Sexual dysfunction in Hypertensive patients

\r\n Sexual dysfunction is difficulty experienced by an individual during any stage of sexual activity, including physical pleasure, desire, arousal or orgasm. The common risk factors associated with sexual dysfunction for men and women including individual general health status, cardiovascular disease, other genitourinary disease, psychiatric/psychological disorders, diabetes mellitus, other chronic disease, and socio-demographic conditions.

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\r\n During the treatment of hypertension, antihypertensive drugs such as diuretics, potassium sparring diuretics and β-blockers are used, which results in erectile dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction disorders may be classified into four types: orgasm disorders, sexual desire disorders, arousal disorders and pain disorders.

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