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The existing therapeutic interventions for orgasmic disorders: recommendations for culturally competent services, narrative review.

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Summary of "The existing therapeutic interventions for orgasmic disorders: recommendations for culturally competent services, narrative review."

In recent years, a growing number of interventions for treatment of female orgasmic problems (FODs) have emerged. Whereas orgasm is a extra biologically and learnable experience, there is a need for practitioners that to be able to select which therapy is the most appropriate to their context.

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Name: Iranian journal of reproductive medicine
ISSN: 1680-6433
Pages: 403-12

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