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75 Possible Causes for Noncompliance, Prostitute, Sexual Dysfunction

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    dysfunction F10.182 Alcohol abuse with alcohol-induced sleep disorder F10.188 Alcohol abuse with other alcohol-induced disorder F10.19 …… with unspecified alcohol-induced[] Despite loss of children, loss of family, homelessness, seizures, heart attacks, diseases, prostitution, incarceration and overdose, chronic relapsers continue to drink and[] This imbalance leads to sexual dysfunction as well as enlarged breasts for men, and interruptions in the menstrual cycle and inability to conceive for women.[]

  • Drug Dependence

    dysfunction F19.182 Other psychoactive substance abuse with psychoactive substance-induced sleep disorder F19.188 Other psychoactive substance abuse with other psychoactive[] Abuse began among people who worked at night: jazz musicians, artists, bohemians and prostitutes, but it quickly spread broad strata of the population.[] It made addicts conform to the image of nonscience; as they robbed or cheated or prostituted themselves to support the illicit price, they did indeed become debauched, corrupt[]

  • Addictive Behavior

    And unfortunately, some drugs so deplete a person’s sense of self-respect that he or she will turn to prostitution or any degraded activity that will score them their next[]

  • Heroin Dependence

    Heroin addicts often have reproductive problems, sexual dysfunction, and menstrual irregularities.[] A small proportion of heroin users resort to prostitution to support their habit.[] […] buprenorphine (Probuphine), using a polymer matrix sustained-release technology, has been developed to offer treatment for opioid dependence while minimizing risks of patient noncompliance[]

  • Schizophrenia

    RESULTS: Consensus recommendations included regular monitoring of body mass index, plasma glucose level, lipid profiles, and signs of prolactin elevation or sexual dysfunction[] […] such as Huntington's chorea, blindness, deafness, mental retardation (feeblemindedness), intelligence, alcoholism, szhiophrenia, manic depression, rebelliousness, nomadism, prostitution[] Long-term use can develop dependence and put the patient at risk if they are noncompliant.[]

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    ''And we never find out about sexual dysfunction or about a grandparent who is afraid to touch his grandchild or about a patient who has to sit alone at family gatherings[] There were small reported rates of homosexuality, anal intercourse, and prostitution. Of respondents, 22% reported alcohol use and 22% had tried recreational drugs.[] Noncompliance with medications is the most common cause of treatment failure and can cause the virus to develop resistance to the medication.[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    dysfunction F13.982 Sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic use, unspecified with sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic-induced sleep disorder F13.988 Sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic[] I know 10 girls who became prostitutes because of coke. It’s much more extreme and degrading than we believe.[] Clinical factors associated with treatment noncompliance in euthymic bipolar patients. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 61 . 549–555. Fagan, C. S., Carmody, T.[]

  • Vaginitis

    Recurrent infections may however lead to irritation, excoriation and scar formation which can cause sexual dysfunction and lead to emotional and psychosocial stress.[] Several analyses presented here involved observations for each type of infection that were excluded due to noncompliance or inability to report.[] These, in turn, can lead to sexual dysfunction. Psychosocial and emotional stresses are not uncommon.[]

  • Phobia

    Cypridophobia or Cypriphobia or Cyprianophobia or Cyprinophobia - Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.[] […] design was used to examine graduated exposure treatment for blood-injury-injection phobia in an adult male with autism and intellectual disability and a history of medical noncompliance[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Sexual dysfunctions (SDs) are defined in DSM as disturbances of the 3 phases of the sexual response cycle: desire, arousal, and orgasm, in addition to sexual pain disorder[] Realist and revolutionary: Jackie Wullschlager on Edvard Munch’s life and work Edvard Munch was born in December 1863, months after Manet painted his rebellious prostitute[] Noncompliance in self-help homework is reflected in the patient's excessive focus on negative feelings, difficulty identifying automatic thoughts, demand for immediate results[]

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