Natural Aphrodisiacs

Herbs, Oils, and Other Aphrodisiacs

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Management of sexual concerns Decreased sexual desire

Sexual desire is that which causes one to be receptive to or initiate sexual activity. For women, the quality of the relationship and the emotional and physical satisfaction she receives from that relationship appear to be critical elements. More important for good sexual desire is attending to scheduling the time and setting the environment for sexual activity, using the senses to the fullest, and incorporating seduction. The diagnosis of chronic illness and or its medical and surgical treatment can disrupt sexual desire. The patient may have a misunderstanding that sexual activity is prohibited, such as following myocardial infarction.30 Table 5.2 lists some common disease processes and Table 5.3 some medications that can interfere with sexual desire. Consider discontinuing, substituting, or reducing the dosage of medications that could be contributing. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are very successful for treating depression and anxiety, but unfortunately they can...

Hormonal fluctuations

DHEA was shown to be the only hormone associated positively with general wellbeing in a study of 141 women aged 40-60.22 Estrogens and progesterone suppress androgens, making the absence of these hormones in menopause a more favorable physiology for sexual desire. Surgical menopause, when ovaries Beginning in the mid thirties, more than one-third of American women undergo total abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral oopherectomy (TAH BSO). Hysterectomy is the second most common surgical procedure in women in the USA after cesarean section, with more than 600 000 occurring yearly.24 Ovarian blood supply is reduced post-hysterectomy, leading to earlier menopause (approximately four years earlier) for women who have undergone hysterectomy without oopherectomy when compared with physiologic menopause.25 Women who have undergone TAH BSO or chemical menopause via chemotherapy may experience more intense menopausal symptoms given the more abrupt change compared with natural menopause.26...

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Of the myriad fossil apes that have been discovered, knuckle-walkers and otherwise, one more merits special attention. During the 1930s the fossil hunter Ralph von Koenigswald searched eastern Asia from China to Indonesia for evidence of fossil humans. In addition to field excavation, von Koenigswald searched drugstores, because Asian people frequently attach strong traditional beliefs to the powers of bones of various animals, which they grind and eat as medicine or aphrodisiacs. Von Koenigwald's hunch paid off in 1935 in an apothecary shop in the Philippines. He purchased several humanlike teeth and then in Hong Kong found several hundred more. In this collection he found one immense molar that was from an ape or human species unknown to science. He named the creature Gigantopithecus. Based on the molar size, the creature would have been about twice the size of a silverback mountain gorilla and weighed seven hundred pounds or more. In the wake of the widespread derision of Dart's...

The Menopausal Transition

This hypothesis has been evaluated in several open trials with varying results. Brzezinski et al.84 randomized symptomatic, early menopausal women to a phytoestrogen-rich diet that provided about 25 of daily calories as tofu, soy drink, miso, and flax seed (n 78), or to maintain their usual omnivorous diets and avoid soy products and flax seed (n 36). Measurements conducted at baseline and after 12 weeks on the diet included serum hormone and phytoestrogen levels and an assessment of the severity of menopausal symptoms (vaginal dryness, hot flushes, night sweats, palpitations, headache, depression, urinary discomfort, decreased libido, and insomnia). Serum phytoestrogen concentrations increased dramatically in the treatment group, confirming their adherence to the diet. In this open trial, menopausal symptom scores decreased substantially and similarly in both groups, from 10.65 0.60 to 5.31 0.45 in the treatment group, and from 9.23 0.87 to 4.79 0.71 in the control group. When...

In vitro fertilization

The psychological effects of infertility are varied. Many women cope with the stresses of not achieving pregnancy and the demands of IVF, including the side effects of medication and timing intercourse. Some, however, may have ambivalent feelings about their body, concerns about body image, sexuality, place in the marital relationship, and guilt and shame about being unable to conceive. There may be sexual difficulties, reduced sexual desire, and anor-gasmia. The woman may avoid family and friends with children, becoming socially isolated. Psychological counseling maybe needed.

