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A question about sexual anhedonia? Who gets it?
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
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In brief: Anhedonia
Anhedonia is loss of pleasure in all activities.
What used to bring enjoyment, no longer does. This can be a symptom of major depression, and can be excruciating. Losing interest or pleasure in sex alone may not mean depression, but could be a specific sexual dysfunction or other problem. Best to see your physician for a complete history and physical, also some lab work -- and go from there.

In brief: Anhedonia
Anhedonia is loss of pleasure in all activities.
What used to bring enjoyment, no longer does. This can be a symptom of major depression, and can be excruciating. Losing interest or pleasure in sex alone may not mean depression, but could be a specific sexual dysfunction or other problem. Best to see your physician for a complete history and physical, also some lab work -- and go from there.
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