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Effective treatment of a sexual problem requires a high level of comfort between you and your health professional, and between you and your partner. Because a sexual problem often has multiple causes, treatments cannot be universally applied—what works for one woman may not work for another. An effective treatment plan will address and manage the cause and then build and strengthen intimate communication between you and your partner. The best results will help you find methods for having more satisfying sex.
Treatment may include communication counseling for you and your partner, psychological therapy with a goal of building your emotional well-being, and sex therapy. Sex counselors and therapists are trained to provide guidance for women to develop their sexual expression. Therapies may include:
The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) certifies sexuality health professionals. For information, see the AASECT website at www.aasect.org.
|Primary Medical Reviewer||Sarah Marshall, MD - Family Medicine|
|Specialist Medical Reviewer||Kirtly Jones, MD - Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|Last Revised||February 22, 2012|
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