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(psychoanalysis) a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire

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The modified version added urinary infection and decreased libido to the original KI.
The predominant drug related adverse events with 5alpha-reductase inhibitors are reproductive events, that is typically decreased libido, impotence and ejaculatory dysfunction.
The most common problems that affect sexual health include decreased libido, painful intercourse, inability to have an orgasm, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
Lower estrogen levels in menopause contribute to memory loss, skin aging, bone and joint pain, mortality, decreased libido and more.
PROPECIA Drug finasteride is taken for hereditary hairloss conditions in men but can lead to decreased libido and sexual dysfunction.
The symptoms of hypothyroidism in women are varying and vast but the most common include hypothermia, slow speech, depression, Cold intolerance, fatigue, weight gain, memory defects, weakness, muscle cramps, decreased libido, Heavy menses, infertility, skin, hair, and nail changes.
For example, levels of testosterone can decrease as men age and can potentially result in erectile dysfunction and decreased libido.
About 20-30 percent of SSRI users experience sexual side effects, such as decreased libido and delayed ejaculation, that are reversible.
While hot flashes and night sweats are two of the most bothersome symptoms, menopause can cause an array of other problems, including vaginal dryness, mood swings, fatigue, insomnia, weight gain, hair loss, decreased libido, incontinence, anxiety, headaches, and bone loss.
Other symptoms include increased sleep or oversleeping, weight gain, difficulty concentrating and a decreased libido.
Patients who experienced menopausal symptoms--hot flashes, decreased libido, dyspareunia--were referred to a menopause outpatient clinic.
7%), decreased libido from day 15 (15%) and subsided at day 60 (2.
Because the latter includes women who discontinue the Pill for any reason (including wanting to get pregnant or switching methods), it's unclear how many discontinue OCs specifically due to decreased libido.
Some of the symptoms associated with winter SAD are fatigue, increased sleep, decreased energy, decreased libido, weight gain, difficulty concentrating, lack of social interaction, increased sadness and irritability, indecision, forgetfulness, headaches, lethargy.
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