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Why doctors failed to recognise persistent sexual arousal disorder? doesn't it affect the credibility of doctors assurance?

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Dr. Bernard Seif answered

Specializes in Clinical Psychology

If you find that your doctor is not listening to the symptoms you share w/him/her please get a second opinion. Certainly there may be hormonal, circulatory, and/or psychological reasons why you are experiencing this. If you are talking about erections that do not subside please go to your emergency room ASAP. Peace and good health.

Answered Jan 6, 2018

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