Unmet Needs and Psychosexual Concerns
Patients with psychosexual concerns may never address their unmet psychosexual needs [1, 2, 3] (Level 2a/2b, recommendation B). Additionally, it means, they experience barriers to asking for help, due to erectile dysfunction being viewed as a ‘taboo’ subject . O’Brien et al.,  is a moderate paper according to  with small numbers (n = 35) and no specific details about how many patients responded it highlights unmet psychosexual needs (Recommendation B) . Additionally, no further statistics are used to analyse the results, which does not contribute to strengthening the paper significantly. The overall lesson from O’Brien et al.  are there is a barrier to psychosexual care.