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Some psychological disorders that could cause a person to be sexually unsatisfied are:
- Bi-polar disorder
- States of extreme fear
Common sexual dysfunctions:
- Hypoactive desire disorder
- Hyperactive sexual disorder (high sex drive)
- Sexual aversion disorder
- Lack of lubrication (females)
- Impotence (male erectile disorder)
- Premature ejaculation (men)
- Vaginismuss (prolonged contractions of the vaginal wall/ painful intercourse)
- Failure to orgasm during sex
Sexual Dysfunctions can vary from person to person. Some sexual Dysfunctions are Erectile Dysfunction (ED), premature or delayed ejaculation in men, and problems with sexual desire (libido) and response. Men over the age of 35 are at a higher risk for Erectile Dysfunction, although ED does not have to be a part of your life. The causes may be psychological, physical, or both.
Sexual dysfunction refers to any condition that inhibits someone’s ability to engage in and enjoy sex.
Premature Ejaculation: Ejaculation is the release of semen from the body. Premature ejaculation (PE) is when ejaculation happens sooner than a man or his partner would like during sex. Occasional PE is also known as rapid ejaculation, premature climax or early ejaculation. PE might not be a cause for worry. It can be frustrating if it makes sex less enjoyable and impacts relationships. But it happens often and causes problems, your health care provider can help.
Anxiety Issues: Having an anxiety disorder can cause people to develop sexual dysfunction9. The reverse is also true that people with sexual disorders become more anxious10. Men who experience premature ejaculation or inhibited sexual enjoyment are up to 2.5 times more likely to have an anxiety disorder that those who do not have these problems.
Different Types of Sexual Dysfunction:
1. Desire Disorders: Hypoactive sexual desire disorder is the persistent or recurrent deficiency or absence of sexual fantasies (dreams, fantasy persons, celebrities), sexual thoughts, desire for sexual activity or receptivity to sexual activity that causes either marked distress or interpersonal difficulty and cannot be explained by other factors such as psychiatric illness, medical illness or medications.
2. Arousal Disorders: Sexual arousal disorders involve a lack of response to sexual stimulation—mental or emotional (subjective), physical (such as swelling, tingling, or throbbing in the genital area or vaginal wetness), or both.
3. Orgasm Disorders: Orgasmic dysfunction is a condition that occurs when someone has difficulty reaching orgasm. This difficulty occurs even when they’re sexually aroused and there’s sufficient sexual stimulation. When this condition occurs in women, it’s known as female orgasmic dysfunction. Men can also experience orgasmic dysfunction, but this is much less common.
4. Pain Disorders: Sexual pain disorders, for which women commonly present to the primary care provider, may impair sexual and interpersonal functioning and emotional quality of life. Numerous anatomical, physiological, endocrine, and psychosocial mechanisms may cause or exacerbate coital pain, making diagnosis challenging; treatment may require an integration of medical, surgical, and physical therapy, as well as cognitive behavioral interventions.