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Theory Exam #4

Chapter 35: Sexuality

Changes in sexual function in older adults the excitement phase prolongs in both men and women, and usually takes longer for them orgasm, and refractory time post-orgasm is also longer
Changes in sexual function in older male adults often have erections that are less firm and shorter acting; women usually do not have difficulty
Changes in sexual function in older women adults women usually do not have difficulty maintaining sexual function unless they have a medical condition that impairs their sexual activity
Highest incidence of diagnoses of STIs are men who have sex with men; bisexual men; youths between ages of 15 and 24.
Dyspareunia occurrence of pain during sexual intercourse
PLISSIT Model used to assess sexuality in patients.
Created by: bclinton15