SEXUAL PROBLEM OVERVIEW
Sexual difficulties may begin early in a person’s life, or they may develop after an individual has previously experienced enjoyable and satisfying sex. A problem may develop gradually over time, or may occur suddenly as a total or partial inability to participate in one or more stages of the sexual act. The causes of sexual difficulties can be physical, psychological, or both.Sexual problems are defined as difficulty during any stage (desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution) of the sexual act, which prevents the individual or couple from enjoying sexual activity. Emotional factors affecting sex include both interpersonal problems and psychological problems within the individual. Interpersonal problems include marital or relationship problems, or lack of trust and open communication between partners. Personal psychological problems include depression, sexual fears or guilt, or past sexual harm.
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- Injuries to the back
- An enlarged prostate gland
- Disease (diabetic neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, tumors, and, rarely, tertiary syphilis)
- Drugs, such as alcohol, nicotine, narcotics, stimulants, antihypertensives (medicines that lower blood pressure), antihistamines, and some psychotherapeutic drugs (used to treat psychological problems such as depression)
- Endocrine disorders (thyroid, pituitary, or adrenal gland problems)
- Failure of various organs (such as the heart and lungs)
- Hormonal deficiencies (low testosterone, estrogen, or androgens)
- Nerve damage (as in spinal cord injuries)
Orgasm disorders are a persistent delay or absence of orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase. The disorder occurs in both women and men.
Male Orgasm disorder may be defined as a persistent or recurrent inability to achieve orgasm despite lengthy sexual contact or while participating in sexual intercourse.
Women orgasmic disorder is the absence of persistent or recurrent delay in orgasm after normal sexual excitement phase.
If this sounds like something you may have, then the best advice is to seek the help of a medical professional such as doctor or a sex therapist. They are often the best people to know if this is what is happening to you, and what you can do about it. You don’t have to live your life without orgasms.
Sexual pain disorders affect women almost exclusively, and are known as dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and vaginismus (an involuntary spasm of the muscles of the vaginal wall, which interferes with intercourse). Dyspareunia may be caused by insufficient lubrication (vaginal dryness) in women. There may also be abnormalities in the pelvis or the ovaries that can cause pain with intercourse. Vulvar pain disorders can also cause dyspareunia and inability to have intercourse due to pain.
Poor lubrication may result from insufficient excitement and stimulation, or from hormonal changes caused by menopause or breast-feeding. Irritation from contraceptive creams and foams may also cause dryness, as can fear and anxiety about sex.
It is unclear exactly what causes vaginismus, but it is thought that past sexual trauma such as rape or abuse may play a role. Another female sexual pain disorder is called vulvodynia or vulvar vestibulitis. In this condition, women experience burning pain during sex which may be related to problems with the skin in the vulvar and vaginal areas. The cause is unknown.
IN MEN :
- Inability to control timing of ejaculation
- Inability to get an erection
- Delay or absence of ejaculation
- Inability to keep an erection adequately for intercourse
IN WOMEN :
- Burning pain on the vulva or in the vagina with contact to those areas
- Inability to reach orgasm
- Inability to relax vaginal muscles enough to allow intercourse
- Low libido due to physical/hormonal problems, psychological problems, or relationship problems
IN MEN OR WOMEN :
- Inability to feel aroused
- Lack of interest in sex (loss of libido)
- Pain with intercourse (much less common in men than women)
Treatment for sexual problems depends on what is causing the problem. There may be one or more issues causing the problems. Many sexual problems can be worked out after you know the cause or causes.
Sex involves emotional, physical, and relationship issues. Ideally, you and your partner will also be able to talk openly about sexual concerns. Treatment may include treating health problems, getting communication counseling, and learning about things you can practice at home. For example, you might take a warm bath to relax, have plenty of foreplay before sex, or try different positions during sex.
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