female sexual dysfunction

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  • A Multidisciplinary Model of Care for Sexual Health Concerns Rochester, MN

    The objectives of the study are to evaluate patient satisfaction as well as perceived benefit and value from their visit with each type of provider (i.e., physician, psychologist, physical therapist) and with the team-based model as a whole and to assess the likelihood and comfort level of seeking treatment with each type of provider if they had not been part of a team or available at a single site.

  • A Study to Evaluate Fertility, Sexual Function, and Endothelial Health in Premenopausal Women with Kidney Disease Rochester, MN

    The purpose of this study is to evaluate how advancing stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD) may impact the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis,and how alterations in sex hormones and menstrual cycles correlate with changes in endothelial health and sexual function before and after transplant.

  • Stress Management And Resiliency Training for Sexuality Rochester, MN

    This study seeks to find out if Sex SMART (Stress Management And Resiliency Training for Sexuality), using mindfulness techniques in a woman's everyday routine, is a feasible and effective treatment to increase sexual function in women who report sexual distress compared to those receiving the current standard of care.

  • The Women Choosing Surgical Prevention (WISP) Trial Rochester, MN

    The goal of this clinical research study is to compare the changes in female sexual function between patients having interval salpingectomy with delayed oophorectomy (ISDO) with those having risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO) in women who carry genetic mutations. Researchers also want to learn how these surgeries affect your quality of life. RRSO is the standard surgery for patients with certain types of genetic mutations, where the fallopian tubes and ovaries are removed at the same time. ISDO is surgery to remove the fallopian tubes first, then the ovaries are removed during a second, later surgery. Most women with genetic mutations will ...


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