Medical News Today: What is the link between Vyvanse and hypersexuality?
Vyvanse is a brand of amphetamine that doctors may prescribe for ADHD or binge eating disorder (BED). Some research links amphetamine use to hypersexuality, and both ADHD and BED may also affect sexual function. Learn more about the symptoms of hypersexuality and the effects of the drug here.
Many papers and reviews have described the changes of the cervix during pregnancy, cervical cancer, sexually transmitted infections, and cervicovaginal microbiota. In this Views and Reviews, we focus on some specific topics in relation to the uterine cervix and infertility: early cervical cancer and fertility sparing surgery, cesarean scar defect, cervical incompetence, and cervical m üllerian anomalies.
Authors: Reimherr FW, Roesler M, Marchant BK, Gift TE, Retz W, Philipp-Wiegmann F, Reimherr ML Abstract OBJECTIVE: Research supports the importance of emotional symptoms in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which are not reflected in the DSM-5 or ICD-10 criteria. The Wender-Reimherr Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Scale (WRAADDS) assesses these symptoms, plus inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. This scale allowed us to divide adult ADHD into 2 subtypes in a 2015 publication: ADHD inattentive presentation and ADHD emotional dysregulation presentation. The present study refines th...
Current Canadian guidelines for adolescent obstetrical care recommend sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening at entry to care and in the third trimester. Our study assessed the rate of new and recurrent Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) and Neisseria gonorrhea (NG) infections in the third trimester at an adolescent obstetrics clinic. We hypothesized that targeted repeat screening may be appropriate in this adolescent population.
This study aimed to assess condom use among adolescents using LARC vs non-LARC hormonal methods and to determine if the initiation of LARC decreases dual contraceptive use.
Adolescent girls presenting to the ED with complaints of abdominal pain require evaluation regarding their risk of pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted infection (STI). We sought to assess the rate of counselling regarding safer sex options, including contraception, STI screening, or pregnancy support among girls who presented to the ED with abdominal pain and reported current sexual activity without use of contraception.
Efforts are underway to improve access to birth control with over-the-counter (OTC) contraception. Improved access is particularly important for young people. It would be ideal to increase access to effective contraception with over-the-counter contraception and concomitantly increase sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention; however, dual protection within this context is not well-explored.
Nearly half of adolescents have been sexually active by age 18, and teens represent the highest sexually transmitted infections (STI) rate in the U.S. Adolescents do not obtain routine care so discussing contraception at each visit is imperative. Previous studies focused on missed opportunities for adult or pregnant women, with little attention to adolescent primary care. Our study objectives were to determine the frequency of visits before contraception was discussed/initiated, and to assess factors affecting contraceptive care.
Provision of reproductive health preventive services to adolescents is critical given their high rates of sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancies. Pediatricians are well-positioned to provide these services, but often face barriers. Practice facilitation (PF) is an evidence-based approach to improve primary care outcomes through a relationship between an external facilitator and a primary care practice. The aim of this study was to use PF to build quality improvement (QI) capacity within community pediatric practices to improve adherence to national guidelines for adolescent reproductive health preventive services.
There is a paucity of data on sexual experiences of transgender adolescents, yet this population is at high risk for sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy. Characterizing the lived experiences of these youth can provide insight to guide clinicians ’ best practices and refine evidence-based family and school-centered sexual education. The purpose of this phenomenological qualitative study was to describe sexual experiences and sexual health education of transgender youth.
Authors: Yaylacı F, Şahbudak B, Küçük Ö Abstract Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder is one of the most common psychiatric disorders of childhood, characterized by attention deficit, hyperactivity and impulsivity. The most effective treatment in ADHD is drug treatment. Stimulant and nonstimulant drug treatments are preferentially used. Atomoxetine is one of the nonstimulant treatments. Although sexual side effects of atomoxetine in adults are reported, there is limited knowledge about sexual side effects in children and adolescents. In this case report, we aimed to describe an adolescen...