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Easing into a Visit with Your Sexual Medicine Doctor

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Sue Goldstein is the program coordinator at San Diego Sexual Medicine, a sexual healthcare facility where she presides over its educational programs and its clinical trials unit.

For many, she may also be an angel of mercy.

Mrs. Goldstein speaks in a clear and reassuring manner about the sexual problems that affect women. She explains her terminology and describes what a patient can expect in simple language. Nervousness and embarrassment will be lessened by her relaxed, matter of fact approach.

Mrs. Goldstein pretty much sums things up in her own words. "Part of what you would do when you come to San Diego Sexual Medicine or to any sexual healthcare facility would be getting educated on your particular problems, which is why I am involved."

Sexual difficulties make alot of us uncomfortable. Talking about them is even worse. With the added prospect of tests and examinations, many people walking in the doors are going to be feeling like running back out again.

But if the professionals you encounter upon walking through those doors are like Sue Goldstein, you just might be able to relax and get some answers.


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