Physician aid: Decreased Sexual Desire Screener (DSDS)

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Note to Health Care Provider: The Decreased Sexual Desire Screener1(DSDS) is a brief,
validated tool designed to assist in the identification of premenopausal patients who may
suffer from acquired, generalized Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). The DSDS is not
a screener validated for self-diagnosis by the patient. Instead, the DSDS may be used by an
HCP as part of a comprehensive clinical examination during which the patient’s current
medical status and history and all other relevant factors are evaluated.

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Professor Susan Davis discusses how the onset of menopause may affect your sex life, as well as various treatment options.