PSY 265 Week 3-Checkpoint - Sexual Dysfunction

PSY 265 Week 3-Checkpoint - Sexual Dysfunction - Sexual...

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Sexual Dysfunction Based on the human sexual response, we can distinguish the following categories of sexual disorders of psychological origin: disorders of sexual desire, sexual arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder and sexual pain disorder. In the orgasmic disorder, we can find a very common problem that male population as well the female population; this problem is premature ejaculation or rapid female orgasm. Premature Ejaculation : this problem is defined as a lack of control over ejaculation to occur before penetration or a few seconds later. It is one of the most frequently observed, between 30% - 40% of the general male population (Read S, King M, & Watson J,). Premature Ejaculation is caused primarily by psychological factors such as anxiety, lack of information and lack of sensory awareness. The person does not perceived clearly the sensations prior to orgasm, which it can be motivated by an intense excitement, for an early
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  • Fall '09
  • AxiaCollege
  • Sexual intercourse, Sexual arousal, sexual arousal disorder, Orgasm, Premature ejaculation, rapid female orgasm

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