Erectile Disorder - it to occur – Squeeze Technique • Method for inhibiting ejaculation by compressing the tip of the penis Sexual Pain

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Erectile Disorder Inability to maintain an erection for lovemaking and intercourse Once known as impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction Psychogenic: Having psychological and not physical causes Treatment Methods Sensate Focus: Type of therapy that directs attention to natural sensations of pleasure and also builds communication skills Viagra: Works for 70–80 percent of men with Erectile Disorder Orgasmic Disorders Female Orgasmic Disorder: Persistent inability to reach orgasm during lovemaking The woman may reach orgasm during masturbation, however Premature Ejaculation: Ejaculation that persistently occurs before the male and his partner want
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Unformatted text preview: it to occur – Squeeze Technique: • Method for inhibiting ejaculation by compressing the tip of the penis Sexual Pain Disorders • Dyspareunia: – Genital pain before, during or after intercourse – Rare in males • Vaginismus: – Muscle spasms of the vagina making penetration by the penis difficult, painful, or impossible – Use progressive relaxation for treatment Sexual Satisfaction (McCarthy, 1995) • Elements necessary for a continuing healthy sexual relationship – Sexual anticipation – Valuing one’s sexuality – Feeling that you deserve sexual pleasure – Valuing intimacy...
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY ps 101 taught by Professor - during the Spring '10 term at Montgomery.

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Erectile Disorder - it to occur – Squeeze Technique • Method for inhibiting ejaculation by compressing the tip of the penis Sexual Pain

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