Prevalence of women's sexual disorders - even when personal distress is considered - is unclear, as epidemiological studies have used questionnaires based on outdated definitions of sexual disorders that are more reflective of male sexuality (e.g., absence of sexual fantasies and desire ahead of sexual engagement as signifying disorder).
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