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Content: Annamaria Giraldi talked about the management of the sexual adverse events related to psychopharmacology. The new knowledge coming from brain studies is crucial in understanding the pharmacological effects. The role of the dopaminergic system, the serotonergic system various receptors in sexual function were presented. Annamaria illustrated how the pharmacological knowledge in combination with the brain knowledge can help us predict the sexual side effects. Post SSRI sexual dysfunctions were also presented as well as their possible etiology. Tips and suggestions for the management of sexual side effects were also described.
This lecture is part of a special IOSS event titled “Scientific Advances in Sexual Medicine’ dedicated to our colleague and friend Ariel Gustavo Scafuri MD, PhD, FACS, FECSM. Ariel was a board-certified urologist and obstetrician-gynecologist and a full Professor of Anatomy at Federal University of Ceará, Medical School, Ceará, Brazil and unfortunately passed away due to complications from COVID-19. Ariel was one of few that had received gynecology, urology and psychology comprehensive training, thus being equipped to provide true multidisciplinary care to his patients. Ariel was also actively involved in the major national and international scientific societies: the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM), the European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM), the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), the Latin American Society of Sexual Medicine (SLAMS) and also the Brazilian Association of Sexual Medicine (ABEMSS). We will always remember him as a loving man. May his passion for learning and his enthusiasm for scientific novelty influence the next generations of sexual medicine specialists.
Produced in 2021
Professor Giraldi, MD, Ph.D., FECSM, is a Senior Consultant in Psychiatry in the Sexological Clinic at Psychiatric Center Copenhagen and Professor of Clinical Sexology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where she also received her medical degree and Ph.D. She is the Past-President of the International Society for Sexual Medicine.
Professor Giraldi has been involved in the field of sexual medicine for many years, educating medical students, nurses, physicians, and psychologists in sexual medicine. Professor Giraldi has been involved in basic research on vascular and smooth muscle function in male and female sexual responses, clinical research on the pharmacological treatment of erectile dysfunction and female sexual desire and arousal disorders, and somatic disease research, psychiatric problems, and sexuality. Clinically Professor Giraldi works with men, women, and couples with sexual dysfunctions as well as with transgender care. Professor Giraldi has published more than 100 papers, editorials, and book chapters in the field of male and female sexual medicine. She is Deputy Editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine and has served as an Associate Editor for Sexual and Relationship Therapy and Sexual Medicine Among her many professional affiliations, Professor Giraldi was previously President of both the Scandinavian Society for Sexual Medicine and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health, where she has also served on the Board and Scientific Committee. In addition, she was Chair of the subcommittee on Female Sexual Health for the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM), where she now sits on the faculty panel for the ESSM School of Sexual Medicine.