All about sexual dysfunction
Sexual sensation in the body of the dog can be compared to a cycle. A cycle that consists of these parts: arousal, stimulation, peak of sexual pleasure, subsidence. Sexual dysfunction is a state in which a person’s body is disturbed in one of the parts of this cycle. Sometimes, several stages of this cycle may be disturbed.
Sexual dysfunction can be broadly defined as a persistent deficit in sexual desire or response that causes interpersonal problems or personal distress. Sometimes these inefficiencies are independent of other psychological disorders or physical diseases, and sometimes they are caused by organic factors, in which case the diagnosis of sexual inefficiencies is not given.
Experiences and attitudes resulting from factors such as upbringing, personality factors, lack of awareness, or being sexually abused at a young age make a person susceptible to sexual dysfunction. Among other causes of this phenomenon, we can mention conflict with spouse, infidelity, age-related biological changes, depression, or accidental disability due to excessive fatigue, mental pressure, anxiety, or alcohol consumption.
Dysfunction may be perpetuated by expectations of impotence, spousal reactivity, poor verbal communication, and limited sexual skills. Due to the wide range of factors that contribute to sexual dysfunctions, clinical professionals must carefully examine and explore many aspects of sexual activity.
Types of sexual dysfunction
1. Sexual desire disorders: lack of sexual fantasy or the desire to have sex continuously or repeatedly; which is associated with significant interpersonal distress and problems.
2. Sexual arousal disorders: continuous or recurring avoidance and excessive avoidance of intimacy with a sexual partner; doer; which is associated with significant interpersonal distress and problems.
3. Disorders of peak sexual pleasure: in women, delay in reaching or not reaching the peak of sexual pleasure following continuous or recurring sexual stimulation. In men, (a) fast or premature ejaculation, (b) man’s difficulty in reaching the peak of sexual pleasure or delay in reaching it. These disorders cause considerable distress and interpersonal problems.
Information needed to diagnose and treat sexual dysfunction
1. The nature of dysfunction (for example, unwillingness to have sex, inability to reach the peak of sexual pleasure).
2. When did the sexual problem occur for the first time (how long ago? In what situation?).
3. How often does a person face this problem (with every sexual partner? Frequently or occasionally?).
4. The course of inefficiency (was it acute or gradual?)
5. From the patient’s point of view, what is the cause of the problem? (For example, the problem may be due to my age).
6. What actions have the patient and his sexual partner taken to correct the dysfunction and what were the results of their actions.
7 February 1392 11:53
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