido, and the importance of sexual health psychology within therapeutic approaches. 

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