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afp20070815p517.pdf

...major public health and social consequences, such as accidents and absenteeism.3 Risk fac- tors for chronic insomnia include increasing age, female sex, psychiatric illness, medical comorbidities, impaired social relationships, lower socioeconomic status, separation from a spouse or...

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afp20071101p1333.pdf

...Pain or problems during sexual intercourse Headaches Chest pain Dizziness Fainting spells Feeling your heart pound or race Shortness of breath Constipation, loose bowels, or diarrhea Nausea, gas, or indigestion Note: If a patient reports being bothered...

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afp20071115p1558-f2.pdf

...of the cardiovascular or pulmonary systems, including asthma; chronic metabolic diseases, including diabetes mellitus, renal or hepatic dysfunction, hemoglobino- pathies, or immunosuppression (including immunosuppression caused by medications or human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]);...

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afp20080201p311.pdf

...better tolerated than traditional chemotherapy, but they are associated with several adverse effects, such as acneiform rash, cardiac dysfunction, thrombosis, hyperten- sion, and proteinuria. Small molecule inhibitors are metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzymes and are subject to...

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afp20080301p635-s1.pdf

...Therapy for Female Sexual Dysfunction Therapy/dosage Population Effects Adverse effects Evidence Transdermal testosterone, 150 to 450 mcg daily (not FDA approved for use in women) Surgically menopausal women receiving estrogen therapy who have diminished sexual interest or...

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afp20080301p635.pdf

...Diagnosis and Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction JENNIFER E. FRANK, MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Appleton, Wisconsin PATRICIA MISTRETTA, MPAS, Martin Army Community Hospital, Fort Benning, Georgia JOSHUA WILL, CPT, MC, USA, Evans Army...

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afp20080301p643.pdf

...coli and Proteus species, and results in swelling of the acutely inflamed gland.1,10 urethritis from a urinary tract infection (uTi) or sexually transmitted infection SORT: KEY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PRACTICE Clinical recommendation Evidence rating References In men with...

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afp20080315p785.pdf

...reuptake inhibition may include agitation, insomnia, gastrointestinal distur- bances (e.g., nausea, diarrhea), and male and female sexual dysfunction.10 Medications that act upon sero- tonin increase the risk of gastrointestinal hemorrhage. in one study, patients who took SSris had...

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afp20080901p597.pdf

...systems Energy level; sleep patterns; headaches; visual changes; vomiting; abdominal pain; diarrhea and constipation; status and progress of sexual maturation; medical conditions, such as polyuria, polydipsia, oliguria A thorough systemic review evaluates the functional capacity...

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afp20081015p961.pdf

...when skin thickening is limited to areas dis- tal to the elbows and knees. CREST (calcino- sis cutis, Raynaud phenomenon, esophageal dysfunction, sclerodactyly, telangiectasia) syndrome is a variant of limited cutane- ous systemic sclerosis. Systemic sclerosis sine scleroderma is a...

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afp20090315p459.pdf

...deconditioning, and neurologic impair- ment. Other common problems include poor appetite with possible weight loss, falls, and sexual dysfunction. Psychological morbidities, posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorder, and depression also often occur in the post-intensive care...

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afp20100501p1111.pdf

...or through the vaginal opening.1 Pelvic organ prolapse may be associated with urinary incontinence or defecatory dysfunction. Epidemiology The prevalence of pelvic organ prolapse varies widely across studies, depending on the population studied and entry criteria. Women of all...

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afp20100515p1250.pdf

...the chronic issues these patients face and therefore may not be pre- pared to provide the appropriate long-term follow-up care. A survey of female childhood cancer survivors treated with chest radiation and, therefore, at an increased risk of breast cancer, found that more than 60...

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afp20120215p373.pdf

...excessive hair growth not caused by androgen excess. Hypertrichosis may be congenital or caused by metabolic disorders such as thyroid dysfunction, anorexia ner- vosa, and porphyria.4 Hirsutism is often classified in terms of the distribution and degree of hair growth, such as...

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afp20180101p49.pdf

...Female Genital Mutilation or Cutting Commentary by Ranit Mishori, MD, MHS, FAAFP, Department of Family Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, District of Columbia Nicole Warren, PhD, MPH, CNM, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland Rebecca...

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afp20180301p331.pdf

...but generally include gastrointestinal issues, neuropathy, pain, urinary symptoms, fatigue, psychological issues, cognitive problems, sexual symptoms, and stoma care. Carcinoembryonic antigen testing should be performed at each visit in patients who are candidates for further...

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afp20180315p408.pdf

...Minimal Effect of ERT on Sexual Function in Menopausal Women Clinical Question Does estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) affect sexual function in menopausal women? Bottom Line Transdermal, but not oral, estrogen produced a small improvement in sexual function scores in...

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afp20180315p408a.pdf

...Minimal Effect of ERT on Sexual Function in Menopausal Women Clinical Question Does estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) affect sexual function in menopausal women? Bottom Line Transdermal, but not oral, estrogen produced a small improvement in sexual function scores in...

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afp20180315p410.pdf

...Minimal Effect of ERT on Sexual Function in Menopausal Women Clinical Question Does estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) affect sexual function in menopausal women? Bottom Line Transdermal, but not oral, estrogen produced a small improvement in sexual function scores in...

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afp20180401p449.pdf

...cancer (Table 1).4 There are 15 known oncogenic strains of HPV, with types 16 and 18 involved in 70% of cervical can- cer cases.7 Most sexually active adults will be exposed to HPV, and more than 50% of adults 20 to 24 years of age are currently infected.8 However, the immune system...

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afp20180901p283.pdf

...Usually asymptomatic; more common in females; follows skin cleavage lines Diagnosis is clinical Treatment options include topical cortico- steroids, oral antihistamines, and ultraviolet A or B phototherapy; systemic corticoste- roids may be used for severe symptoms...

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afp20181015p496.pdf

...Other obstructive causes in males include prostate cancer, phimosis, and paraphimosis; obstructive causes in females include pelvic organ prolapse of the bladder, rectum, or uterus. Both men and women can experience direct phys- ical obstruction attributable to stones, urethral...

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afp20181201p645.pdf

...does not imply dysphoria or a preference for treatment.10 The terms transgender and gender incongruence gener- ally are not used to describe sexual orientation, sex devel- opment, or external gender expression, which are related but distinct phenomena.5,7,8,11 It may be helpful to...

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afp20190115p109.pdf

...PWID.26,27 Screening and behavioral counseling for gon- orrhea and chlamydia are recommended for sexually active females younger than 25 years and for females engaged in high-risk sexual behaviors.28,29 PWID who test positive for HIV infection or hepatitis C should receive...

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afp20190115p117.pdf

...in two clinical trials of 716 women with vaginal dryness and moderate to severe dyspareunia who reported avoiding or refraining from sexual activity because of pain (a score of 2 or 3 on a scale of 0 to 3, in which 3 is the worst pain). Using the pra- sterone 6.5-mg vaginal insert...

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