Sexual dysfunction

  • Disorders of desire: decreased or absent sexual desire, sexual fantasy, or sexual thoughts
    • Aversion: anxiety or repudiation of the sexual act
  • Disorders of arousal: reduction or absence of psychological or physiological responses that prepare the body for sexual intercourse
    • Persistent Excitation: unwanted genital response in the absence of desire
    • Erectile Dysfunction: consistent or recurrent inability to maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse that lasts for more than 3 months
    • Premature ejaculation: ejaculation occurs always, or almost always, sooner than desired, before or soon after penetration. Inability to delay ejaculation causing frustration and so that there is an aversion to sexual intercourse
    • Non- ejaculation: absence of ejaculation during orgasm
  • Orgasm dysfunction: diminution or absence of orgasm, decreased the intensity of orgasms, difficulty reaching orgasm
  • Dyspareunia : Pain during intercourse