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libido[lĭ-be´do, lĭ-bi´do] (L.)
li·bi·do(li-bē'dō, -bī'dō), Do not confuse this word with livedo.
libido/li·bi·do/ (lĭ-be´do) (lĭ-bi´do) pl. libid´ines [L.]
libidoSigmund Freud’s term for one’s sex drive or sexual desire.
libidoplural, libidos, sex drive Psychiatry Sexual drive, urge or desire; the psychic and emotional energy associated with instinctive biologic drives, generally equated to sexual drive; normal libido requires adequate testosterone and dopamine–which inhibits libido-attenuating prolactin. See Anorgasmia.
libidoSexual desire or its manifestations. In psychoanalytic theory, the term is used more generally to mean the psychic and emotional energy associated with instinctual biological drives.
Patient discussion about libido
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