CLEVELAND - For women suffering in silence because of a lack of sexual desire, there is some new help available today and you can check it out in private, online.
University Hospitals psychologist Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg is on the advisory board of the Society for Women’s Health Research, a non-profit group behind the “Sex, Brain, Body” campaign.
"Because we have had so little information out there about women's sexual health, it's about time that it became available to all women,” she said.
Dr. Kingsberg was instrumental in launching the “Sex Brain Body: Make the Connection” website, which includes detailed explanations of what causes low sexual desire in women and how to talk to your doctor or partner about it.
The site is based largely on a survey of men and women the group conducted about libido.
"Although millions of women will report having sexual problems, very few are going to their doctor about it," she said.
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