Psychological aspects of menopause Menopause as a transition

The changes in female sexuality with the menopause have been examined poorly. While sexual problems are common in women attending menopause or gynecology clinics, the picture is less clear in the general population.39 With increasing age, levels of sexual desire as well as frequency of sexual activity and orgasm decrease.39 However, the extent to which menopause contributes to these changes is unclear.

Paraurethral Skenes Duct Cyst

Skene's duct cysts are uncommon benign cysts that occasionally occur in the para-urethral region in infants as well as adults (Fig. 43). Cysts may arise from Skene's ducts or some of the smaller periurethral glands. Skene's glands are analogous to the male prostate, and the glands may contribute to lubrication during sexual arousal. Skene's duct cysts are lined by transitional epithelium (80). A variety of cysts in this region may be lined by squamous, transitional, or a mixture of epithelia (81). Acquired squamous inclusion cysts, after trauma such as childbirth, as well as Mullerian and Wolffian (mesonephric, or Gartner's) cysts may also arise in a paraurethral location (82). It is important for periurethral cystic lesions to be appropriately worked up, to avoid inadvertently encountering an ectopic ureterocele. Rare solid benign and malignant neoplasms may also be encountered in the periurethral

State Trait Anger Expression Inventory2

A review of the literature in this area will generally find that sexual concerns have been neglected in much of the posttraumatic head injury and rehabilitation literature. Authors do report that the sexual sequelae after head injury include impulsiveness, inappropriateness, change in sex drive, reduction in sexual frequency, global sexual difficulties, and specific sexual dysfunctions.39 Over 50 of individuals who suffer traumatic brain injury are reported to demonstrate a decrease in sexual arousal postinjury. Crowe and Ponsford40 studied this in males and determined that men following brain injury have difficulty developing sexual imagery. Their results indicate that sexual arousal disturbances may exist above and beyond the disturbances of affect that have been associated with frontal injury from trauma. Interestingly, other researchers41 have found that patients with frontal lobe lesions following brain injury reported an overall higher level of sexual satisfaction and...

Vegetative Symptoms

Vegetative symptoms constitute the most biologically rooted clinical features of depressive disorders and are commonly used as reliable indicators of severity (severe depression with somatic symptoms in ICD-10 and melancholia in DSM-IV). They are manifested as profound disturbances in eating (anorexia and weight loss, or the reverse, bulimia and weight gain), in sleep (insomnia and or hypersomnia), in sexual function (decreased sexual desire or in a minority of cases the reverse), loss of vitality, motivation, energy and capacity to respond positively to pleasant events. Additionally, concomitant bodily sensations, usually diffuse pains, and complaints of fatigue and physical discomfort are reported. Disturbances of biorhythms are frequent and are considered as characteristic features of melancholia. They are mainly manifested in sleep patterns, predominantly with early morning awakening.

Heart disease

Soy protein intake has been found consistently to induce modest reduction of serum cholesterol. The US FDA and the American Heart Association now agree that 25 g per day of soy protein, in conjunction with a low-fat diet, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Fenugreek, a legume used as a supplement, has also shown cholesterol-lowering effects in preliminary studies.17

Cushings Syndrome

Depressive disorders are found in over half the cases of patients with Cushing's syndrome. Irritability, depressed mood, fatigue, decreased libido, anxiety, poor memory or concentration and agitation are the most frequently seen symptoms. Suicidal ideation is not uncommon, and it is reported that up to 10 of these patients may make a suicidal attempt. Manic or hypomanic symptoms are seen occasionally during steroid treatment.

