sexual pharmacology

sexual pharmacology

(1) The study of agents used to address the mental and mechanical components of sexual dysfunction.
(2) The agents themselves.
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The development of sexual pharmacology and the resulting creation of Viagra emerged from a market process in which physicians fundamentally changed the way impotence was medically understood and how to treat it.
The entrepreneurial alertness of these urologists created the nascent field of sexual pharmacology.
It covers everything from protection to sexual pharmacology. The DVD offers vital facts that may influence young adult decisions, which in turn may shape overall health and happiness.
Useful resources on human sexuality include "Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy" (New York, London: Guilford Press, 2000), "Sexual Dysfunction: A Guide for Assessment and Treatment" (New York, London: Guilford Press, 2001), and "Sexual Pharmacology: Drugs That Affect Sexual Function" (New York: W.W.
(1996) Sexual Pharmacology. Drugs That Affect Sexual Function.
According to experts at the Department of Sexual Pharmacology at the University of Plaisir, if you are looking for a reliable, effective aphrodisiac you can forget rhinoceros horn, Spanish fly, vitamin E, ginseng and oysters.