2010
DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2010.518114 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Women diagnosed with HSDD use significantly more healthcare services than women without diagnosed sexual dysfunction. These higher costs are driven by a greater use of outpatient services and prescription medications.

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“…Likewise, women suffer from problems related to sexual function. One study showed that women diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder had health care expenses approximately 16.8% higher than controls [4].…”
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“…Likewise, women suffer from problems related to sexual function. One study showed that women diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder had health care expenses approximately 16.8% higher than controls [4].…”
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“…1 Additionally, a resource utilization study found that women diagnosed with HSDD had 16.8% higher total health care expenditures than women without HSDD. 4…”
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“…HSDD is defined as the persistent lack of sexual desire that causes marked distress or interpersonal difficulty and is not due to (a) a coexisting medical or psychiatric condition, (b) problems within the relationship, or (c) the effects of medication or other drug substance (American Psychiatric Association, ). HSDD in women has an estimated overall prevalence of 7.4% in the United States with a significant negative impact on health‐related quality of life and has been associated with higher healthcare expenditure (16.8% greater than a control group with no sexual dysfunction) and a health‐related quality of life similar to diabetes and chronic back pain (Biddle et al, ; Foley, Foley, & Johnson, ; Leiblum, Koochaki, Rodenberg, Barton, & Rosen, ; Maserejian et al, ; Rosen et al, ).…”
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