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Salirophilia: Introduction

Salirophilia: A sexual arousal gained from in some way dirtying or messing up a partner. The partner is usually attractive and the sexual gratification arises from actions such as covering them in filth, messing their hair or tearing their clothing. Generally no violence is involved. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Salirophilia is available below.

Symptoms of Salirophilia

Treatments for Salirophilia

  • Psychoanalysis, hypnosis, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, drug therapy
  • Treatment is generally not sought unless the condition becomes problematic for the person in some way, or they come under scrutiny of the legal system, and become compelled to address their condition. Many people simply learn to accept their fetish and manage to achieve gratification in an appropriate manner. If treatment is sought, general treatment options for fetishes may include:
  • Psychotherapy:
    • Cognitive behavioural therapy
    • Orgasmic reconditioning
  • more treatments...»

Home Diagnostic Testing

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Wrongly Diagnosed with Salirophilia?

Causes of Salirophilia

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Salirophilia: Undiagnosed Conditions

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Misdiagnosis and Salirophilia

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ADHD under-diagnosed in adults: Although the over-diagnoses of ADHD in children is a well-known controversy, the reverse side related to adults. Some adults can remain undiagnosed, and indeed the condition has usually been more »

Bipolar disorder misdiagosed as various conditions by primary physicians: Bipolar disorder (manic-depressive disorder) often fails to be diagnosed correctly by primary care more »

Eating disorders under-diagnosed in men: The typical patient with an eating disorder is female. The result is that men with eating disorders often fail to be diagnosed or have a delayed diagnosis. more »

Depression undiagnosed in teenagers: Serious bouts of depression can be undiagnosed in teenagers. The "normal" moodiness of teenagers can cause severe medical depression to be overlooked. See misdiagnosis more »

Undiagnosed anxiety disorders related to depression: Patients with depression (see symptoms of depression) may also have undiagnosed more »

Salirophilia: Research Doctors & Specialists

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Hospitals & Clinics: Salirophilia

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Salirophilia: Rare Types

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Salirophilia: Broader Related Topics

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More information about Salirophilia

  1. Salirophilia: Introduction
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Treatments
  5. Misdiagnosis
  6. Home Testing
  7. Types

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