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Sexual dysfunctions

Sexual disorders occur in a high percentage of the population, almost half, and cause much personal suffering, despite this and for cultural reasons are accustomed to hide.

Most sexual disorders are usually caused by psychological problems or are due to factors. Many times the sexual problem is a direct consequence of a couple’s relationship problems.

Male sexual dysfunctions

Erectile dysfunction

Commonly known as impotence, the persistent inability toachieve and maintain an erection sufficientto allow satisfactory sexual intercourse.

Premature Ejaculation

Premature Ejaculation is the inability to voluntarily control the ejaculatory reflex, ejaculation occurs without being able to achieve control.

Inhibited sexual desire

Inhibited sexual desire: Inhibited sexual desire, also called “sexual apathy”, ”lack of sexual desire” refers to people who do not have a sexual appetite, are not attracted to sex, and are not attracted to the possibility of engaging in general sexual relationships or behaviors.

Sexual addiction

The central point of a sex addiction is an exacerbated and growing sexual urge to achieve sexual satisfaction. Sexuality occupies most of the time of the affected person’s daily life. Thus, the addict seeks more and more sexual satisfaction.

Female Sexual Dysfunctions

Anorgasmia

Anorgasmia or lack of orgasm is the recurrent and persistent inhibition of orgasm, manifested by its absence after a phase of normal excitement and produced through a stimulation that can be considered adequate in intensity, duration and type.

Vaginal Pain

There are two disorders related to pain: vaginismus, an involuntary spasm of the muscles surrounding the entrance of the vagina making penetration and dyspareunia impossible, the onset of pain during penetration, either at the beginning, along the development or at the end of it.

Inhibited sexual desire

Inhibited sexual desire, also called “sexual apathy”, ”lack of sexual desire” refers to people who do not have a sexual appetite, are not attracted to sex, and are not attracted to the possibility of engaging in general sexual relationships or behaviors.

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