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Question 31#Print Question

A 40-year-old G3P3 reports she is having difficulty with adequate lubrication and stimulation during sexual activity with her current partner of 10 years. She wants to have sex and reports having sexual dreams. She has no medical problems, takes no medications, and her physical examination is normal.

For the clinical scenario, select the most appropriate sexual dysfunction disorder. 

a. Dyspareunia
b. Female orgasmic disorder
c. Female sexual arousal disorder
d. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
e. Sexual aversion disorder


Question 32#Print Question

A 52-year-old G3P3 reports an inability to climax during intercourse with her husband over the last 6 months. She denies any changes in their relationship or psychosocial stressors. She states that she has some vaginal dryness, but satisfactorily uses a lubricant. She states she gets aroused, has a strong desire for sex, and feels that stimulation is adequate. She is otherwise healthy and only takes a multivitamin.

For the clinical scenario, select the most appropriate sexual dysfunction disorder. 

a. Dyspareunia
b. Female orgasmic disorder
c. Female sexual arousal disorder
d. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
e. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder


Question 33#Print Question

A 25-year-old G1P1 woman presents with pain and difficulty having intercourse for the last 3 months. She gave birth via an uncomplicated vaginal delivery 5 months ago and recently stopped breast feeding. She states the pain occurs with penetration, and at times she cannot complete the sexual act because the pain is so intense. Her relationship with her husband is being affected.

For the clinical scenario, select the most appropriate sexual dysfunction disorder.

a. Dyspareunia
b. Female orgasmic disorder
c. Female sexual arousal disorder
d. Vaginismus
e. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder


Question 34#Print Question

A 33-year-old woman presents with complaints of painful intercourse. She has a new sexual partner for the last month. She states that the pain usually occurs with deep penetration and in certain positions. She reports normal feelings of arousal, climax, and normal lubrication. She denies any vaginal discharge and reports using condoms for contraception. She has no medical problems or prior surgeries and doesn’t take any medications.

For the clinical scenario, select the most appropriate sexual dysfunction disorder. 

a. Dyspareunia
b. Female orgasmic disorder
c. Vaginismus
d. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
e. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder


Question 35#Print Question

A 42-year-old G1P1 has recently started dating again after her divorce 3 years ago. She has been seeing the same man for the last 3 months. They have had several sexual encounters, but she reports a lack of interest in having sex. She reports a normal sexual desire when she was younger and wonders if hormonal changes are causing her lack of interest. She has a history of hypertension which is well controlled with metoprolol. She says she is not depressed, but she has been taking fluoxetine since her divorce to help her cope with the stresses of her life change.

For the clinical scenario, select the most appropriate sexual dysfunction disorder. 

a. Dyspareunia
b. Female orgasmic disorder
c. Female sexual arousal disorder
d. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder
e. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder




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