Poll: Do you Routinely ask your Patients About Sexual Issues, Satisfaction or Problems?

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A recently published survey indicates that ob/gyns fail to routinely ask their patients about sexual problems, orientation, or sexual satisfaction, even though they routinely ask about sexual activity.

A recently published survey indicates that ob/gyns fail to routinely ask their patients about sexual problems,  orientation, or sexual satisfaction, even though they routinely ask about sexual activity. This information is a window into a patient’s heath and and helps physicians uncover underlying health issues.

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