CHFD 4870 Chapter 14

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/12/11 Chapter 14: Sexual Difficulties and Solutions
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2/12/11 Activity 43% of women report some type of sexual dysfunction 32% 18-29 year old women report lack of interest in sex* 14% 18-29 year old men report lack of interest in sex * 26% 18-29 year old women report not achieving orgasm* 1 in 5 men older than 20 years experience ED
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2/12/11 Sexual Health Definition: “a state of physical, emotional, mental, and sexual well-being related to sexuality” Sexual problems are quite common 43% of women report some type of sexual dysfunction Even if there are problems, it might not be distressful It can be related to overall well-being It is important to remember that sexual satisfaction is a subjective perception
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2/12/11 Specific Sexual Difficulties We will cover issues that deal with: Desire Excitement Orgasm Pain during intercourse There can be overlap within these different problems It can be hard to figure out if a problem is “normal” or a “disorder” To accurately be considered a sexual disorder: a difficulty must occur in the context of adequate
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2/12/11 Duration & Focus Sexual problems can vary in duration Lifelong sexual disorder : specific difficulty that can occur throughout life acquired sexual disorder : a specific difficulty that can be acquired at a specific time And vary in focus Generalized type : experiencing the problem in all situations with all partners Situational type : experiencing the problem in specific situations or with specific partners
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2/12/11 Desire-Phase Difficulties Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) Absence or minimal experience of sexual thoughts, fantasies, and interest prior to sexual activity, as well as a lack of sexual desire during the sexual experience. Desire Discrepancy Discrepancies in preferences of frequency, type, and timing of sexual activities between partners. The preferences might not be a sexual problem but can become a problem if it causes conflict Sexual Aversion Disorder Extreme and irrational fear of sexual activity
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2/12/11 Excitement-Phase Difficulties When physiological arousal, erotic sensation, or subjective feeling of being
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course CHFD 4870 taught by Professor Burwell during the Fall '10 term at UGA.

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