Sexual Disorder Health Record Software

People with sexual disorders should keep health records to effectively manage their condition and enhance their overall sexual health. Maintaining a health journal allows them to track symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, low libido, pain during intercourse, or other sexual dysfunctions. Identifying triggers that may exacerbate or alleviate symptoms can help them make necessary lifestyle changes. Measuring and recording sexual function or satisfaction periodically can provide insights into the progress or effectiveness of treatments.

Lab tests, hormonal assessments, or specialized examinations may be essential for diagnosing and understanding the underlying causes of the sexual disorder. Documenting prescribed medications and their effects is crucial to ensure proper treatment adherence and management of potential side effects. Keeping a record of doctor visits and discussions with healthcare providers facilitates effective communication and collaboration in developing personalized treatment plans.

Sample health journal entries that can be entered into Goopatient*:
Date: July 28, 2023
Practiced relaxation techniques before intimacy to reduce #stress and #anxiety. Discussed emotional and relationship factors affecting sexual health with partner and planned couples therapy.
Experienced difficulty achieving and maintaining an #erection (erectile dysfunction) during sexual activity with partner. Low libido noticed over the past few weeks.
High #stress levels due to work deadlines and relationship conflicts seem to worsen symptoms.
50mg #Sildenafil (Viagra) taken 1 hour before sexual activity as prescribed by urologist. Noticed some improvement in erection, but not fully satisfactory.
Self-assessed #sexual_satisfaction : 6/10.
Had an appointment with urologist #Dr.Brown today. Discussed the effectiveness of current medication and potential treatment adjustments.
*These health records are not real, but compiled by Dr. Mike Stanton of the UCLA Health Center. The data that you put in Goopatient is totally private and stored only on your computer.