Types of HSDD and HSDD Treatment

Women may relate to one or more of the different types of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder.
Lifelong or Generalized HSDD - The sufferer has little or no desire for sexual stimulation (either with a partner or alone) and never has.

Acquired/Situational HSDD – People with this type of HSDD were previously sexually interested in their present partner, but now lack sexual interest in them. They may still have desire for sexual stimulation, either alone or with someone other than their present partner.

Acquired/Generalized HSDD – This type of HSDD is seen in people that previously had sexual interest in their present partner, but now lack interest in sexual activity, either partnered or solitary.

Currently, there are no approved drugs or pharmacological treatments for HSDD and psychotherapy has proven to be only minimally effective. Thus, there is a continuing unmet clinical need to develop treatment for this condition.

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