Sex Disorders and Depression
It is difficult to determine which begins first -- depression or sexual dysfunction. Some studies suggest there are high rates of sexual dysfunction in those who have mood disorders. Types of dysfunction associated with depression include low desire and orgasmic disorder. The use of anti-depressants make the situation more complicated because of their sexual side effects. Some studies show that the incidence of sexual function side effects is as high as 50% while other studies show no difference in sexual function between those who are taking anti-depressants and those who are not
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Writer, H. (2007, March 8). Sex Disorders and Depression, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, June 17 from https://www.healthyplace.com/sex/sex-and-depression/sex-disorders-and-depression-homepage