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Unformatted text preview: Vaginal or oral sex with an intravenous drug user Having many sex partners Safer Sex Practices Not having sex Not injecting drugs Using a condom Sex with one mutually faithful, uninfected partner Not engaging in sex while intoxicated Reducing the number of sex partners Sexual Problems Types of Sexual Dysfunction: Desire disorders Arousal disorders Orgasm disorders Sexual pain disorders Sexual Desire and Arousal Disorders Hypoactive Sexual Desire: Persistent and upsetting loss of sexual desire Both aspects must be present Sexual Aversion: Feelings of fear, anxiety, or disgust about engaging in sex Difficult to treat People suffering from arousal disorders want to have sex but have trouble getting physically aroused...
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