Sexual Dysfunction

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Sexual Disorders
Classification and external resources
ICD10 F52
ICD9 302.7
MeSH D020018

Sexual dysfunction or sexual malfunction (see also sexual function) refers to a difficulty experienced by an individual or a couple during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including desirearousal or orgasm.

To maximize the benefits of medications and behavioural techniques in the management of sexual dysfunction it is important to have a comprehensive approach to the problem,[1] A thorough sexual history and assessment of general health and other sexual problems (if any) are very important. Assessing (performance) anxietyguilt (associated with masturbation[2] in many Indian men), stress and worry are integral to the optimal management of sexual dysfunction. When a sexual problem is managed inappropriately or sub-optimally, it is very likely that the condition will subside immediately but re-emerge after a while[citation needed]. When this cycle continues, it strongly reinforces failure that eventually make clients not to access any help and suffer it all their life. So, it is important to get a thorough assessment from professionals and therapists who are qualified to manage sexual problems[citation needed]. Internet-based information is good for gaining knowledge about sexual functioning and sexual problem but not for self-diagnosis and/or self-management.

 

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