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 Health  Vol.9 No.11 , October 2017
Effective of Behavioral Treatment Combined with Psychological Counseling for Female Coital Disorder of Chinese
Abstract: Objective: To explore the effects of the behavioral treatment combined with psychological counseling on female coital disorder in China. Methods: One hundred and sixteen female patients with coital disorder were divided into sexual behavior training combined with psychological counseling group (group A, 59 cases) and psychological counseling alone group (group B, 57 cases). Results: Forty-five cases cured (76.27%), eight eases improved (13.56%), and six cases invalid (10.17%), the general rate of effectiveness being 89.83% in group A while eleven cases cured (19.30%), twenty-one cases improved (36.84%), and twenty-five cases invalid (43.86%), the general rate of effectiveness being 56.14% in group B. The curative effect of group A was better than group B (P < 0.05). Conclusions: The behavioral treatment combined with psychological counseling is significantly effective in treating female coital disorder than psychological counseling alone and its long term follow-up results show that most of patients were satisfied with their sex life. However, the response of behavioral treatment of some patients who had bad experience on sexual things in the progress of their growing up or had long course of disease were not so good which deserves our special attention in the future study.
Cite this paper: Ge, S. and Tao, X. (2017) Effective of Behavioral Treatment Combined with Psychological Counseling for Female Coital Disorder of Chinese. Health, 9, 1509-1515. doi: 10.4236/health.2017.911111.
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