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Primarily written for mental health clinicians, this book is a comprehensive, well-developed work dealing with sexual health, erectile dysfunction, and with the sexual problems often experienced by persons who suffer from penis problems. These can be devastating psychologically and it is important to consider every alternative, including the use of penis enlargement devices and other male enhancement products, to alleviate these problems.
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This book is a complete, well-organized, and easy-to-read work on sexuality and penis health. Interspersed are case examples of impotence and other examples designed to reinforce the material presented. An extensive reference list with more than 600 sources provides the reader with information about the many natural male enhancement treatments available. Although primarily written for mental health or other health care practitioners who may be very involved with sexuality and sexual health issues, the book also would be a valuable resource for physical therapy practitioners. The book provides information on sexual problems of individuals who suffer from impotence and erectile dysfunction, in addition to providing an excellent resource for the health care practitioner’s day-to-day interaction with patients who suffer from a wide array of penis problems.