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Male Sexual DysfunctionsErectile dysfunction or impotence is the most talked about sexual dysfunctions. However, men can face a whole range of sexual dysfunctions. These can broadly be classified as erectile difficultly, ejaculation issues, loss of sexual desire. Erectile dysfunction is commonly linked to diabetes and a predictor of heart disease. Erectile dysfunction treatment or ed treatment is available.
Erectile Dysfunction.Erectile dysfunction affects one in five men and increases significantly with age. When men are tired, stressed or drink too much alcohol they may be unable to maintain an erection. An incidence of erectile failure can become persistent due to anxiety and fear. Erectile dysfunction is also common with health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
Premature Ejaculation.Ejaculatory difficulties can be divided into three main groups. Rapid ejaculation problems are when you ejaculate too soon. Delayed ejaculation is when it takes longer than you would like to ejaculate. Anejaculation is a failure to ejaculate. Psychosexual therapy or sexual counselling can help with improving satisfaction with ejaculation function.
Inhibited desire.It is important to keep in mind that the different categories often overlap. For example, many men who have trouble getting an erection will develop a loss of desire. This can be in response to anxiety and embarrassment caused by erectile failure. Inhibited desire is a lack of spontaneous sexual thoughts and fantasies to sexual activities.
Female Sexual DysfunctionsWomen have reported increasing sexual difficulties in recent years. Sexual difficulties experienced by women can be classified under four broad categories. These are a lack of sexual desire, arousal difficulties, lack of orgasm and painful sex.