Due to the persistence of the symptoms, valproate was added but was later changed to carbamazepine as the patient developed increased confusion and diarrhea. Although inappropriate sexual behavior in older adults with dementia is not widespread, it can be problematic for health care providers, patients, and caregivers. J had moved in with his daughter because caregivers refused to care for Mr. When initiating medical treatment for ISB in elderly patients with dementia, carefully consider the potential medication side effects, drug-drug interactions, and drug-disease interactions. Antipsychotics, which are possibly used for their dopamine antagonist effect,19 may be controversial because of their black-box warnings related to increased mortality in patients with dementia. Improvement in organically disturbed behavior with trazodone treatment. Hormonal agents such as cyproterone acetate, medroxyprogesterone acetate MPA , diethylstilbestrol, and gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogues, reduce testosterone with the hope that sexual function and therefore ISB will be reduced.
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It was suggested that his family and caregivers try to redirect him from the sexual behaviors and then return for follow-up. The problem with "problem behaviors": One month later, with a report of worsening symptoms, the atypical antipsychotic quetiapine SSRIs are sometimes used because of their side effect profile of causing decreased libido10,20 and may be advantageous in patients with comorbid depression and anxiety. Recommendations for such interventions include redirection, same-sex caregivers, clothing that closes or fastens in the back, and patient and caregiver counseling and education. Four weeks later, with no improvement in symptoms, Mr. Following are details of a case of sexually inappropriate behavior in an elderly patient with dementia.
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J had previously lived with his wife of 50 years who had died two months prior. Sexual Incidents Sexual incidents can be categorized as sexual talk, such as the use of foul language, describing previous sexual acts, or suggesting sexual encounters; sexual acts such as public masturbation, exposing genitalia, touching others' breasts, buttocks, thighs, or genitalia; and implied sexual acts such as requesting unnecessary genital care or openly reading pornography. The citalopram was discontinued; paroxetine 10 mg daily and an H2 blocker, cimetidine mg twice daily, were initiated in combination. Individuals with dementia lack awareness of their surroundings, and if some of these behaviors occurred in private they would be more acceptable, therefore making these behaviors difficult to classify. SSRIs are sometimes used because of their side effect profile of causing decreased libido10,20 and may be advantageous in patients with comorbid depression and anxiety. Pharmacologic management presents a challenge because there is no official treatment guideline for ISB in elderly patients with dementia. Recommendations for such interventions include redirection, same-sex caregivers, clothing that closes or fastens in the back, and patient and caregiver counseling and education.
Description:His family noted the persistence of sexually inappropriate talk, but there were no physical attempts to engage in sexual behavior. Overview Census data have demonstrated that the number of elderly individuals aged 65 and older will double between and At a previous visit he had reported that he and his wife were no longer sexually active. Future studies on the management of ISB in elderly patients with dementia are needed. Due to the persistence of the symptoms, valproate was added but was later changed to carbamazepine as the patient developed increased confusion and diarrhea.