Sexual Dysfunction

A personal can experience a difficulty of Sexual dysfunction at stage of normal sexual behavior, including pleasure, desire, preference, excitement or orgasm. According to DSM-5, sexual problems requires an individual to feel severe distress and interpersonal strain for a minimum of six months (excluding substance or drug-induced sexual dysfunction). Erectile dysfunction can have a profound impact on the perceived quality of sexual life of an individual. The term sexual disorder may not only refer to physical sexual dysfunction, but also to mental disorder; it is sometimes referred to as sexual preference disorder. Extensive sexual history and evaluation of general health and other sexual dysfunction (if any) are very important. The assessment of performance anxiety, guilt, stress and worry is an integral part of the optimal management of sexual dysfunction. Many of the erectile dysfunction that are described are focused on the human sexual reaction process proposed by William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, and then updated by Helen Singer Kaplan.



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