Psychosocial issues

The Massachusetts Women's Health Study II was a study of 200 women transitioning through the menopause who were not hormone replacement therapy (HRT) users, who had not had a surgical menopause, and who had partners. It examined associations among menopause status, various aspects of sexual functioning, and the relative contributions of menopause status and other variables to various aspects of sexual functioning. The women were classified as pre-, peri-, or postmenopausal, according to menstrual cycle characteristics and measures of estradiol, estrone, and follicle-stimulating hormone. Menopause status was related significantly to lower sexual desire, a belief that interest in sexual activity declines with age, and women's reports of decreased arousal compared with when in their forties. However, factors such as health, marital status (or new partner), mental health, and smoking had a greater impact than menopause status on women's sexual functioning .13

Body image

Biology that warrants the prevalent image of sexless, neutered, loveless aging. For many aging people, sexual desire, physical love, and sexual activity continue to be integral parts of their lives, and intimacy is expressed, in addition to intercourse, through closeness, touching, and body warmth. In essence, caring and gentleness in loving activities may be more important. Cessation of sexual activity is not associated with menopause, and many women, freed from the risk of conception, seek intercourse and report heightened sexual satisfaction. Hysterectomy can generate an emotional crisis for women and their partners, based onhowtheyviewtheir sexuality and their definition ofwomanhood in relationship to their uterus and ovaries.25 Worries about changes of sexual response, pain with sexual intercourse, or body image changes can lead to sexual difficulties for the couple. However, for women who have undergone hysterectomy because of abnormal bleeding or pain, sexual desire, enjoyment,...

Summary

Acute dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) effects on sexual arousal in postmenopausal women. J. Womens Health Gend. Based Med. 2002 11 155-62. 33 Caruso, S., Intelisano, G., Lupo, L. and Agnello, C. Premenopausal women affected by sexual arousal disorder traeted with sildenafil a double blind, crossover, placebo-controlled study. Br. J. Obstet. Gynaecol. 2001 108 623-8.

Avulsion Injuries

Avulsion injuries of the genitalia occur when the loose, elastic genital skin becomes entangled. This occurs most frequently when clothing has become caught in rotation machinery or when a patient is involved in an accident in which the clothing is traumatically ripped from his body. Occasionally, avulsion injuries are caused by suction devices used for sexual arousal. The severity of avulsion injuries can vary form minimal injuries to emasculating injuries that involve the deep structures appropriate management therefore involves a complete evaluation.

Weight Reduction

Although some reports indicate that these drugs may cause weight gain, other studies show weight loss. This can be seen especially with those patients who tend to eat when depressed. Sexual dysfunction and decreased libido remain the major problems with this class.

Anatomy Vulva

The vulva represents the external female genitalia, whose functions include sexual arousal, entrance for coitus, exit for the newborn, and outlet for the urinary tract. It lies within the anatomical compartment of the perineum, defined superiorly by the pelvic diaphragm, inferiorly by the skin between the buttocks and the thighs, and transversely by a diamond-shaped osteoligamentous frame, whose points are the pubis, ischial tuberosities, and coccyx. The perineum is divided by a transverse line connecting the ischial tuberosities into the anterior (urogenital) and posterior (anal) triangles. The vulva lies within the anterior triangle. It is composed of the mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, vaginal vestibule, clitoris, urethral meatus, bulbs, greater vestibular (Bartholin's) and paraurethral (Skene's) glands, hymen, and clinical perineum. The clinical perineum is different from the anatomical perineum, and is defined as the skin between the vulva and the anus. Major Vestibular...

Answers

The answer is b. (Mishell, 3 e, pp 179-182.) Vaginismus is painful spasm of the pelvic muscles and vaginal outlet. It is usually psychogenic. It should be differentiated from frigidity, which implies lack of sexual desire. Treatment is primarily psychotherapeutic, as organic vulvar (such as atrophy, Bartholin's gland cyst, or abscess) or pelvic causes are very rare. Vaginismus should be differentiated from dyspareunia, which is deep pelvic pain with coitus. Dyspareunia is frequently associated with pelvic pathology such as endometriosis, pelvic adhesions, or ovarian neoplasms.

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