If you've ever gone into your physician for a check-up, you might feel a little intimidated when your doctor asks you questions about your sexual health.
You might not want to be honest or disclose information about your sexual health, because you don't think it's relevant or important.
However, that's far from the truth.
Healthcare professionals should learn how to recognize, acknowledge, and reduce the sexual problems of their patients.
This can result in fewer sexually transmitted diseases, less sexual discrimination, and an overall better understanding of sexuality.
Grace Blodgett, PhD, joins Melanie Cole, MS, to discuss what doctors should know about their patients' sexual health.