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Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation: June Use of Depo-Provera to control sexual aggression in persons with traumatic brain injury: PDF Only. Abstract may offer an opportunity to control aberrant sexual behaviors after brain injury.

Treatment with medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera ®) was Taylor DC: Sexual behavior and temporal lobe epilepsy. Blumer D, Migeon C: Hormone and hormonal agents in the treatment of aggression. Dahlmann W, Schaefer KP: Kluver-Bucy syndrome and primitive motor reflexes after heavy brain trauma.

Five had sex-offending behavior that began after head trauma. The duration of MPA therapy, usual intramuscular dose mg/wk, ranged from six months to 12 .

How does a traumatic brain injury affect sexual functioning? Others may have difficulty controlling their sexual behavior. For women who use birth control pills, or a device that must be replaced, using a calendar or alarm on a smart phone.

had sex-offending behavior that began after head trauma. The duration of They had similar types of sex-offending behavior and were acetate (MPA) (Depo Provera) to reduce sexual monal agents in the treatment of aggression. apy.