Sexual medicine is the discipline of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sexual function diseases. Erectile dysfunction, hypogonadism, and prostate cancer are examples of conditions treated using sexual medicine. Physicians, mental health specialists, social workers, and sex therapists are all frequently involved in sexual medicine. Sexual medicine doctors frequently use medicine and surgery to treat their patients, but sex therapists typically use behavioural therapy. While there is little research on the prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women, roughly 31% of women, regardless of age, experience at least one sexual disorder. With the exception of premature ejaculation, about 43% of men suffer at least one sexual dysfunction, which tends to worsen with age. Sexual medicine deals with sexual dysfunction, sex education, sex development problems, sexually transmitted infections, puberty, and reproductive system diseases. Reproductive medicine, urology, psychiatry, genetics, gynaecology, andrology, endocrinology, and primary care are just a few of the medical fields that have some overlap. Sexual medicine, on the other hand, differs from reproductive medicine in that it deals with disorders of the sexual organs or psyche as they relate to sexual pleasure, mental health, and well-being, whereas reproductive medicine deals with organs that affect reproductive capacity.